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 

Guaymas Shrimp

Guaymas Shrimp

There are a number of things people don’t know about Tucson. Esteban, the first recorded African explorer in North America came through what is now Tucson in about 1538. Esteban Park in the historical Dunbar-Springs neighborhood, named after famed poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, is the 

The Ultimate Macaroni & Cheese

The Ultimate Macaroni & Cheese

In 1940’s Mississippi my mother says much of the cheese was white in color i.e. without colored additives, and not pasteurized or “raw.” Raw cheese contains beneficial probiotics, active bacteria which help the digestive system function. Many people of color are known to suffer from 

Sweet Potato Brulee

Sweet Potato Brulee

My Organic Sweet Potato Pudding is a favorite of friends and family.

Black Christmas In The Desert

Black Christmas In The Desert

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