How ‘Getting Fresh on Maui’ started…

I’m returning to the blogosphere, after a lengthy hiatus following my volunteer post as the Maui blogger for a now defunct Honolulu-based news paper.   Please bear with me as I get up to speed again.   I have wanted to start a food blog for a while, but needed some sort of theme.  I honestly considered spending an entire year shopping exclusively at Costco, unless something was crucial and unavailable at the big C.  I thought the corporate sponsorship opportunities would be great, but wasn’t sure how practical it would be.  However, once I signed up with Kula Fields, a fruit and vegetable delivery service, a new idea popped into my head.  What will I do with each week’s produce selection?  Will it turn soggy and wither away in my fridge? Or will it become a delicious, healthy, and inspired meal with which I will feed my family?  Stay tuned to find out- as tonight is the first delivery of yummy local goods.

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One response to “How ‘Getting Fresh on Maui’ started…

  1. Bravo for stepping out of Costco and exploring the beautiful bounty of Maui’s perfectly-climated-to-grow-year-rounds produce! As a home gardener myself, I can attest to the quality and taste between a just-picked hand of salad, to one that has been sitting in cellophane on a chilled shelf for some weeks prior to consuming… I am sure you will discover, that as far as your fruits and veges go, there will be no turning back! … I look forward to reading your upcoming posts about your inspired meals, and hope to be inspired myself to try something new. aloha.

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