Maui Food and Dining

The Traveling Plate Offers Interactive Experience

August 16, 2018, 9:49 AM HST
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The Traveling Plate, a statewide culinary tour to celebrate Easterseals’ legacy in the Hawaiian Islands, kicked off their third year of events this summer. On Sunday, Aug. 26, Maui will host the final stop on this statewide tour at Sugar Beach Events in Kīhei with Traveling Plate “In the Kitchen.”

Attendees can learn firsthand the skills that make a top chef at this unique interactive “cooking class” where guests will work side-by-side Maui’s favorite chefs as they help craft a locally-sourced dish. Guests will travel from chef station to chef station, learning skills and assisting with the creation of each dish. While the chefs put the final touch on their dishes guests will then enjoy a mixology demonstration.

For those who opt not to get interactive and only want to join as “taste testers,” there will be a limited amount of “Taster” tickets that will include arrival at 5 p.m. for the Mixology Demo and entry to the reception.

“In The Kitchen”- Chef-Driven Cooking Class, Mixology Demo & Reception
3 p.m.-7:30 p.m. (all supplies will be provided)
$95

Mixology Demo and Reception only
5 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
$75

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Participating Chefs & Featured Dishes –

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Executive Chef Lee Anderson of Sugar Beach Events:  Seared Scallop with Olowalu Tomato Jam & Thai Style Red Quinoa

Executive Chef Chris Damskey of Montage Kapalua Bay:  Coconut Shrimp Satay with sweet and sour chili sauce

Executive Chef Eric Morrissette of Fleetwood’s on Front St.:  Fresh Chelsea Gem Oyster, Lobster Ceviche, Cilantro, Spearmint Oil

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Chef de Cuisine Taylor Ponte of The Mill House:  Taro Leaf Arancini, Bone Marrow Creme Fraiche, Pickled Shallots

Private Chef Bella Toland:  Thai Beef Salad

In addition to the launch events on each island, participating restaurants will offer a menu item at their establishments, highlighting a locally-sourced ingredient throughout the month of August; a portion of proceeds will be donated directly to Easterseals Hawai‘i.  For a full list of restaurants and menu items for Maui, visit the Traveling Plate website.  Restaurant Ambassadors + menu items for Maui and other participating islands visit TravelingPlateHI.com

Easterseals is proud to partner with the culinary world to celebrate their legacy of over 70 years of making a profound positive difference in people’s lives everyday. Easterseals Hawaii is committed to improving the lives of individuals challenged by autism, developmental disabilities and special needs.

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