I made salmon for dinner tonight. The salmon had a fishy odor to it. Fish with such an odor is old, so it was time to cook it, get rid of it. I accompanied the blackened fish with a new spin on an African American Heritage diet staple, Jerk Cabbage. Great pairing for sure. Yet, something else stank worse than the salmon tonight. The stench of racism coming out of President Chump’s foul garbage hole is a five alarm emergency many don’t seem prepared for.
I know some people don’t want to rid the United States of racist practices in housing, employment, education and the criminal injustice system because they believe they will be the someone left holding a smaller bag. They do not want to share the wealth; nor community build, join together for the greater good or simply be a citizen of the world.
No one is a greater role model for the selfish set than President Trump. Lessons about sharing and cooperation are usually taught in Kindergarten. The mythical excuse of the Right for not equally distributing OUR OWN TAX DOLLARS is that we don’t work hard enough. We are lazy thus unworthy of even being considered valid, valuable. African Heritage Diet dishes like Jerk Cabbage and Classic Southern Sauteed Cabbage are created for communion. The first couples’ bout of corona will help them with the concept of interdependence surely.
- Paring Knife
- Large Knife
- Heat Resistant Spatula
- Cutting Board
- Large Frying Pan
- 1 Small Organic Cabbage, chiffonaded
- ¼ cup Organic Salted Butter Vegans – Use Earth Balance Buttery Spread
- 3 tbsp Organic Olive Oil
- 2 cloves Organic Garlic, thinly sliced
- 2 Organic Green Onions, chopped
- 1 cube Not Beef Bouillon
- 1½ tbsp Organic Tamari Sauce
- ¼ tsp Jamaican Curry Seasoning
- ⅛ tsp Walkerswood Hot & Spicy Traditional Jerk Seasoning Add more if you like it hot.
- Heat butter and olive oil to medium heat.
- Wash and cut vegetables. Be sure to remove the center core of the cabbage as it is inedible.
- Once pan is hot, add garlic, cabbage stirring constantly.
- Add 1 tsp. water and the bouillon cube to a microwave safe container and heat for 10 seconds. Using a spoon, stir the mixture until the cube is completely dissolved in the water. Pour over the cabbage and stir to evenly incorporate the flavors.
- Reduce heat and allow to cook 15 minutes covered.
- Remove pan from heat and top with chopped green onions. Serve immediately.