Chennai, Tamil Nadu, IN
Coming from a region of the country, that grows, brews and cures its own tea to the finest around the world its no surprise I am a tea lover. ( love coffee too) The varieties of tea that comes from India & the world, along with Indian spices definitely make them binge-worthy. Ginger, lemon, lemongrass, cinnamon, nutmeg, mint, aniseed, jasmine, saffron and zillion other things to tango with tea. My favourite- the sulaimani from northern Kerala... truly zesty, healthy and it is the season to glug on tea
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recently added recipes
Have you heard of the nickname for beets, dirt candy? Well...they do roast up sweet and delicious and are tasty hot, warm or cold. Eat them with butter, salt and pepper or quick pickle them with a simple vinegar brine and add some red onions to make a colorful side dish. Yum!
Assam tea is a black tea named after the region of its production, Assam.Loose Assam tea gives a malty strong flavor. Assam tea large leaf grades have full and pungent flavors. Black Assam Teas are ideal for breakfast and drinking in the morning. Loose Assam teas are popular for their rich maltiness.
Another recipe given to me, this time by my cousin Judith. To say they are addictive is not an over statement. Everyone who has tried these has been wowed by their gooey chocolatey-ness. They are less cakey than some brownies and with a few twists like adding nuts or orange zest you can mix them up a bit. Do enjoy! They are irresistible.
A super healthy and comforting vegetable drink to survive the coldest days of winter!
Turmeric, ginger, and local honey make this an immune-boosting treatment. Turmeric and ginger have anti-inflammatory properties and local raw honey provides natural allergy relief. Black pepper helps the absorption of turmeric and adds a spicy touch.