Yesterday, 1/18 was my late father’s birthday. He would have been 86. One of the memories I hold dearly in my heart were all the meals we shared together as a family. Whether they were […]
Then into chairs, we sank to chat about this and that. Slowly, surely, we shared out loud telling stories that made us proud…
Oh those under-the-weather days…this by far is my favorite dish to have, especially when I was little.
Well, I don’t really know much about this Hawaiian dish…other than I’ve only had Lau Lau a number of times from a chain eatery in shopping malls. Of course, not knowing what home cooked Lau Lau could possibly taste like; and seldom do I run across authentic Hawaiian food where I live, I decided to just make them myself!
Although my family and I reside within distance of vast vineyards, wineries, apple orchards, and generally an agrarian’s dream community, there is one disadvantage or the-lack-of when it comes to buying certain products–the mere luxury of nearby
(less than an hour away), culturally diverse markets in a quest for making international dishes I crave for…
Spring has definitely sprung, and so have our hens as we gather about five to six eggs per day, (that is only from approximately five hens). We have a total of nine hens and two roosters…for now.