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Big Island specialty goods found only at the markets

in Keauhou and Kona.

Resin Art
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Adorn your home and lanai with unique resin pieces created with aloha:

lazy Susans, serving platters, chargers, sushi trays,

picture frames, and side tables.

I also do commissions. Click here to contact me.

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While resin is quite durable, the surface can be scratched.

Resin is food-safe, yet do not cut directly on top of resin surface.

Best way to clean resin is with isopropyl alcohol and a paper towel OR microfiber cloth.

To care for your lazy Susan bearings, apply a grease such as

DuPont White Lithium.


1) putting extremely hot items on top of your resin; 2) immersing in water;

3) using a steel wool, abrasives, or knives; OR 4) putting in direct sunlight.


Stylish addition to your table or countertop that makes

condiments, small dishes, and tasty treats easily accessible.

Available in KOA WOOD. Sizes range from 13-16".


Simply attractive serving tray or use as a decorative accent piece in your home.

Available in both KOA WOOD and BAMBOO.

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Keauhou: Outrigger Hotel, WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS, 9:00 - 2:00 PM

Kona Stroll: Ali'i Drive, SUNDAY (5/21, 7/16, 8/20, 10/22, 11/19, 12/10), 1:00 - 6:00 pm

Chef Cynthia

About Chef Cynthia

My love of baking started in elementary school when I would make chocolate chip cookies, freezing some of the dough to enjoy with ice cream long before it became the thing to do. Since I wasn't one to wait for the cookies to cool down once they came out of the oven, I usually ended up burning my tongue then chugging cold milk.

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That childhood joy of creating sugary sweets in a kitchen has stayed with