pomegranate molasses in cookies, on oatmeal...
carrots... or celery.
Scoop out part of an avocado on your eggs, or glop on some pre-made guacamole... yum!
For oatmeal/granola - top with a handful of nuts.
@kdewitt, where are you getting your numbers from? A quick internet search gives me approx 3.5g sugar each for half a cup of strawberries and blackberries. Berries are acutally relatively low in sugar.
It looks like you're getting a lot of good advice here - make sure the sugar you eat is packaged with fiber and other healthy stuff, and exercise a little moderation!
Definitely stop by a coffee farm and take a tour (as well as buy some coffee!). There are several that are happy to show you around. Blue Sky Coffee is one that comes to mind - they also sell The Best chocolate-covered macademia nuts I've ever had.
Also pick up some Ka'u coffee while you're there - from the region just south of Kona.
As for where to eat:
Sunday Brunch at the Mauna Kea hotel is fabulous and decadent (their beach is amazing too).
As mentioned above, Quinn's is a great spot to get a fish sandwich.
Kona Brewing Company is fun - they always have a ton of kinds of beer that aren't available in stores.
Merriman's in Waimea is supposed to be wonderful (I've yet to make it, sigh).
Kealakekua Bay has the best snorkeling I've ever seen.
Volcano NP. It's awesome.
Have a great trip!
black bean soup!
Best pizza I've had in Hawaii (both in Honolulu): JJ Dolan's and Bar 35. Yes, Bar 35 is really a bar but the pizza is excellent, and they have a book-worthy menu full of bottled beer selections to pair with it.
The grilled pesto pizza cellophane mentioned is tasty, made even better by the fun ambiance of the farmer's market!
So I can put my beautiful cookbooks to use!
Mediterraneo, in Honolulu, HI!
Great Italian comfort food.
There's a Brazilian dessert called Quindim that is based on egg yolks and coconut. It is FABULOUS, and could definitely be made in a share-able format.
Infusing vodka with fresh, grated ginger only takes a few days. Not sure how well ginger would work with whiskey, bourbon, or gin though... I'd probably try it out before devoting a whole bottle to it!
For another savory option, this recipe for chicken with roasted lemons is delicious. I imagine you could do all sorts of other things with roasted lemon slices... I could see them being delicious chopped up and mixed in with couscous, or sauteed greens, or atop some grilled fish...
Pasta Puttanesca made with roasted tomatoes instead of canned. Delicious. (I sometimes add in greens too - spinach, kale, whatever's in the fridge!)
savory oatmeal. i eat variations on this a couple times a week now - usually instead of something processed grabbed from a grocery store or cafeteria. delicious, cheap, healthy!
Ratatouille, Big Night... I also really liked the movie Dinner Rush. And Waitress! Now I want pie.
Cardamon cookie with a lemon filling
dark chocolate cookie with raspberry filling
dark chocolate cookie with cinnamon filling
Hot chocolate like you can find in Paris - thick, almost liquid fudge served in a small pitcher.
My roommate and I were making a grilled pineapple salsa. After grilling, in batches, slices of pineapple, onions, peppers, etc, chopping them all into little pieces, and mixing it all together, it was time to season with a little salt...
...well, apparently our gentle tapping of the salt container was not gentle enough: the lid came off and about a cup of salt got dumped into the salsa.
After staring at it dumbfounded for a minute, we tried seperating the salty top, rinsing the remaining salsa (hey, we were desperate), rinsing it again... No good - we had to toss the whole batch.
beef stew - or pasta with tomato sauce.
In Seattle, try Cafe Presse for classic French cafe food! I also hear great things about Le Pichet (also Seattle), although am under the impression it's pricier.
And I second the suggestion for Swan Oyster Depot in SF - fantastic.