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Happy Women’s History Month

Happy Women’s History Month

Happy Women’s History Month! Today, Sunday, March 7th at 3pm ET/12pm PT I will be speaking with Dr. Maia Walton MD on Instagram Live about allergies and gluten intolerance in the Black community. Please join us.

Fried Corn

Fried Corn

Jimmy crack corn, I don’t care,Jimmy crack corn, I don’t care,Jimmy crack corn, I don’t care,Ole Massa gone away. No one is certain about the origin of Jimmy Crack Corn but it was a minstrel tune that was likely borrowed from enslaved African American people 

Happy Black History Month

Happy Black History Month

I am taking a break from the kitchen today in honor of my ancestors. Happy Black History Month to you all! I would be remiss if I did not add something to the current conversation about being Black in America. Black In Real Life is 

Beef Spring Rolls

Beef Spring Rolls

With respect to the African American Heritage Diet, plant based does not mean meat free. Because much of what was consumed by our ancestors came from their own farms and gardens, adding small amounts of meat to almost every vegetable dish imaginable was a way 

Green Sauce Salmon

Green Sauce Salmon

I am a committed seafood lover. My love persists despite the notion I was a vegetarian for 20 years. Even maligned frog legs appeal greatly to me, surely they qualify as seafood, and really, they do taste like chicken. The Green Sauce Salmon occurred quite 

Everything Bagel & Lox Salad

Everything Bagel & Lox Salad

The basis of the African American Heritage diet pyramid are greens like collards, turnip and mustard. The basis of the Everything Bagel & Lox Salad are organic greens but don’t use collard, turnip nor mustard greens. We cook those particular greens for hours for a