I love collecting little cups and bowls from different places, and I recently discovered one to add to the collection at the Georgia O'Keeffe museum in downtown Santa Fe. It's handmade out of stoneware clay and has a thumb indent (hence the name "thumb-cup") so it fits perfectly in your hand.
Along with the debut of my new favorite cup, here is a delicious, wholesome recipe for almond-cashew golden milk with chai--it's a mouthful of goodness! It may seem a bit wintry, but it's just as tasty served cold, and oh so good you.
My best friend Heather came to visit me this past week and we got to talking about homemade nut milk. I reiterated how simple it is to make and promised to walk her through it. Lately I've been into making almond-macadamia milk, but alas, I was out of macadamia nuts and Heather mentioned that they're too expensive to buy anyhow, good point. So, improvise we did! We ended up making a creamy almond-cashew milk, softly sweetened with a few dates. Of course you could substitute any milk or milk alternative of your choice.