Tip 1: Print on both sides of the paper. Use one sided flyers and brochures that land in your mail box for printing at home.
Tip 2: Use reusable grocery bags as opposed to plastic or paper bags.
The prices of these reusable grocery bags have come down to about a dollar, sometimes even less, all the more reason to buy and use them.
On my usual morning stroll through the blogs last weekend came upon this mouth watering Souree Sour that Cynthia had posted on Tastes like Home that made me stop in my tracks. I had to abandon my stroll to rush off and pen a request for the recipe with mango which landed in my mail box the same day. Thanks Cynthia, though I am not familiar with and don't know where to find Souree I did have some green mango handy. Followed her recipe exactly but for the addition of sugar. Zlamushka says this will be a good contribution for Tried and Tasted (T&T), methinks too. So here goes. I have enjoyed Cynthia's delicious recipes, love reaing her weekly columns and am glad to participate. Thanks Zlamushka.
1. 1 Green Mango roughly peeled and chopped, save the seed with a bit of flesh on it
2. 3 Red chilies roughly broken up (I used kashmiri chilies)
3. 1 tsp of salt (or to taste)
4. 1 tsp of brown sugar
5. 1 cup of water
1. In a sauce pan combine the mangoes, chilies and enough water to cover the mangoes
2. Bring to a boil with the lid on and then in medium heat simmer till the magoes become soft and all water is gone.
3.Mash the mangoes with a spoon and add the salt and sugar.
4. simmer for a minute more.
We enjoyed them with chapathis.