Waikiki SPAMJam 2015

SPAMJam. What can I say? It was an incredible experience! I am so thankful to Outrigger Resorts for graciously inviting me to discover what can only be described as a food extravaganza of the highest order! There are doubters. I had many questions on Instagram asking: “is SPAM really a big deal? Does SPAM really taste good?” To all these questions I say: YES! Except for the island of … [Read more...]

Hawaiian in San Francisco

We've got EVERYTHING in San Francisco when it comes to food. Name a type of food and I bet we've got that. That means Hawaiian too.  Of course, here in the city, we are only 5 hours from the islands, but when we can't get there and are craving the island's culinary delights, we've got options! If you are seeking ono (delicious) Hawaiian in San Francisco, look no further than these … [Read more...]

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Upcoming SPAM Misadventures

It's so funny how life is a series of little events all strung together. I don't often think of SPAM, I do like it, but it is not in Mr. Misadventures repertoire and he does all the cooking in our household! For the most part I usually eat it in the form of musubi (pictured above) from food trucks in San Francisco.  But I also love it in fried rice and with eggs (but then again, I love anything … [Read more...]

Great Grilled Cheese in San Francisco

Ah, the classic grilled cheese...I grew up with Velveeta, so my cheese sandwiches were melted Parkay butter, a slice of Velveeta melted to perfection with a squirt of ketchup. And even though even I don't make them that often anymore, I've graduated to a good cheddar, real butter, and sriracha ketchup. Sometimes I will throw in an egg in too, but then I am not sure that is technically still a … [Read more...]

Indianapolis Restaurant Highlight – Spoke & Steele

I had an amazing weekend in Indianapolis with the #ExperienceBuick crew, checking out the NCAA Semi-final and Championship games was unbelievable. But you know me.  I am all about the food.  We had really great meals throughout the weekend, but I wanted to highlight one meal in particular because it was exceptional. I am not a huge fan of hotel restaurants. There are exceptions (hello … [Read more...]

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Friday Foodie – Kelly of Tasting Page

I began my blog after returning from living in France, it was a continuation of the weekly emails I sent my friends and family about my adventures in a foreign land. It is an easy way to birth a blog and in that Kelly Page of Tasting Page and I have a common thread.  She also loves to travel and  I have been jealously following her most recent travels to Asia, but often find myself drooling over … [Read more...]

Friday Foodie – Cynthia of What a Girl Eats

Today's Friday Foodie is personal favorite of mine.  Cynthia of What A Girl Eats has a voracious appetite for travel and food.  She has had many career paths with and without food and currently teaches, leaving summer breaks for exploration!  Her recipes span the globe from African peanut stews to Scottish treats and Southern favorites. No matter Cynthia is serving up, I know it is going to be … [Read more...]

An Interview with Cotogna Chef Michael Tusk – Taste of the Nation San Francisco

There is no shortage of of food festivals in San Francisco, one of the many reasons why I love this city! Of course its always a bonus when you can combine good food and celebrity chefs with eating for a cause.  Or four, in the case of this year's Taste of the Nation San Francisco event...four! This year's event is taking place on Thursday, March 26 at the City View in The Metreon.  Along with … [Read more...]

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Friday Foodie – Bree of Bree Hester

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