When it’s time, she puts on her gloves and takes a group of visitors from the city to the taro fields. With the sea wind gently blowing, they squat in field and pick taros. When they finish harvesting taros, they return to the table and divide up their yield, depending on their needs. Some make taro ball desserts, savory taro cake, taro rice noodles, and others make taro pastry. Li An-Ni reminds everyone to cook only what they need so as not to waste any food; all food is bestowed on them from heaven.
All activities are ingeniously designed so that every year the farm will have differing farming experiences according to the festivals, including grinding rice milk, fishing by the sea, freshly fried sunflower seeds, etc. The commentary by veteran farmers drive home the details of farming, where you gain an understanding of what constitutes a yam, or how rice is produced, processed, and delivered to the table. Guests are left with a deeper appreciation of food. In addition, you can stack the red bricks of the kiln and enjoy the farming experience of burning wood and eating chicken. It is truly a symphony for your senses.