Over and over, I’ve proclaimed my love of all things chai, so it should come as not surprise to anyone that this recipe combines two of my favorite things: chai and ice cream (but with a twist!). It’s a dirty chai no-churn ice cream and it is sublime. You’re probably wondering what a dirty chai… Continue reading Chai, dirty chai
A very late and very quick update. I submitted an article to NYS TESOL’s (New York State Teachers of English to Other Languages) quarterly publication, Idiom. It was accepted and was just published. Below is a link. I’m really proud of my article and am excited that it is out there in the universe. If… Continue reading Hot off the press!
Masala chai is basically a spiced tea. It’s made in India and Pakistan and is oh-so good! The addition of the spices is what makes this tea different from a regular cup of chai. There are a lot of ways to make it. I would experiment with the ingredients and how much of each ingredient… Continue reading Masala Chai
I’m the kind of person that has to have an iced coffee or tea during the summer. However, this does nothing for my wallet. In trying harder to save more, I’ve started being smarter about planning out meals and preparing them ahead of time. For breakfast, I make overnight oats with a variety of fresh fruit.… Continue reading Brewing summer savings
I always gravitate towards scones whenever I want to have a little something sweet with my tea. It doesn’t really matter what kind of scones they are. The added bonus of having these delectable treats is that I get to make them with my hands. I love making things that requires me to use my hands,… Continue reading Tea and Scones
“The first glass is as bitter as life, The second is as strong as love, The third is as soothing as death.” (Desert region saying) Nutrition and tradition collide with our experiences, which we tell through our food. Even a simple cup of tea can tell you more about a person. In my opinion, tea promotes conversation.… Continue reading Latifa’s Mint Tea
I’m the kind of person that enjoys hosting events for my friends and family. My one rule is that you don’t need to bring anything but yourself. Part of the reason is that I spend a lot of time creating a themed menu; each course is carefully planned and executed to welcome my guests into my home and… Continue reading Welcoming comforts