You can tell the weather is turning because the cauliflower heads are beginning to turn yellow, said Terry Phillips, who was picking up vegetables at the sunshine market Tuesday at the Historic County Building. Dane Oda was puppy-sitting in the car.
Cuihong Tu of Lin’s Farms (they go to farmers markets from the South Shore to Kilauea six days a week) had some of the cauliflower that Dan Fort said is a really good seller.
Dan said the modified hours (even saw Mary Daubert squeezing in some shopping) are working well because people don’t have that much time for shopping.
Uli‘i Castor of the Kauai Museum (go meet the multi-culture “Inu”) hasn’t figured out what lei she’s making for the May Day Lei Contest, which will be moved to the Kauai Marriott Resort and Spa this year.
Uli‘i is also trying to figure out how to make a lei for the Sheraton Kauai Resort’s nonprofit lei contest for the Hawaii Foodbank, Kauai Branch, which is due by 4:30 p.m. Monday. People vote during the lu‘au.