I know turmeric is good for you; I just needed new ideas how to consume more of it. So when Costco Connection magazine mentioned Golden Milk in its effort to sell turmeric, I was all ears.
“Many scientific studies have reported that turmeric may assist in the treatment of cancer, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and renal conditions, among many others.” — Costco Connection magazine
I have not been diagnosed with any of those conditions, but the list of ailments says to me that turmeric reduces inflammation, which is often the start of many bodily problems. I don’t want inflammation and I do want more turmeric. But how?
Ann is part of an organization that aims to “start conversations between women who grow food, and the women who buy it.” Here are a few morsels of my table’s conversations, primarily with a farmer named Sondra, who is rooted in Boulder County. Continue reading Tasty Tidbits: Farmers on Farming→
Spring is still a newborn bald gulping baby bird in the northern hemisphere, but here in Denver we’ve had temperatures in the 70s so I’m prematurely ready to announce Lori’s Summer Drink of 2015.
I discovered this concoction in February when Andy came through town and I met her for dinner. So for me this drink not only tastes like summer, but it also conjures happy memories. It’s called…
Little Ray of Sunshine
To make Little Ray, you need only 3 ingredients.
Limoncello Ginger beer Bitters
Pour a shot of limoncello (I use Caravello because that’s what Costco carries) into a tall glass. Add most of a bottle of ginger beer (I use Reed’s, which is non-alcoholic and can be found at specialty grocery stores like Sprouts and Whole Foods).
Squirt in some bitters (I use Angostura). Stir gently and add ice.