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November 2, 2020

Hawaii Food & Wine Festival's Virtual Keiki in the Kitchen #HFWF20


This year, for obvious reasons, Hawaii Food & Wine Festival had to re-invent their annual Keiki in the Kitchen event to become a virtual one, and I think it turned out really well!

Adam Richman was a fantastic host (he's so great with kids!), and it was fun seeing other celebrity chefs on screen to decorate cupcakes, along with a few hundred youngsters who joined in on the virtual fun - many of whom were wearing costumes!  Cupcake kits were made available to purchase for pick-up at local Foodland stores, and kids could still register for free (without having to purchase cupcake kits) to join in and watch the event.



Founder Denise Yamaguchi, along with Co-Charis Chef Alan Wong and Chef Roy Yamaguchi were also on the Zoom, along with Chef Michelle Karr-Ueoka, who, along with Chef Alan and Chef Roy, helped judge the Localicious Recipe Contest.  

Even though this event was made virtual due to the pandemic, I hope they keep the virtual aspect of this kid-friendly event, as I imagine it would be such a fun activity for when we are able to gather with a bigger group of friends, and it's just convenient for kids (or parents) who like to avoid crowds.

Thank you Hawaii Food & Wine Festival for such a fun event!


Tickets are still available for various events.  Click here for more information.



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