Aloha Friday Picks: Visit Baby Goats, Make Chex Mix or Join a Virtual Home Show
Get outside or stay in with these three weekend ideas.
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The one good thing to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic? A lot of events are now virtual; meaning we can attend workshops, take classes or even join a virtual home show without leaving home. Here are three things we’re doing this weekend.
Visit a Goat Farm in Waialua
Not only can you pick up artisan cheese and goat milk products—even soap!—at this farmstand creamery on Oʻahu’s North Shore, but you can also visit the farm’s adorable baby goats. Sold yet? Open to the public from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. 65-1031 A Kaukonahua Road, Waialua, facebook.com/sweetlandfarmhawaii.
Join the BIA-Hawaiʻi Virtual Home Show
Make (and Eat) Furikake Chex Mix
Whip up this popular Hawaiʻi snack, a more savory take on the usual sweet Chex Mix. This recipe calls for soy sauce (or shoyu, as we call it in the Islands) and furikake, a dry Japanese seasoning consisting of seaweed. Get the recipe here.