I love a good nourish bowl, but when the winter chill starts wearing you down, sometimes the best medicine starts with a bit of carb(y) goodness. That’s why I’m sharing my take on a thousands-of-years old Chinese standard – congee.
Always Uttori Presents: An Afternoon Tea in Hong Kong What discussion of British royalty, such as our November editorial inspiration of Netflix’s The Crown, would be complete without a nod to that quintessentially British activity — afternoon tea. I am a great fan of the practice. I fell in love with the idea of afternoon tea after trying afternoon tea at … Read More
Polenta Pancakes with Apple Crema It’s officially autumn, and there’s no better way to celebrate the change in season than dishing up the flavors of the harvest bounty of corn and apples. This polenta pancake recipe brings the two together in a dish that is both delicate in flavor and hearty in texture. Polenta pancakes are a rustic, hearty style … Read More
Mari Tries | Plant Based Water Remember when coconut water was the most exotic hydration option on the menu? These days, there are so many hydration choices on market shelves, it can be difficult to decide between them all: coconut water, birch water, maple water, chia water, cactus water, aloe water, and watermelon water, to name only a few. I’ve … Read More
Almost Savannah Coffee Roasters Honey Granola Yogurt Parfait Yogurt (yoghurt) is an ancient food that has been a part of the human diet for hundreds of years. Once called the food of the gods, yogurt is believed to have originated in Mesopotamia, when nomads, who stored milk in animal skins, found that the milk that they had stored for later … Read More