Sometimes the journey of life leads you down a path of undeniable triumph, sometimes it takes you to a place shrouded in shadows. Like a Florida highway in the middle of the night, trying to get to a place that feels warm and the people aren't untamable demons. The older I get, I can't help but . . .
How many people have you unfriended because they constantly ask you to play candy crush? How many people have you unfriended because they tag you in the most random post at least twice a week? How do you stop those "tasty" videos from showing up in your feed? Like, are people really cooking that . . .
Tentatively titled- The Issue With Posting In 2 Different Places. But that was too long. This coming Sunday we're hosting another Sunday Supper, same time same place. With dining fare that pays homage to one of the greatest to grace the culinary atmosphere, Edna Lewis. Pickled . . .
Carving paths, moving mountains, parting oceans. It's these words that I play in the back of my mind constantly. A daily affirmation of excellence, in constant pursuit of defying expectations (stereotypes). With these words, images of people also spin like a proverbial Ferris wheel of . . .
"Belle Calas! Tout Chauds, Madam!" Ms. Mattie, waved her hands dramatically, giving me her best interpretation of how the Calas women would walk the streets of New Orleans with baskets perched on their heads. While I tried my hardest to roll the cold rice into balls, unsuccessfully. "Mo guaranti . . .
This Sunday at 6pm a group of people, some of whom have never meet; will gather together at one dinner table laden with cornbread, braised pork, rice grits and red peas. Yet the deeper part of it all, is the diversity of the people who fill those chairs. If only that was the same . . .
One of the most devastating and heartbreaking obstacles I've faced in my life, is the fact that it seems to be a requirement (that is if you're a "responsible adult") to get up early in the morning. Let me rephrase that.. Get up early in the morning to get your kids . . .
Happy 2016! Hope y'all enjoyed your holidays. I figured what better way to kick off a new year than with something wholesome, tasty and fried. Because I'm generous and thoughtful to your diet-detox-waist training situation like that. Savory chicken salad wrapped in . . .
Tis the season of giving, so here is one more recipe that finds it’s way on my table during the holidays. Biscuits. Or Sour Cream and Onion biscuits to be more precise. It’s no secret that I eat biscuits like potato chips. You can find evidence of this sitting on my kitchen counter in abundant . . .
The weather is a bit fickle this year.. Does it want to rain? How about freezing temps one morning then warm enough for short sleeves the next? Let me not complain though, because I'm seeing winter wonderland pictures via Instagram that make me cringe. Y'all can keep the snow and I'll stick with . . .