One of my goals for the new year 2013 is to spend more time in the kitchen. I am no good in cooking and there were only too few dishes I can prepare, but since I also aim to eat healthy this year, and instill that habit on my little man, too, and curb on eating fast food, it only means I have to prepare more home-cooked meals. Am a miserable cook and every time is just hit-and-miss! That is why I really think spices are such god-sends. They work wonders in spicing up my dishes and my life!
Late last year I started grabbing a spice bottle whenever I take a trip to the grocers, I am hoping to build up my spice collection this year, too! And even when I had to figure out how to use most of them on my dishes, I’d still agree that they are the perfect addition to my diminutive kitchen.
Oh well, I guess I have to read more about spices and where to use them as soon as I am done reading this article on how to order cigars online. 😉
Which spices are your favorite and why?
It was love at first sight when I first encountered Human Heart Nature’s Bayani Brew last December. I fell in love with the dainty yet earth-friendly packaging that I just had to get a couple. I gave one to the beautiful people at the Yoga Center as a Christmas gift, and brought the other one home to for us to try.
The soothing blend of lemon grass and other refreshing herbs is simply relaxing and works wonders for my nerves. It is also good to know that this is an all-natural product rich in Vitamin C, as well as other anti-oxidants that is good for our body! Now that I am writing about it, am craving for another ice-cold cup of Bayani Brew.
Another great thing I love about it is that it helps you help a group of mums in Bulacan with each purchase of this wonderful product. Bayani Brew sells at P45 for each 400ml bottle. You may check out the Human Heart Nature website for more information. And why not check out this cool free site templats sites, while you’re at it? 😉