I’ve been so busy I haven’t visited your site for a while. I’m glad I checked in today because I didn’t know of Tessa Kiros and her cookbooks. I will check my local Barnes and Noble today to see if they carry them. Your description of her books sounds absolutely appetizing.
Tom Ka Gai is one of my favorites. I discovered it on my first trip to Thailand. I loved it so much that I asked for the ingredients. That was also the first time that I’ve heard of Kaffir tree. I never saw it in any of the nurseries that I regularly visit. I had to put in my order. You are right about this tree. It survives without much care, but I think I will dig it up and move it to a sunnier location. Hopefully, it will start bearing fruits.
As always, thank you for your blogs…reading them always make me happy.]]>
I have “Falling Cloudberries”, “Apples for Jam”, and “Piri Piri Starfish”. I will be buying “Limoncello and Linen Water” soon, and I have all of Tessa’s other cookbooks on my wishlist as well! So beautiful and inspiring!]]>