Liz Hahn made cookies because it was Ayyam-I-Ha, or Days of Ha or Intercalary Days, for the Baha‘i. She said the Baha‘i New Year is kind of like Malasada Tuesday because Ayyam-I-Ha ends on March 1, and on March 2, the Baha‘i New Year starts 19 days of fasting during the daytime. Mahalo for the cookie and the prayer.
Cindy Lin said she’s not a celebrity, even if Greg Askew had to give away her picture which was posted on the Ono Pops cooler. Her dad, Tiansheng Lin, was walking around with a laminated picture of Cindy savoring the Ono Pops.
They’ll be at the Kauai Culinary Market Wednesday, said Melissa McFerrin-Warrack. The Lin family has a table near the new Poipu Sol shoe store.
Johnny Gordines said it’s not too early to remind people that the Garden Fair is coming April 16 to the Kauai Community College (Melissa has application forms for people interested in being part of the big event) from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. He or Terry will be there taking orders for Mother’s Day tropical shipments.
Laurie Ho had to wait until the market was over to get all those bananas from Laurena Silva of Opu Road Nursery — that’s a lot of pasteles coming up.
Dennis Fujimoto, staff writer and photographer, can be reached at 245-0453 or firstname.lastname@example.org.