The Mary Sue brings us this fabulous Pixelated Cake Pan. What’s not to love?
The possibilities are… well, not endless, but there are a lot of them.
TMS suggests that this presents opportunities for experimenting with cake-to-frosting (or should I say frosting-to-cake?) ratios, as well as cubes of Jell-O for building, both of which are brilliant. Yay creative geekery with food!
Fun facts: “Grinds” is Hawaiian slang for food, and “ono” means delicious, and it comes from the Hawaiian word for mackerel. (According to Rob and Mike at Onomea Tea, the bay which gave their company its name was once a favorite place for catching these popular, tasty fish.) In other news, we got home from our tropical getaway super-early this morning (HNL-JFK overnight is one mutha of a redeye) and the following picture shows how I had to psych myself up to leave:
Breakfast of champions.
In fact, I had an even more spectacular breakfast of champions in Hilo before we headed to the airport, but I’ll get back to that in a bit. First, the coffee. Continue reading
Yeah, we had a busy day.
Ok, so the one piece of gastro-tourism Peter absolutely wanted to experience on Hawaii was the plate lunch, which is the entree of your choice accompanied by macaroni salad and two scoops of rice, because the Atkins Diet is soooooo 2003. Yesterday we got to check some out at L & L Drive-Inn in downtown Pahoa Village. Continue reading
So on Monday I passed along a hot tip about frozen seafood, hinting that I had plans for the fish in question: black cod/sablefish from Trader Joe’s… and today I have pictures of the outcome of those plans, aw yeah.
Green fish curry