Author: camparigirlTrying to make sense of the world and life through food and words.
Sometimes, you just need zebras. I promise none of the animals in this week’s edition are sappy stories about real animals. The John Oliver’s segment on zebras had me in stitches and, during the past week, zebras popped into my minds when I most needed them. Goes to show my mind might be seriously warped….happy Friday!
I call it crusty rice but no google search will spew up anything under that moniker. Its proper name is Tah Dig or, in English, a more poetic Golden crust rice. If well prepared, it’s a delicious mixture of fluffy rice, herbs and a crunchy crust, which is the best part. So much more satisfying than plain steamed or even fried rice.
I have been off refined sugar for nearly 18 months now. Well, let me re-qualify the statement: I do not eat, not even close, the same amount of refined sugar I used to but I still indulge in a proper sweet treat once or twice a month. This long-term experiment is working out well: I thoroughly enjoy what I eat – mostly made by me, and pretty much never with white sugar – and I don’t have cravings anymore.