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THREE RESTAURANTS RECOGNIZED BY HUMANE FARM ANIMAL CARE

THREE RESTAURANTS RECOGNIZED BY HUMANE FARM ANIMAL CARE May 28th, 2009 (Herndon, VA, U.S.A., May 28, 2009) – Humane Farm Animal Care (HFAC), the leading non-profit certification organization improving the lives of farm animals in food production, announced today that it recognized Girasole Restaurant (The Plains, VA), Mala Ocean Tavern (Maui, HI), and Ono Gelato […]

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Congratulations to Gerard’s

We wanted to Congratulate Gerard’s Restaurant for their recent rating in the Zagats guide. They were rate Maui’s Best Retaurant in the 2009 Hawaii Edition of the Zagat’s guide. Their fabulous French food eaned a 28 out of 30 points, the only one on Maui.

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Adopt a Goat

Yes, believe it or not you can actually adopt a goat on our farm. You can pick one of them out and give it a name and we do all the work to take care of it. Here are pictures of the 2 adopted goats we have on the farm right now. The larger one […]

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Sunset Magazine Favorite Goat Cheeses

Surfing Goat Dairy Why: Because who knew goats could surf? Just kidding. The cute Ping Pong Ball cheeses from this small, family-owned dairy on the slopes of Maui’s Haleakala crater had the creamiest texture of any goat cheese we tasted, with a balanced, mild hint of garlic.

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Blog Post from Traveling Mamas

Surfing Goat Dairy was a delightful surprise. At first we thought we just driving through a neighborhood when a long drive of palm trees appeared with a well-manicured entrance. We walked around the to the outdoor café with its funky surf architecture. The place just had a cool vibe. Tours are available and visitors can […]

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Blog post from Butter Flavored Topping

The Surfing Goat Dairy is a fun little diversion. It was founded by two German expatriates (seriously, what is it about Maui that attracts the Europeans?), but we were toured around by a kindly, portly, limping Polynesian lady wearing a muumuu. She reminded me of the cafe owner in 50 First Dates. Hopefully, no one […]

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Inaugural Cheese, The Tropics by CheeseandChampagne

Though Colleen introduced us (and, hopefully, the president-elect, whom I’m sure is reading this blog) to some fabulous cheeses local to Washington, D.C., we can’t overlook the cheesy offerings of Obama’s home state of Hawaii. Hawaii may not be the first state that comes to mind when you think about cheese, but there are two […]

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2009 Edible Magazine’s Local Heroes Awards

Congratulations to the following for their winning the 2009 Local Hero Awards hosted by Edible Magazine. Farm / Farmer: Ma’o Organic Farms Farm to Table Restaurant: Chef Alan Wong Farm Series DinnersChef / Restaurant: Chef Jim Moffat • BarAcuda Restaurant Food Artisan: Ono Gelato Company Beverage Artisan: Indulge Hawai’i Plantation Iced Tea Non-Profit: The Kohala […]

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Blog Post from Squirrel Squad Squeeks

 Our final tourist activity in Maui took us far away from the white sand beaches. Well, as far away as you can really be from the beach when you’re on a relatively small island. We had considered driving the Road to Hana (3 hours to drive 52 sea cliff-hugging miles) or driving up to the […]

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Blog Post by Malia Yosh

Once upon a lazy Saturday afternoon, two girls and their mothers decided to go on a drive upcountry. their paths converged at the surfing goat dairy on Omaopio road. One mother-daughter pair decided to get silly: while the other pair was more interested in sampling the award-winning cheeses and getting to know the farm animals, […]

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