Eat Like A Local

It’s no secret. Food in Hawaii is pitiful. We have pithy tomatoes, $10 Kraft cheese, mediocre bread and no Burrata. Everything that isn’t grown locally has to be shipped. And everything that is shipped is low quality and overpriced. The best way to avoid having a disappointing meal while in Hawaii is to eat local … More Eat Like A Local

A Tropical Taste of my Travels- A Hawaiian Farmer’s Market

Hello fellow Spooners and Happy Monday! A lot has happened in the past few weeks since I’ve written. Allow me to update you. I traveled home to Kauai along with 30 family members to celebrate my Granddad’s 90th Birthday. Can you believe that? He worked out every single morning. Simply astonishing… While I was there … More A Tropical Taste of my Travels- A Hawaiian Farmer’s Market