Special Edition: Kauai Coffee Self- Guided Tour

By now you all now that I am in love with coffee. It could be the fact that I worked in a coffee shop for about 11 years of my life, or that my mom is addicted. Either way, when we saw that we could do a tour of a coffee farm, we were like,…

Special Edition: Food Privilege and Knowledge/Ability

Alright, it’s the final post in this short series on food privilege and food insecurity. One of the biggest barriers to food, in my opinion, is knowledge. As a reminder Food Insecurity is defined as “the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.” Here we are focusing on…

Special Edition: At Home Sushi Making

So I took a week off because you should always make sure to take a break from work if you can. Sometimes this blog becomes a part-time job, I love it but it takes a lot of brain power which can be draining when paired with my real job. Anyways…two weeks ago Michelle and I…

Special Edition: Food Privilege and Space/Transportation

Continuing in the Food Privilege and Food Insecurity series, today we are tackling the barriers of Space and Transportation. As a reminder Food Insecurity is defined as “the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.” The key phrases in this definition for this topic are “reliable access” and…

Special Editions: Food Privilege and Time

It’s the second blog in this four part series discussing food privilege and food insecurity. As a reminder food insecurity is defined as “the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.” One of the barriers to access is Time. Yes, you read that, time. A common misconception of…

Special Edition: NYC Eats

It’s the end of the food recaps from NYC! Haris and I attempted to eat as much as we could in about 2 days, and we were pretty successful! Our food tour actually started with S’mores waffles (below). NYC during Christmas time is magical for numerous reasons, one of those reasons being the Christmas Markets…

Special Edition: Food Budgets

One of my goals this year is to write a small series on food privilege. Most people I know have never experienced food insecurity and it’s something important that I want to share with people. What is food insecurity? It’s the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food….