Hawaii Mom Blog: KCC Farmers' Market




May 27, 2010

KCC Farmers' Market

I've heard so many great things about the KCC Farmers' Market, and a couple of Saturdays ago we finally had a chance to go.

We got there at about 9:00am and it was totally packed.

And hot.

We walked around and sampled some of the food, and even though it wasn't lunch time yet, seeing everyone walk around with their plates full of food made us all a bit hungry.

Of course I had to get my favorite farmers' market fare--North Shore Farms Pizza!

DH got Kalua Pork Sliders from one of the booths.

We decided to share the sliders and pizza with the boys since we all weren't that hungry.

Everything was delicious.

But we couldn't leave without getting dessert.

I went to a booth that was selling all kinds of sweets and ended up getting a cake-type bar and a cheesecake type bar.

They were both really yummy.

I did buy some fruit, and hopefully next time I can browse more (it's a little difficult with two fussy boys) and try more goodies!

The KCC Farmers' Market: Saturday - 7:30-11:00 am Kapiolani Community College, Diamond Head Campus, 4303 Diamond Head Road


  1. Did you read it's a hot spot for tourists and driving locals away? Why can they just coexists? I don't get why that would happen. But hey that's just me.

  2. I have never been there as it is rather far from where I live. The food looks great, though!


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