Masala chai for a rainy day

With 3 back to back storms , we are getting soaked here in Los Angeles. I  love this rainy weather. I love the changing patterns of the clouds and the perfect circles that the tiny raindrops make. Enjoy this weather with a perfect cup of hot Masala chai :)

Storm on the horizon.
 Perfect circles

Perfect Masala chai for a amazingly beautiful  rainy day :)

Rose Parade 2010

It was a beautiful day yeterday here in Simi Valley and we decided to go for a hike on one of our local trails. Here is the shot of Simi Valley taken on my new iPhone :)

Happy New Year

     A special New Year card  made by my daughter :)

Review by online magazine "Truly Obscure"

Truly Obscure is a San Francisco-based online publication focused on critical commentary. They review interesting gadgets, films, bands, events, restaurants, websites, books, and more.

They wrote a nice article on Supreme Spice extracts.

Check it out here.

Supreme Spice on Bing

I just realized that Supreme Spice comes up in top position on Bing search engine for search word "Saffron extract" :) . Same is the case with "Tea masala extract" and "Tulsi extract".

From my backyard to yours

We had some crazy weather this last couple of weeks and some plants in my backyard are behaving all confused :) They thought it was Spring time and started blooming.

Vegan Christmas Fruitcake with Tea Masala extract

While I was on a long break from blogging, some very creative food bloggers posted recipes using our Supreme Spice extracts. One of my favorite ones was posted by Madhuram of Eggless Cooking. Madhuram is very creative with her recipes and comes up with some delicious ones using various substitutes for egg.

Check out her Vegan Christmas Fruitcake recipe in which she used Tea Masala extract to give it a spicy twist.