We have a lush garden in our yard in Fiji. I can't take credit for it. Our gardener has been working the yard for many years, and previous tenants have installed their own touches. Before we moved to Fiji, we imagined being able to eat from our garden. After we arrived, we started small by… Continue reading Tropical Garden Starters
We just got a home juicer, and the yield on this thing is great because I don't discard the pulp once I've made raw juice. I store the vegetable pulp and sprinkle it on any dish for more nutrition. Just one example is a dry ramen I like to make for lunch, after a workout.… Continue reading Dry Ramen with Tuna and Veggie Pulp
Despite the "Samuel Adams Rebel IPA" branding on the glass in the photo, this is not an endorsement of Sam Adams' products (not that I have anything against Sam Adams). Someone gave this glass as part of a Christmas gift, and I consider it the perfect size for juice. We just got a home juicer,… Continue reading An Intro to Raw Juicing
In Fiji, it's easy to have direct access to the people growing produce. Many people have kitchen gardens, and there is a permanent market in downtown Suva by the waterfront where locals can sell what they grow. We were walking our dogs recently, and right around the corner--literally--was a little table with vegetables in a… Continue reading Local Produce–Right Around the Corner
Pompano is a wonderful, meaty fish. It's thickness doesn't work well for frying, so the best thing to do is bake it.