Last weekend, I stopped by my local grocery – New Leaf – to pick up some lunch with a food-loving friend. While we headed to the check-out, we passed a table offering samples of rolled bread called lavash, which we of course stopped to sample. Lavash bread and crackers are of Armenian origin many thousands […]
Archive | May, 2012
When summer fruit season arrives, I buy fruit at the farmer’s market with the youthful enthusiasm of a 14-year-old girl let loose in a discount Abercrombie outlet with a limitless credit card. The only difference is that fruit rots a lot more quickly than clothes and can’t be handed down or CAN it? Last year, […]
Firing up the grill for the first time this weekend? Hosting or attending a neighborhood gathering to kick off the summer? Celebrating a graduation? Whatever the reason, most of us will be joining family or friends to soak up the warm sun and celebrate the end of school and the start of some much needed […]
What you would get if a key lime pie married a lemon bar — key lime bars with a chocolate pistachio crust.
Thanks to @dormantchef and @gregorytlee for contributing some of the photos!
I interrupt my regularly scheduled food posts from our trip to Oahu to talk story with you on this Mother’s Day instead. After enjoying the quaint, quiet, and cozy North Shore of Oahu, we headed south to Honolulu, the antithesis of the north end of the island. Crowded, bustling, almost intimidating but we found a quiet […]
Busy. Frantic. Schizophrenic. Over-booked. These are the modifiers that pop into my head while looking at my May/June calendar. Teacher appreciation lunches, SAT and AP tests, Mother’s Day, @dormantchef’s birthday, Memorial Day Weekend, my birthday, my daughter’s graduation, BlogherFood (I’m speaking!) and the list could go on. But I know I’m not alone in this […]
Where the gourmet food truck craze really began! Thanks to @gregorytlee and @dormantchef for the beautiful photos! North Oahu on Dwellable