Shared from Fox News Many modern recipes for "depression cakes" utilize cocoa powder for flavoring. | Photo Credit: iStock It doesn’t matter if you’re young, old, rich or poor -- people can’t help but come running when they hear a “depression cake” just came out of the oven! Well no, that’s not true at all.
Shared from Food & Wine It's the perfect socially-distanced outing. Photo Credit: D. HURST / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO As the coronavirus pandemic closes businesses and shuts people into their houses, it seems that everything old is new again: chain letters, sourdough baking, and puzzles. A few savvy restaurants, devoid of customers and looking for new
Shared from Frolic Hawaii Photo Credit: AARON K. YOSHINO Kalihi, Waimanalo, Waianae, Wahiawa: Local family farms with fresh eggs. So you need eggs, you're not so much into supermarkets these days and you want to support local. Robbie Dingeman of Frolic's sister site Biting Commentary rounded up these options for fresh eggs direct from local
Shared from Pacific Business News Like Like Drive Inn is closing its doors for good after being in business for nearly 70 years. | Photo Credit: EUGENE TANNER | PBN Like Like Drive Inn, a longtime local favorite, will close on April 30 after 67 years in business. KHON reported Thursday evening that the eatery
Shared from Honolulu Magazine GOVERNOR IGE SET A GOAL OF DOUBLING LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTION BY 2020. SO HOW DO WE MEASURE UP? Alternately fought over and forgotten, land in Lualualei Valley, once home to Wai‘anae Sugar Co., has served as a barometer for Hawai‘i’s appetite for agriculture. From the 1960s to ’80s, when the
Shared from Honolulu Magazine With the spread of COVID-19 and demand for hand sanitizers, Koʻolau Distillery converted its operation this week and will donate everything to first responders and healthcare professionals. Eric Dill, CEO of Koʻolau Distillery in Kailua, had heard about other craft distilleries on the Mainland coverting their operations to making hand
Shared from Honolulu Magazine DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, HERE’S HOW THE POPULAR ISLAND CHAIN IS DOING ITS PART TO HELP FLATTEN THE CURVE. Birthday dinners, midnight munchies, catch-up lunches with Grandma: Zippy’s Restaurants has been there for it all and more. It’s a place of comfort, familiarity and nostalgia that I’ve known practically my entire life.
Shared from Frolic Hawaii Because Hawaii people know how to turn pantry items bougie Pan-fried Vienna sausage with Moromi miso and daikon kimchee | Photo Credit: JASON CHIN We all love our instant ramen, canned meats and porridges like jook and okayu — humble staples that many of us grew up eating and still eat
Shared from One Crazy House Canned foods take up a lot of space in your kitchen cabinets and pantry. Additionally, when you reach for that jar of spaghetti sauce, you may find yourself knocking over the peanut butter, canned fruits or green beans while you’re at it. How frustrating! Getting those canned foods organized can
Shared from Food52 For springy blooms, without having to step outside. Photo Credit: TY MECHAM You might think of gardening as an outdoor activity, but actually there are a lot of really fun ways you can get your hands dirty inside, too. Personally, I love nothing better than spending a rainy spring afternoon repotting my