This place is truly awesome. Not like, hey dude, your new surfboard is really awesome. No, I mean awesome in the original and profound sense of being in a state of awe.
This is a pretty great thing to do on Sunday morning. Pretty great even if you're just into watching. Press Play. Happy Sunday.
Here are some tried-and-true cookies and crackers that are always perfect with a glass of milk. Or a little whipped cream. Now dash away, dash away and start baking.
While it's still possible, eat one before your morning walk. At the Kona Coffee and Fruit Garden, you can get a pretty good cup of coffee with it. And walk down Lower Napoopoo Road to Kealakekua Bay to swim with the spinner dolphins spiraling in and out of the water. Just for fun.
Just in time for next Friday: National Maple Syrup Day. And just in time for holiday feasting. A spectacularly flavorful green cruciferous vegetable dish for your Christmas spread. A little sweetness from maple syrup and cider. A shot of smoky, salty and rich from smoked bacon or ham.
I should have done this sooner. Very delicious, cheap and easy. Somewhere between a warm salad and a vegetable stew. A winter version of something I love all summer. A meal in itself. Or a light, bright, lively and warm course that goes with everything.
Once you get the knack of it, rolling things in a cabbage leaf is an easy Way to a delicious, warm, satisfying meal with big doses of Vitamins C and K and powerful antioxidants.
The evidence is overwhelming. Regular walking and running is closely associated with longer, healthier lives. So how do you help somebody start a good habit? Heck, how do you get yourself to start doing it? I have some thoughts for you.
I think these could make a comeback. The perfect gift for every currently or formerly groovy guy or gal who has everything ... else. Just 2 more Slower Sundays until Christmas. Oh wow.
WARNING: You'll probably get this for yourself. But it really is a great gift, too.