Tags » Mortar And Pestle

Sculpted Scroll

Primitive yet basic to survive,
As folk through early ages lived and died,
Repeat the poundings, grinding so they’d thrive
on nuts and grain; mashed, muddled, crushed inside. 70 more words

Travel Photos

Recipe: Molcajete Green Chile

Hello, here is a super spicy green chili or chile. This is more adult-friendly, but you will catch my 4 year old dip her chips in this one and run to drink water, so you never know. 452 more words



I remember playing with my miniature toy kitchen set as a child. Mind you, these toys were not like those plastic, pink coloured, fancy kitchen sets you get in toy shops these days, rather they were rustic, wooden and very Indian. 419 more words


Ava-Scuse Me?

If you would have asked me ten years ago what an avocado was I probably would have said, “uhhh isn’t that the same thing as guacamole?” Now everyone knows what an avocado is and there is a lot of hype about avocados being a superfood. 465 more words


Apothecary Cabinet

The many drawers
of an exquisite
apothecary cabinet
catch my eye.
Lustrous brownish-black
wood with a hint of purple,
appears to glow
from within.

Strong straight wood grain… 229 more words


Turning Wood Into Art

Wood Turning, by local woodturner David Smith

These lovely and unusual wood turned items are all made by David Smith. There’s a mortar and pestle that’s just beautiful. 53 more words

The Howff

Miami Peppercorn Mortar and Pestle Marinade

My husband and I relocated to Miami Beach a little less than two weeks ago for a job he accepted, and from our previous visits, we knew where we were moving to — a strip of land enriched with an amount of culture that would force us to constantly remind ourselves we were still on U.S. 461 more words

Recipe Posts