Posts Tagged ‘ginger’

Good Luck Noodles

A dish that warms both body & soul

January 14, 2017 | 0 Comments
Good Luck Noodles

Being a proper superstitious soul, I love a good tradition that supports the notion of good luck. I always make black eyed peas on New Years Days, since this Southern tradition supposedly brings prosperity for the new year. There are several different thoughts on why black–eyed peas have come to symbolize good luck. In America, ...

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Persimmon Colored Memories

A recipe for the orange-colored fruit

November 23, 2016 | 0 Comments
Persimmon Colored Memories

One of my fondest memories is of having Persimmon cookies made by an adopted grandmother named Betty. She had adopted my father when he was a young exchange student coming to America as a wide eyed 19 year old.  Grandma Betty always smelled of powder, and would always spoil me with persimmon cookies. The texture ...

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Chia Chai Pudding

A recipe for the super snack

April 19, 2016 | 5 Comments
Chia Chai Pudding

I am addicted to the flavors and smell of chai! Nothing is more inviting then walking into a home and smelling chai spices over the stove. Drinking this tea (I use roobois instead of black tea) with some coconut milk and honey is bliss! We all know by now how good for you soaked chia ...

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Transformation Kitchari

A recipe for the cleansing Ayurvedic dish.

January 18, 2016 | 1 Comment
Transformation Kitchari

I love me a good bowl of Kitchari! I usually prepare this Ayurvedic dish some when I feel I need a reset or to help my body cleanse and heal. It is such a comforting, nourishing dish, that it feels almost like a maternal hug from the heavens. I always add extra ghee to enhance ...

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