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How to Build an Indian Spice Cabinet (Lifehacker)

Indian cooking can seem complicated and convoluted to people who aren’t inherently familiar with it; all that grinding of various spice pastes—a dash of this, a smidgen of…

Four Young Females Who Have Reignited Poetry (Bookwitty)

Poetry is enjoying an upheaval on social media lately, and it’s been incredible to watch. From the poets of Tumblr to the poets of Instagram, poetry is having…

How to Make Your Own Advent Calendars (Tomato Ink Blog)

It’s officially Christmas season! Bring on the eggnog, nutmeg, fruit cakes, and the decking of the halls with boughs of holly and the fa-la-la-la-la. Best of all, bring…

Donate to the Best Animal Charities on Giving Tuesday (Tomato Ink Blog)

The holiday season — or what I like to call “the giving season” — is finally upon us (and so is Giving Tuesday on November 28). A lot of…

Every Nanny Job I’ve Ever Had (The Billfold)

Being a nanny wasn’t my wildest dream, but I found myself applying for multiple nanny jobs when I was nineteen. I was at a loose end, and it…

The Best Fair Trade Brands for Tea and Coffee (Tomato Ink Blog)

Fair trade — a term that is touted around a lot — is the practice of paying producers in developing countries a fair price for their goods. In…

How to Make Chikkis, Indian Peanut Brittle (Saveur)

On a drizzly weekend afternoon, I was at the supermarket and frazzled as I shopped for the week ahead, leapfrogging over numbers, lists, and this-week-only deals, when, without…

Best Fair Trade Chocolate Brands: Sweet, Sustainable Treats to Eat (Tomato Ink Blog)

Chocolate! Almost everyone adores it the world over, and it’s easy to see why. Chocolate has the ability to put a smile on people’s faces. It has the…

Savory Pumpkin Recipes You’ll Want to Make This Autumn (Tomato Ink Blog)

It is OFFICIALLY autumn, and we’re kicking things off in style over here on the TomatoInk Blog because autumn is the time to pumpkin all the things! As…

Stir-Fried Noodles and Samosas, Together At Last (Roads & Kingdoms)

It was a pleasantly warm morning, and little fluffy clouds chased each other across a crystal blue sky, but I wasn’t in the mood to appreciate any of…