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September 16, 2006

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Tammy

I LOVE reading your blog and feel more connected to the world. I know you are being safe but be extra careful. Now that fall is coming I can't wait to make Napali Tea! Thanks for sharing!!!

Kerstin

I feel saddened by the changes that you describe in Nepal; this has unfortunately become a standard in many beautiful countries around the world. Perhaps it is just how this world evolves and hopefully one day the political tide will change once more and bring back more peace again to these parts of the world.

In any case, that recipe sounds doable and I just might give it a try on one of those cooler autumn nights? Do they have Lipton tea in the US? I will look out for it.

Thanks for a lovely post, and stay safe in your travels.

Kerstin

Kim G.

Bonnie -
How fascinating! I LOVE tea (not a coffee drinker at all) so this sounds great. Although, I've never bought cardemom pods before so I might have to find a good source for those! Hope your class goes well and that you get a chance to enjoy more travels within your great adopted country.

deirdre

All those spices sound yummy. Tea is always my first choice.

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