Chai Tea is a Fine Tea

I’m certainly no cook (per say), but I am fascinated by food and especially how it affects our bodily and mental health. Like a lot of the world, London is bloody cold in the winter. And what’s better than a nice hot mug of Masala chai on a hellishly chilling day? It’s true, chai has been … Continue reading

Mi Salsa

The following poem is an homage to chips and salsa. The picture below is documentation of the only version of my favorite pre-meal ritual, I’ve found in England so far. Granted, I am currently grocery shopping in the English countryside where everyone loves spiders and the coffee-shops close at 16:30 (4:30pm!). I’m sure I’ll find … Continue reading

Parlez-vous anglais s’il vous plaît?

Were the first words uttered all too often, out of my smallish Nordic mouth during my wonderful inaugural visit to ole’ Paris. Much like London, Paris is aesthetically plentiful and as you’d expect her to be, very old and very beautiful – just like the vampires in True Blood’s, Bon Temps (pronounced bon-ton). Speaking of Louisiana, if … Continue reading