Every kauwela the kumu manakō at Tūtūʻs hale produces lots of hayden manakō. The Hendricksen keiki, Hina, Kapu, Kumu and pēpē Keao love to eat manakō. They use a bamboo lou to gather as much as they can for the ʻohana.
"Kū ka paila o nā manakō!" exclaimed Mom. The siblings picked lots of manakō of various sizes and colors; some were green, yellow, red, purple and orange, other manakō were small, overripe, soft and bruised.