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Refreshing like dew on a fern.
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.
Lemongrass Milk Chai with Mint is a healing mixture from Diti's mom, who serves it with chai masala, a South Asian spice blend of cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Discovered by Diti Shah in her mom's kitchen, Texas.
It's like a spicey homemade gatorade.
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Cool mint, open mind (yang type). Soft, jelly-like bottle gourd grounds the root chakra (yin). Like having a clairvoyant moment during meditation on a water bed.
Warm, rich, heavy, and golden. Saffron adds depth and delicacy to the sticky, juicy sensuality of a mangoes. Bring a toothpick!
Fresh minty green chili and cilantro yogurts take me back to supple jackfruits hanging from the tropical arms of Bangladesh. I can almost feel the humidity and mosquitoes as I eat green mangoes with mustard and lime on my way to a wedding. Borhanis are...
Sweet, sticky, sour and cooling. Fresh cane juice is popular with street vendors on every corner overseas in Asia but oddly invisible in the west.
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