This past September has marked eight years of teaching yoga, and fifteen years since I started studying food science formally. Over the years, yoga has been a template to help figure out how to live well, and food has been an equally interesting medium for that too. In the journey of navigating life (and deciding …
Longer Hollow Legs and I recently went on a jaunt to the Big Apple for a friend’s wedding – and of course, a little holiday. Time away from home and its familiar tastes lends perspective, and I come home feeling incredibly grateful for the food and drink of my local boroughs. Coming home is always bittersweet …
Mango, banana, coconut flakes, water. It has been a cold and rainy spring, but with a glorious blitz of bright fruits in a blender, one can glow from within! Woooo!!!
Playing around with tea blends is a good way to whittle the afternoon away in the kitchen. Here is a blend of chrysanthemum flowers, green cardamom, sliced almonds, fennel and cumin seeds. Steeped on its own or with a small strip of candied ginger dropped in to lend a touch of sweet spiciness, this blend …
3:45 pm. Still a good time for espresso.
A watermelon and strawberry smoothie – so bright and refreshing, it’s like drinking ice-cold sunshine.
Fentiman’s – a very good ginger beer indeed!
An afternoon snack: beer and orange slices.