Aloha Hawaii Fishing and Seafood Festival Vendors and Participants –
The Pacific Islands Fisheries Group would like to thank you again for helping to make the Hawaii Fishing and Seafood Festival one of Hawaii premier community events in the State. This could never have been accomplished without the support and participation from vendors and event-goers like you!
Due to a number of unfortunate circumstances, this year’s Hawaii Fishing and Seafood Festival (2014) will not be held. Perhaps if circumstance improve in 2015, the festival will return even bigger and better.
Again, MAHALO for your support and understanding. A HUI HOU!
A Recap of the 2013 Hawaii Fishing & Seafood Week:
The 2013 Hawaii Fishing and Seafood Week was packed full of great events for the community. The week culminated with the Hawaii Fishing and Seafood Festival on Sunday, Oct 13, 2013.
2013 Hawaii Fishing and Seafood Week events:
Keiki Art Contest
Fishing For Hawaii’s Hungry (a benefit tournament for IHS) – October 5-6
Sea-To-Me Tasting Event – Saturday, October 5
Hawaii Fishing and Seafood Festival – Sunday, October 13
Recap of the 2013 Fishing For Hawaii’s Hungry:
The PIFG in partnership with the Institute for Human Services (IHS), have embarked on a project called “Fishing For Hawaii’s Hungry” prior to kick-off the 8th Annual Hawaii Fishing & Seafood on October 5-6. All participants donated their catch at POP Fishing & Marine (Pier 38) on Sunday, October 6, 2013. PIFG delivered the fish to IHS, so they could prepare meals for hundreds of people, families and Keiki.
Recap of the 2013 Sea-To-Me Tasting Event (Saturday, October 5):
Thank you to everyone who made this event a success!! In case you missed it, check out the amazing dishes served. See everyone at the Hawaii Fishing & Seafood Festival on Sunday Oct 13!
Featured Chefs included:
Alan Wong, Alan Wong’s Restaurants
William Chen, Chef, Sheraton Beachhouse Moana
Nico Chaize, Chef, Nico’s at Pier 38
Hideaki “Santa” Miyoshi, Tokkuri Tei Restaurant
Kenny Pumaras, Shelter Lodge
Elmer Guzman, The Poke Stop
Jacqueline Lau, Roy’s Restaurants
Jon Matsubara, Japengo at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki
Fred DeAngelo, Ola/Grove
Vikram Garg, Halekulani Hotel
Wade Ueoka, MW Restaurants
Tushar – Hokulani Bakeshop
Cynthia Pratt – Kapolei and Elaine Matsuo – Waipahu HS Culinary Programs – Desserts
Featured Activities included
Seafood tasting event featuring Hawaii’s localfresh seafood and produce
12 Live action seafood stations hosted by Hawaii’stop culinary chefs in partnership withHawaii
Community College culinary artstudents and instructors.
Oahu high school culinary instructors and students to host the event dessert stations and provide
Beverage stations: Wine, beer,soft drinks and coffee
Sea‐To‐Me Displays: From the Sea to the Plate: Highlighting the relationship between Hawaii’s fresh fish producers – Fishermen – and the products consumers purchase at grocery stores, poke shops and local restaurants (NEW)
Silent Auction (NEW)
Seafood Safety Informational Displays(NEW)