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American cereals are a highly developed and diversified art. Many cereals already include familiar sweet spices like cinnamon. But classic American cuisine can go gourmet by expanding the spicy possibilities. Lime rinds are possibly the secret...
The Desert OasisOn the hot, dry days of summer, a parched throat and exhausted mind requires deep rejuvenation to combat the sweltering summer sun. When work doesn't let up, even though your mind is frazzled and fried, the cooling...
Warming, grounding and sweet, Sweet Beet Paste has a luxurious purple sheen and surprising spicy finish. Fennel and cardamom add the true magic. Their aromatic oils lift up the heaviness of the beet root.
My herb teacher Frank Cook used to say, "It's all about the sauce." A good meal should come with good sauces. We love including cilantro lassi next to summertime rice dishes.
Smooth almonds blended into warm milk with ethereal, delicately perfumed saffron and pungent nutmeg. Discovered by Joseph in Dr. Vasant Lad's book, The Complete Book of Ayurveda Home Remedies.
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Cloves, cardamom and sugar make a great holiday sprinkle on morning toast.
Experiment with this creamy, delicious aphrodisiac and sedative drink before bedtime. Also a warming sauce for creamy dinner dishes. Discovered while listening to a lecture by Dr. Vasant Lad, famous Ayurvedic Physician, in Pune, India.
Thin lassi, slightly astringent. Cooling pungent mint mixes with sour. Perhaps a sauce over rice pulao with saffron and lavender? Or a dressing for a salad or salty tortilla chips? A drink on it's own for midday.
A lassi is simply equal parts yogurt...
Made with homemade yogurt
Special preparation for building weight and strength.
Great to drink after too many gassy / spicy foods.
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