Try this soothing turmeric tea next time you’ve got an ache, a cold, or just need a little warming pick-me-up. It works because turmeric doesn’t just give curry that wondrous yellow color. It’s is the wonderkind of Ayerveda, traditional Hindu medicine. Lisa Gallant of the California College of Ayervedic names a few of the many 5,000-year old uses for turmeric, including: use as a cold remedy, to give relief from bruises, sprains, and inflamed joints, to soothe skin from rashes ranging from eczema to chicken pox, even an insect repellent.
Oh. My. Gosh. This improvised dinner that was absolutely, fabulously divine, with a hint of earthiness from the mushrooms, flavor from the leeks, and brightness from the artichoke hearts all coming together to coat the penne with love and delicioiusness. It’s easy to make, with a simple broth of just artichoke water, butter, and olive oil thickened with a bit of flour. Read on!
Turkey, cranberry, and pumpkin, together again rolled together in a slice of flatbread for a gorgeous, festive lunch wrap that channels al the flavors of the season. Click through for the recipe.
Winter’s untended and forgotten greens, gone wild in the overgrown vegetable bed.