The Year In Food » Fine Seasonal Eating

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A mix for your cooking and merry-making and quiet moments. Warmest Christmas wishes, friends.    


We’re in the thick of it now. Take a few moments to gather yourself, whether that’s five minutes to stop and write, to sit quietly, to go for a brisk walk, to move through a sun salutation, or to sip some warming tea. I love turmeric. It’s full of soothing health benefits. I used fresh […]


  • erin - Perfection. And I am loving this little series.ReplyCancel

  • Lynn Duvall - This may be the best gift of the season for me! And I know I’ll be coming back to this page.To me, the tone of the remarks, the vibrant photos (I can smell that tea), the gentle inward focus … everything works to create what Spalding Gray calls “a Perfect Moment.”

    Imagine that: having a perfect moment on the net ????ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - Thanks so much for your thoughtful words. So happy it’s resonating!ReplyCancel

  • Anna Powell - What an interesting combo…I know turmeric is really popular now as an anti-inflammatory but has such a strong taste I never tried it in tea.ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - I love the taste of fresh turmeric, which is very different than the flavor of the dried powder. If you can find it fresh at the grocery store, give it a try!ReplyCancel

  • Conversations in Ubers | Nedgma - Turmeric is the stuff of the gods. I love drinking it after a physically strenuous day to relax my body.ReplyCancel

  • Agness of Run Agness Run - I am well aware of the amazing benefits ginger provides. The ginger tea is a great way to include ginger in my daily diet!ReplyCancel