Liliko’i Butter-Making Workshop
Saturday, March 24, 2012 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Hawaii Kai Private Home
Would you like to learn to make Liliko’i (Passionfruit) Butter (also called curd)?
Liliko’i (Passion Fruit), Passiflora Edulis, is a vine species of the passion flower, known for it very strong and flavorful taste. Passion fruit is not widely available in stores, so most of the fruit comes from backyard gardens or wild groves. It can be found, however, in farmers’ markets throughout the islands. In Hawaii, the varieties are called yellow liliko’i and purple liliko’i and the fruit is normally eaten raw. We usually crack the rind of the passion fruit either with their hands or teeth and suck out the flavourful pulp and seeds. We often have an abundance of fruit from family, neighbors, and friends. Here is a chance to learn what to do with the liliko’i pulp.
In this workshop, you will learn how to prepare liliko’i butter from scratch using local liliko’i fruit pulp and all organic ingredients. We have already done the hard part for you … picking and storing the fruit. Join us at a private home in Hawaii Kai to learn the rest of the process. Participants will actively help with the butter-making and will receive a jar of liliko’i butter to take home at the end of the session.
Please RSVP by March 21 to Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in your RSVP your name, member status, phone or email and the name of any nonmember or member guests you would like to bring. THIS EVENT IS LIMITED TO 12 PEOPLE and tends to fill up fast, so please reply quickly if you know you would like to attend. The cost for members is $25 and nonmembers is $30 and payment must be received by the date of the event. Payment information, address and final details will be sent to all confirmed guests a few days prior to the event.