A warm hello, to whoever out there might still be reading! I have been away for a long while and was away for a while before that it seems as well. I’ve come back to tell you all some tales of new adventures and… Continue Reading “The Jolly Fox Returns.”
Yesterday I landed back on my favorite island, Maui. In the week leading up to my departure I was suddenly inspired to make a few Hawaiian themed dishes, all which you’ve seen if you’ve been following me on Instagram. It’s early in the morning… Continue Reading “Vegan Portuguese Bean Stew.”
I know it’s been so long since I’ve shared in this space regularly. In an attempt to get back into it, I’m posting some pictures of various tropical/Hawaiian inspired dishes I made in the last year. I hope you enjoy this photo dump until… Continue Reading “Catching up.”
On my last visit to Maui, there was a flood. A rather large flood, in my house. Something, I’m still unsure, happened upstairs and sent tons if water through the ceiling and walls. It was a disaster of sorts. But I’m not here to… Continue Reading “Manawai Estate Chocolate (Cacao) Farm & Banana Nut Scones w/ Local Chocolate-Coconut Drizzle.”
Woah. I didn’t realize how long it had been since I posted here. How dare i?!? Back with this Pineapple-Guacamole recipe for y’all.
Highland Park is the neighborhood I call home. It’s an eclectic little mix of things and who doesn’t love a little mix of things? I live around the corner from this delicious little Vietnamese-American diner type place called Good Girl Dinette. Go to there.… Continue Reading “Earl Grey-Taro Pie.”
So many. So many treats do I have in store for here. But for now, some things I’ve been working on: Hawaiian Chantilly Cake.
Did you know that June is National Papaya Month or something? Not that it matters. Papaya is always delicious, regardless of month, but in honor of June, let’s talk about papaya. Papaya are rich in nutrition loaded with fiber, Vitamin C, folate and more.… Continue Reading “Papaya Glazed Tempeh Sandwich w/ Breadfruit Hummus.”
Ling hing mui is a powder made of dried, salty plums. It is used, in Hawaii, to flavor preserved or dehydrated fruits and treats known as crack seed. 100% of the crack seed treats I have found for sale in Hawaiian shops contain aspartame… Continue Reading “All Natural Li-Hing Almonds w/ Dried Gold Pineapple.”
I love strawberry guava. Such a beautiful and aromatic fruit with it’s light yellow skin and bright pink flesh. Finding them while hiking is like finding treasure. My lovely friend Ashley is a great tour guide and hiker. She took me through a breathtaking… Continue Reading “Vegan Guava Cake.”