Sweet potato chili soup served up Souper Bowl Sunday

PUHI — Gaylord’s Executive Chef Megan Handke whips up one scrumptious bowl of sweet potato chili soup. And for whatever reason, it tastes even better when served in one of Clayworks at Kilohana’s hand-made ceramic soup bowls.

For a donation, patrons to the Souper Bowl Sunday event Feb. 3 received both. All proceeds from the annual charitable event benefit the Lihu‘e Lutheran Church and its Mobile Munchies program, helping to feed the hungry around the island.

Clayworks is at 3-2087 Kaumuali‘i Highway in Puhi and open Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Weekend and holiday hours are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For more information visit the website www.clayworksatkilohana.com.

1: Candee Forbes of San Luis Obispo, Calif. takes several orders of sweet potato chili soup to go.

2: Jason Lowles of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, dishes up during the Souper Bowl Sunday event at Clayworks at Kilohana.

3: Jim Case and Diane Yates of ‘Ele‘ele pick out their favorite ceramic bowls.

4: Wayne and Karen Lofsness of Apple Valley, Minn. sit down for their Souper Bowl Sunday lunch.

5: Kiran and Kalae Abrams of Princeville dig in.

6: Elizabeth Mares of Wailua

7: Judith White of Wailua

8: Bruce Labok

9: Elizabeth Mares of Wailua, Karen Kuhlmann and Peggy Carney of Hamilton, Ohio.

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