Sunday, June 26, 2022 |
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PUHI — Souper Bowl Sunday bowls can still be obtained through the week, but there won’t be any soup in them, said Susan Pittman of Clayworks at Kilohana.
Donations for the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank were a little below last year’s collection so Pittman said she will extend the sale of the bowls through this week.
As blustery winds and passing showers punctuated Sunday, patrons took time out to enjoy a bowl of Thai Spicy Roasted Local Eggplant with Coconut Milk soup prepared by the culinary department at 22 North at the Kilohana Estates.
Linn Ellingson, Pittman’s sister, said 22 North prepares vegetable soup because some of the diners who come to the event to help the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank are vegetarians.
Kelvin Moniz, the operations director for KIFB, and Kristen Collins, the KIFB assistant director, were at the Clayworks facility, early enough to receive the soup as it was delivered from 22 North.
“They always come early,” Ellingson said. “They are a big help, always greeting and thanking the diners.”
Moniz said he comes early because he has to leave early.
“I have to go all the way to Anahola,” he said. “And get there before the kickoff.”
Bowls are available for a $25 donation with checks made out to the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank. Pittman said 100 percent of the donation benefits the food bank.
For more information or to order a bowl, visit www.clayworksatkilohana.com or call 246-2529.
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