This tea tastes great. In fact, it tastes a bit like iced tea but with a hint of sweet hawthorn fragrance when served cool. This tea is so refreshing and aperitive. I love a cup of this tea after a heavy meal has been had. This is because hawthorn is known to aid in digestion and support [Read More...]
If you had ever ordered a green bean (or “mung bean”) dessert soup at an Asian-style dessert house, you would know that there are many ways to enjoy this delightful naturally fat-free low-calorie item. It can be served cold on hot summer days as a refreshing cool sweet snack, or served hot in the winter to warm [Read More...]
This is a heavenly and unbelievably refreshing papaya and milk dessert soup, with the light fragrance and taste of almonds. It is lightly-sweetened, yet so delicious and thirst-quenching that this cold dessert is just perfect on a hot day. This dessert has moisturizing and skin-beautifying functions. This soup is also remarkably easy and inexpensive to make.
Today, March 20th, is equinox day and marks the first day of Spring in 2011 for those living in the Northern Hemisphere. This means the sun’s center is directly over the earth’s equator, giving us days and nights that are roughly equal in length. To welcome the coming of Spring, I wanted to make a delicious [Read More...]