This is a meal Heavy, rich, decadent. It delivers in full force. I would not call it gentle, but indeed it is kind, nourishing, and asserting. It is a beast in its natural state, undomesticated, wild and beautiful but unyielding. It is as it is, do not take it if you are not ready. It […]Read More Food of the gods
For a long time, before chocolate bars and ice cream, Cacao was consumed as a drink. Native to Mexico and Central America, it was a key ingredient to several pre-hispanic drinks including Tejate and Pópo which are still consumed today. I have been becoming more and more intrigued to learn about cacao’s history. Since Mexico […]Read More Cacao Qi
A midst the Coronavirus situation, people everywhere are spending a lot more time at home. In an attempt to encourage people, and to throw out some ideas of things to do- I proposed a challenge to tea drinkers with the chance to win a cool tea shirt from Teathoughts. Given we are all as humans […]Read More Quarantine and a Side of Sideritis
Growing up, I always had hot chocolate made with milk. I actually didn’t know that people would make it using water and when I had my first experience with water based hot chocolate… I thought it was an abomination! Like, who does that? I’m not one to pick hot chocolate as a drink very often […]Read More Gong Fu Hot Chocolate!