Back in April, I got to tag along with the production crew for the Emmy Award-winning food genealogy show, “Family Ingredients” (@familyingredients), to Okinawa in a search for delicious dishes. (Yeah, tough… Read More
Sometimes you don’t know the story until you get there. In that case, “there” was Okinawa. Last week I tagged along with the crew of “Family Ingredients,” the locally produced, Emmy Award-winning… Read More
I’ve eaten all over Japan and nothing — nothing — compares to Okinawan food. The food in this southernmost prefecture is a reflection of its cultural diversity, distance from Japan and complicated history. The… Read More
Born and raised on O‘ahu, Hawaiʻi, Catherine Toth Fox has been chronicling her adventures in her blog, The Cat Dish, for more than a decade. She worked as a newspaper reporter in Hawai‘i for 10 years and continues to freelance—in between teaching journalism, hitting the surf and eating everything in sight—for national and local print and online publications. She’s currently the editor of HAWAIʻI Magazine.