Tag: African Diaspora

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.

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 

Pan Fried Mahi Mahi

Pan Fried Mahi Mahi

Apparently, August is National Catfish Month. I grew up on the delicacy caught by my Uncles in the Reservoir (people from Mississippi understand) or by the kind of Black men who you knew would always be there if you ever needed them to be. Eschewed 

Soul Seasoned Fries

Soul Seasoned Fries

The Mayor and Tucson City Council last night decided not to step into the 21st Century but double down on a $2 million dollar increase to the Tucson Police Department, an entity that has proven itself more lethal, i.e. racist, than the prevailing crime rate 

21st Century Tales

21st Century Tales

I used to tutor Brown, Black and White elementary school children in after school programs. The first Black principal in Tucson Unified School District, Dr. Anna Jolivet used to be the principal at a school I tutored at; her husband Clarence Jolivet was a descendant 

5 Minute Zucchini

5 Minute Zucchini

Mom used to make this in the 80’s, my updated version is for 2020 – quick, simple, tasty and healthy. I wanted to eat the entire saucepan but I shared. Thank you to the people that continuously share with me and the world. 5 Minute