BBTB 2012 Live Auction Package: edible Hawaiian Islands’ “Sentenced to Feast” Dinner Party

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edible Hawaiian Islands’ “Sentenced to Feast”: Dinner Party Exclusive, 8 People

edible Hawaiian Islands "Sentenced to Feast" Dinner Party Auction Package to benefit Hawaiian Islands Land TrustYou are sentenced to a feast for the senses at this private dinner in the Old Jail at historic Ulupalakua Ranch. Your hosts, edible Hawaiian Islands magazine, will usher you through a localicious dining experience created by the dynamic Jana McMahon, celebrity private chef. With help from Whole Foods Market, the season’s best from Maui farms and ranches grace the plate in ways that will make your mouth water and heart sing. And sing it may! From the destination of your choice a limo will drive you and 7 of your friends up to Ulupalakua Ranch and its 11,000 acres conserved forever for farming and ranching. As the setting sun casts its glow, the charming and meticulously maintained winery grounds become the backdrop to a night to remember. Begin in the rustic open-air Pavillion for pupus—sumptuous sounds of steel guitar by Joel Katz fill the crisp mountain air, wine pours freely, laughter abounds. When called by the Chef, proceed to the Old Jail, a building used by Capt. Makee himself in the 1800s, for an exclusive seated dinner that is history in the making.

Total Value: Priceless Buy now for $5,500

Donors: edible Hawaiian Islands magazine, Chef Jana McMahon, Whole Foods, Ulupalakua Ranch, Joel Katz/Seaside Recordings

 

This package is a part of the 2012 "Buy Back the Beach" Benefit Lu‘au "Adventures for the ‘Aina" Live Auction.

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust is a nationally accredited nonprofit organization with the mission of "protecting the lands that sustain us." By working to increase conservation land across Hawai`i we ensure the protection of coastal shoreline accesses and recreation areas, native ecosystems and habitats, culturally significant lands, and agricultural lands for our working farms and ranches—all for our use and enjoyment today and for all generations to come. For more details on the organization and our protected lands contact us at (808)244-5263 or info@hilt.org.