Food and wine at Ko Olina resort
Enjoy fine wine, meet winemakers and eat the fare of Food Network chef Anne Burrell and top local chefs at three events at the Hawaii Food and Wine Paradise at Ko Olina Resort on Friday and Saturday.
Tickets are $100 per event. Visit www.Hawaii WineandFood.com.
Learn to fix eats the island way
Get tips on preparing healthful local foods at a free workshop at Leeward YMCA.
The class runs 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. Tuesday at 94-440 Mokuola St. in Waipahu. Call 432-9220 or register there.
Lecture to cover local agriculture
Farmer Travis Overley will discuss how households can support local farmers, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at "Focus on Food: Solutions for Local Farmers and Families."
The free lecture is being held at Kahuku Public and School Library, at 56-490 Kamehameha Highway on the Kahuku High and Intermediate School campus. Call 293-8935.
Gluten-free food is subject of class
Explore the possibilities of gluten-free cuisine from around the world at Castle Medical Center.
Chef Rebecca Woodland will demonstrate how to prepare simple recipes based on a plant-based, whole-food diet.
The class runs at 6:30 p.m. next Wednesday in the Wellness Center auditorium. Cost is $15, $20 per couple and $10 seniors and students.
Register at least two days in advance. Call 263-5400 or visit www.castlemed.org.
Shop today and support ma‘o
There’s no better day to stock the pantry. Whole Foods Market Kahala will donate 5 percent of today’s sales to Ma‘o Organic Farms’ scholarship fund. The Waianae farm runs community and education programs that support social entrepreneurship and youth leadership. Starting at 7 p.m., chef Lindsey Ozawa and food writer Martha Cheng, co-owners of Melt food truck and past scholarship recipients, will hold cooking demos at the market. An added plus: The Thomas J. Vincent Foundation of Kaneohe will match the market’s donation.