An Interview with Tracye McQuirter, Author of By Any Greens Necessary

In our seemingly never-ending quest to lose weight and eat more healthfully, Black women have a new motivating resource and guide in Tracye McQuirter and her recently released book, By Any Greens Necessary: A Revolutionary Guide for Black Women Who Want to Eat Great, Get Healthy, Lose Weight, and Look Phat. A nutritionist and 20-year […]

Cooking with the Washington Youth Garden: Fresh Asparagus, Spinach and Mint Tea

I’m sure the parents of the 3rd and 4th graders from two D.C. area public charter schools would be amazed by their children’s enjoyment of asparagus and cherry tomatoes, sautéed spinach, and fresh mint tea. Being that I only started enjoying asparagus last year, I was definitely impressed, but that just goes to show the […]

Blogalicious ’09: In the Company of
My Sister Bloggers

This time last week I was rushing off to catch a flight down to Atlanta for Blogalicious 2009, a conference for women of color bloggers. As I settled in at the W Midtown and checked into the conference Friday evening, my surroundings of talented and dynamic women, including the thorough conference organizers of MamaLaw Media Group, made it immediately […] is a Winner!
Thank You for Your Votes!!!

It’s official! After two months of soliciting your votes for the nomination and then for the final voting round, has won the award for Best Food Blog for the 2009 Black Weblog Awards. is the winner of both the Popular Vote and the Judges’ Vote, and I’m so grateful. Thank you to everyone who voted and encouraged […]

New Year Commitments to Quality Cooking

Featured Recipe: Braised cabbage with sliced carrots The end of January – it’s just about that time when many begin to back off those New Year’s resolutions, or at least lose a little of the gusto they had about making changes in their life during the new year. Whether or not you’re one to make […]

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