Hibiscus Ice Cream Float

Hibiscus Ice Cream Float

Many of you are probably too young to know it, but there was a song by Tower of Power that came out in 1976 that has been running through my mind tonight. The hook goes: I can’t to see the slaughter but still I eat 

Mahi Mahi Tacos

Mahi Mahi Tacos

Frankly, I’m having a hard time focusing and I don’t care who knows. The killings, disrespect, blatant ignorance, the deaths of innocent Black people, I am just overwhelmed. I haven’t been cooking much because I have been sick though I will relay my experience as 

Superb Smothered Chicken

Superb Smothered Chicken

Happy Women’s History Month! The 2020 Women’s History Month theme is “Valiant Women of the Vote.” The theme honors “the brave women who fought to win suffrage rights for women, and for the women who continue to fight for the voting rights of others.” I 

Tasty Teff

Tasty Teff

I grew up dining upon rice at least once a week, perhaps more, so it is with great displeasure I have ceased consumption due to alarming high levels of arsenic. If you follow me you know I’m a quinoa queen but am also open to 

Caribbean Cod

Caribbean Cod

The first time I went to Ghana in 1992 I recall a cousin of my father’s colleague saying when he attended college in the United States it had been a culture shock for him. However, when he first visited Jamaica, well, that felt like home. 

Navy Beans

Navy Beans

When my mother was growing up in Mississippi, lunch was called dinner and what we know as dinner was supper. Dinner, served around noon was the heaviest meal of the day. Quite a few European, Central and South American cultures still follow the same way