Lobsang Wangdu shares with you his personal Tibetan recipes. Tibetan food has the unique quality of being extra warming. Maybe because Tibet is so high and so often cold, Tibetan food developed this special quality. We don't know, but in addition to tasting AMAZINGLY good, it definitely warms you up!
We're proud to say one of our recipes — for sepen, Tibetan hot sauce — has been featured in the New York Times dining section along with an article that quoted YoWangdu's Lobsang Wangdu talking about Tibetan food in exile.
One of Tibet's greatest gift to us is the profound and beautiful spiritual path of Tibetan Buddhism, which offers tools and hope to anyone who wishes to live a more meaningful life, experience joy, be relieved of emotional pain and suffering, and generally be a more calm and happy human being. It's no accident that the Tibetan people, known for their enduring kindness, resilience and good cheer, are inextricably connected to Tibetan Buddhism. We don't pretend to be experts on this vast, deep and ancient spiritual tradition, but we are profoundly curious and keen to know more. Explore with us if you wish, whether as a curious newcomer who is simply interested to know more about this gentle and free spiritual path, or an experienced practitioner, walking the path with beginner's mind.
We are always interesting in learning more about the ancient, deep spiritual traditions of Tibet, and will be happy to share great, original (unpublished) explorations of Tibetan Buddhist culture as guest posts. If you have a thought about a story you would like to share, please contact us here: http://www.yowangdu.com/contact.html