I was very intrigued by the August issue of Cooking Light regarding gluten-free foods. It states that although only 1 percent of the population suffers from celiac disease, more than 30 percent of Americans avoid gluten. This trend has created a $105 billion a year business.
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QAA, Lebanon — Every day about sunset, dozens of residents of this small Lebanese Christian village on the border carry their automatic rifles and deploy on surrounding hills, taking up positions and laying ambushes in case Muslim extremists from neighboring Syria attack.
Long before the release of his debut CD “Me Ke Aloha,” Keaau-born Lito Arkangel was already a household name in Big Island music circles and beyond.
With many trees and limbs down, I imagine there is going to be lots of wood chips available. So, the following are a few reasons to use wood chip mulch.
As I ride the express elevator down the back nine of my life, I do what a lot of middle-age baby boomers do: I seek, treasure and cherish regular doses of nostalgia. Nostalgia is what finally takes me to see the film version of the Broadway hit “Jersey Boys,” a jukebox musical telling of the band the Four Seasons.
CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple unveiled its long-anticipated smartwatch Tuesday, introducing a device that aims to put many of the functions of a smartphone onto a smaller screen that’s never more than an arm’s length from the wearer’s eyes.
I f you’re lucky enough to get some fresh fish eggs, you can make some wonderful fresh caviar. I was lucky, as our friend Steve Yoshida brought back some fresh salmon eggs from his second home in Homer, Alaska.
Dukkah (pronounced “DOO-kah”) is a Middle Eastern blend of toasted nuts, sesame seeds and spices. The crunchy condiment served on olive oil-dipped flatbread is especially popular in Egypt, where nearly every family has developed its own version to suit its personal taste.
Most herbs defy easy description. Trying to discuss the flavor of thyme or oregano leads only to vague adjectives. Calling rosemary “woody” doesn’t quite cut it.
Not another flat-bread chip, this is a crispbread. The classic Italian 7-herb blend of Crispbreads by Primizie is delightfully crisp and crunchy with a good flavor. The brand uses minimal ingredients to make its products and is all natural, cholesterol free, MSG free, etc. So pretty much, this is a clean crisp with natural flavors that will make you feel good about snacking. This crispbread is good alone or pairs nicely with any dip.
When there’s a hot bowl of mac n’ cheese in front of you, it’s hard to remember to eat slowly. The makers of Hapifork, a new high-tech eating utensil, are hoping their fork will serve as a small reminder not to shovel the entire bowl into your mouth.
Imagine a warning that lets you know the food you’re about to eat could make you sick. A new pair of smart chopsticks are designed to be used as a personal food safety warning system.
Bringing amusement park excitement everywhere it stops, the Kona Ice truck blends entertainment and gourmet frozen treats into an experience unlike any other in the area.
One of HawaiiCon’s stars will make a special appearance in Hilo the night before the inaugural sci-fi/fantasy convention opens.
Here comes The Speech. I can see it on his face. I can feel the words gathering in the air between us. One part plea, one part protest, one part lamentation.