Guest Post: Feeding a Crowd with GF Local Beef Bulgogi

TweetToday we have a guest post from Courtney at Maui Jungalow. She’s a local blogger who writes about life on Maui with a focus on Upcountry and rural settings. She’s also a friend of mine. So, let’s welcome my first guest blogger and her post for Beef Bulgogi! Feeding a Crowd with GF Local Beef Bulgogi This is a follow up to the┬áPerils of Pauline Potluck┬ápost with tips on potluck planning. What worked: The food turned out fine. I had gone to a local packing house the day before and Read More …

Seattle 2012 Part One

TweetSometimes Devin has to travel to Seattle for work, and the last two years I’ve gotten to tag along. Last year I really had to go because he had LASIK eye surgery. This year, I went because I wanted to be there to support him at the end of the day, go traveling, and visit friends I hadn’t seen in a long while. We were there for two weeks. We stayed outside of the city, in the ‘burbs. It was closer to his work, but there certainly isn’t much to Read More …

Glutening Leftovers

TweetSince being glutened by the curry paste I have been having a lot of digestive issues. I tried just stopping any dairy and being super vigilant about my safety. Yet, I continued to suffer. I’d also begun taking in green smoothies in the mornings, but I think those may have only exacerbated the problem by being tough for my tortured intestines to handle. I’ve also run across a few other people with Celiac disease who can’t digest raw spinach very well. I must be in that camp. So, this week Read More …

Labeling Laws and Product Warning

TweetIn a globalized world where products cross vast oceans, and millions of people deal with food allergies and diet mediated diseases everyday, it would make sense for there to be some sort of universal labeling laws on food and drugs. Yet, we don’t live in a world where that is the case. We live in a world where nation by nation we set our own standards on what is safe, and what is not. This does make sense as well, because some nations may wish to set higher standards than Read More …

Simple Joys of Summer

TweetLately I’ve been experiencing the simple joys of summer. The food is effortless and clean. The activities are full of passion, beauty, and merriment. I have a house guest who is inspiring me in many ways. Life is feeling wonderful. This is why I take summer session off from school. I just don’t get to feel this ease during the school year, and I know once I am finished with school that I’ll not have the same opportunity. So, I’m going to keep enjoying it all while I can. Here Read More …