Posts Tagged "india"

a ‘chai’ of a life

Posted on Thursday, November 1, 2012

a ‘chai’ of a life

I’m beginning to think my Peet’s Yin Hao Jasmine Green tea is becoming a bit angry with me, or at least I’ve hurt its feelings.  More and more these days, I’m trading my beloved Chinese Green tea, full of grassy notes and delicate jasmine blossoms for the rich, exotic flavors of Indian chai.  Thanks to A Curry of a Life, my source and teacher for traditional Indian Chai, I’m completely addicted.  Colleen, the main culprit of my conversion, mischievously giggles.  She takes great pleasure in her encouragement for chai addiction for many, knowing I’m one of those extreme addicts. 

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viji and the un-science of service

Posted on Monday, October 15, 2012

viji and the un-science of service

One would not know, with the brightness and enthusiasm in Viji’s voice, that she’s just been up thirty hours straight to welcome the last of the three babies she’s helped lead into the world in the past seven days.  Viji’s voice sings like light.  Her heart is big.  Service is what keeps her going.

 

As a medicinal organic chemist in the pharmaceutical industry, Viji spent close to fifteen years utilizing her chemistry background to design

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