Month: November 2017

Sweet Corn and Jalapeno Baked Flautas | Thug Kitchen

Sweet Corn and Jalapeno Baked Flautas | Thug Kitchen

Photography Credit: Ashlee Harvey Apologies for the wait! I’m so ready to tell you about my experience making flautas. I want to start by saying that I was supposed to use green chile instead of jalapenos. Bath cans were stacked right next to each other […]

Organic Edible Gardening with Instar Farm’s Erika Nolan | Hollygrove Market and Farm

Organic Edible Gardening with Instar Farm’s Erika Nolan | Hollygrove Market and Farm

Gardening has been one of my passions ever since I was about 5 years old. Around that time, my grandmother showed me how to grow strawberries at her house. I completely attribute my love of gardening to her. I can’t guarantee how much of the […]

Grilled Eggplant with Soba Noodles | Thug Kitchen

Grilled Eggplant with Soba Noodles | Thug Kitchen

  I haven’t made a Japanese-inspired dish is such a long time…or ever maybe. Realizing that I was really nervous to try to make it, especially with an ingredient I have never even purchased before,  which was eggplant. But I didn’t really have much of […]

What I’m Reading

What I’m Reading

  Even though the title of this text is “Sistah Vegan,” it is by no means a vegan cookbook. Instead, I can best describe it as a collection of personal memoirs of Black female vegans and their connection to veganism and how it relates to […]

Table for One

Table for One

Sometimes I take myself out on Brunch dates to remind myself that I matter. It may seem a little silly to ask the host or hostess for a table for 1, but it’s actually pretty normal. When you arrive at the front door of the […]


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