I’ve uploaded all the photos for the next installment of Da Mystery Road Trip Revealed, and while I’m attempting to write a brilliant, funny, and incredibly awesome post, I thought I’d tempt all you locals with something.
I found it at New Seasons Market a couple of days ago.
I know, it’s not the same as right out of the fields at home… but it’s still from Maui! And it smells so sweet! I could’ve bought the whole bin of them!
K’den. Brilliant thoughts are emerging from the mirey clay of my brain… stay tuned for Yellowstone!
I want one! I want one!…….or 2 or 3!!……….oh how I missed them this year……….so sad1
My father once had a business trip in Hawaii and came back with a pineapple picked the day he bought it–we had never tasted anything like it! Good stuff.
My mom always told me as a baby and toddler in Hawaii, I loooved pineapple, which amazed me because I never liked it that I could remember liking it….then I went back to Hawaii this last year and rediscovered my love! Pineapple picked ripe and eaten right away….delicious!
My mom always told me as a baby and toddler in Hawaii, I loooved pineapple, which amazed me because I never liked it that I could remember….then I went back to Hawaii this last year and rediscovered my love! Pineapple picked ripe and eaten right away….delicious!
aaaauuuwwweeeeee!!! Broke da mouth! So sweet. ALoha Moki, here is the link I promised you. Blessing and fond Aloha Paula
This is the link for the the little lambs and a few other wool/spinning/gardening tibbits
I think pineapples are one of those fruits that actually translate well to mainland grocery stores. Have not seen the Maui Golds here in GA though. I found some lilikoi in my local (kinda grungy) Kroger store last week. I never saw a lilikoi in a mainstream grocery in HI…I guess I have Mexico to thank for these!