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Catherine Toth Fox

Food

PREVIEW: New menu at Hoku’s in Kāhala

By On September 2, 2015

There are some foodies who sneer at hotel restaurants, never including them in roundups for best eateries or creative menus. Not me. Some of the best chefs I know have either cut… Read More

Musings

Why I went back to the Gridiron Show

By On August 31, 2015

Back in July, I ran into Roslyn Catracchia, director of worship and performing arts at a local church who happens to be Portuguese and Hungarian, just like me. (That combo is a… Read More

Musings

The truth about working from home

By On August 25, 2015

A lot of people assume all I do is hike, surf and eat. Because that’s what I post on my Instagram. If I posted what I really do all day, well, I’d… Read More

#40trails

#40trails: Upgrades starting on the Alaka‘i Swamp Trail

By On August 18, 2015

Back in March my husband took me on a hiking weekend in Kōkeʻe on Kaua‘i for my 40th birthday. And on that trip I discovered what would become one of my all-time… Read More

Musings

It’s not easy being a farmer

By On August 10, 2015

Sure, it sounds nice to own a farm. It conjures up those romantic images of rolling hills and vast, open spaces, with grazing cattle and an abundance of vegetables all glimmering in… Read More