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It’s Time For Chef Alan Wong’s Hawaiian Weekend


 It’s Time For Chef Alan Wong’s Hawaiian Weekend which will take place outside of Hawaii in Vermont. It certainly will be a treat for all who are able to attend this great food event, and here’s a little words from the chef himself  “In this way, we embrace “Taste Hawaii” ar every level – the ingrdients we use, the dishes we prepare, the relationships we build and the serivce we bring. And, we look forward to shraing all of this with you!”

Hawaiian Chef Alan Wong

Twin Farms, an all-inclusive resort located on 300 acres of meadows and woodlands in Vermont, is devoting an entire weekend this month to Hawaii Chef Alan Wong.

“Chef Alan Wong Weekend” is being held in honor of Twin Farms’ 20th anniversary and the Hawaii roots of its owner, Thurston Twigg-Smith, former owner and publisher of the Honolulu Advertiser.

It’s Time For Chef Alan Wong’s Hawaiian Weekend

Twigg-Smith, who sold the newspaper to Gannett Co. Inc. (NYSE: GCI) in 1993 for $250 million, bought the Twin Farms property as a second home for his family in 1974, and later turned it into a bed and breakfast.

“Chef Alan Wong Weekend” will be held Aug. 23-25, with a number of events including a welcome reception for Wong and a signing of his book “The Blue Tomato: The Inspirations Behind the Cuisine of Alan Wong.”

Guests will be given complimentary copies of the book, which retails for $40. It’s a nice touch, considering Twin Farms’ rates for the weekend start at $1,650 for a room once occupied by novelist Sinclair Lewis. More expensive rooms cost as much as $3,650 per night.

It’s Time For Chef Alan Wong’s Hawaiian Weekend and if I could to fly to Vermont I would be the first in line with plate and knife in hand…

~~Aloha Nui Loa


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