It’s kau kau time! In Hawaii, kau kau (pronounced cow-cow) means to eat or food in pidgin slang. As soon as our first Kau Kau box was delivered, we dug right in – see our first box, here! Today, we received our second box and we’re excited to share what’s inside!
WHAT IS A KAU KAU BOX?
Kau Kau Box provides a variety of fresh, local ingredients from farmers, fishermen, and chefs on Oahu. Each box consists of chef-prepared meats, starches, and desserts, freshly baked bread, seafood: day of boat-fish from local fishermen, fresh produce from local farms, and a dozen local eggs. Every week, they offer new items on the menu (the menu is available on their website). For $135 per box, there is enough food for at least eight meals!
FREE PICK-UP OPTION:
Pick up the Kau Kau Box at our hub every Thursday between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. at John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM)
651 Ilalo St, Honolulu, HI 96813
DELIVERY ($15 FEE) OPTION:
Their friendly hospitality professionals will call you prior to their arrival. Please note that you MUST be home in order to receive your delivery. The hospitality professional will drop off your Kau Kau Box at your door. Refrigerate perishable items immediately. They deliver to the entire island of Oahu.
1pm – 3pm: North Shore, Central & Leeward
3pm – 5pm: Windward
5pm – 7pm: Honolulu
WHAT IS INSIDE A KAU KAU BOX
See what is inside our Kau Kau Box for April 30th!
PREPARED FOODS (Vacuum packed – just need to heat up)
Meats: Vietnamese style lemongrass pork chops / Ginger garlic chicken
Starch: Mashed Okinawan sweet potatoes / Coconut polenta
Soup: Seafood curry
Dessert: Lilikoi panna cotta
Bread: Roasted garlic ciabatta
Produce: Aloun Farms Fruits and Vegetables
Uncooked Starch: Fresh gnocchi
Fresh Fish: Fresh Day Boat Fish
Eggs: 1 Dozen Local Eggs from Eggs Hawaii
Mother’s Day is right around the corner and they have the perfect box which includes a dozen roses! Since we’re not able to celebrate Mother’s Day in person with loved ones, the best way to celebrate is by gifting them with a Kau Kau box of their own. Visit here to see the menu and how to order!