No matter our financial situation, there are always those monthly/weekly bills to pay e.g., food, gas, electricity, rent, mortgage, etc. Even though they are relatively small bills in themselves when added together, the amounts can be quite scary, especially if you are not in a good financial situation. Then along come a much larger bill or two such as car insurance and tax etc. You do not know where to turn.

This is where personal bad credit loans come in; they are not for everyone but can be of great help to some people. These bad credit loans are designed … Read More

These are unprecedented times. It seems like the whole world has been brought to its knees, from the rapid and destructive spread of COVID-19 to the protests in response to police brutality and the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd. The food industry isn’t exempt. So as things develop, we’ve asked people working in the food industry, from coast to coast, to share what they’re seeing in their communities, how they’ve been affected, and how they’re responding.

Tuesday, July 7

“The American Indian Movement and the Black civil rights movement—we’ve always supported each other.”

Robert Rice, Pow

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WESTWOOD, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 11: Selena Gomez attends the Premiere of Universal Pictures’ “Dolittle” at Regency Village Theatre on January 11, 2020 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Tibrina Hobson/FilmMagic)
WESTWOOD, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 11: Selena Gomez attends the Premiere of Universal Pictures’ “Dolittle” at Regency Village Theatre on January 11, 2020 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Tibrina Hobson/FilmMagic)

During early quarantine, many of us were cooking up a storm, finding creative ways to use pantry ingredients and a lot of time stuck inside. Now, many months in, inspiration has faded. Fear not, though, because Selena Gomez’s new quarantine cooking show will soon be streaming to get your motivated once again. Yesterday, the first trailer for the HBO Max show, which is officially titled Selena + Chef, dropped. As

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This workhorse can chop, slice, shred, and purée many different ingredients—and probably far faster than you can with a knife and cutting board. Some models can even knead dough and grind meat. It’s definitely a lifesaver when cooking for a crowd or preparing multiple batches of a recipe. In those situations, a bigger model with a capacity of 11 to 16 cups might be ideal.

If storage space is tight, a 7-cup model is fine for most tasks and is still plenty useful, especially because it can be difficult to process small amounts (say, a few cloves of garlic) in

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Money is one of the most crucial aspects of life. It is what people need to survive during the most desperate time. Sustaining growth in this current global state is challenging without financial support. However, due to the limited paychecks, the ability to spend money for multiple reasons is also reduced. One who is dependent on their salaries cannot pay more than they earn. This is a big problem in expensive cities. Large metropolitan cities have high expenditures as well. The cost of living, shelter, travel, and food combined can alone take up most of a person’s salary. In cases … Read More

Photo credit: Khadija Horton
Photo credit: Khadija Horton

From Cosmopolitan

Growing up, watching cooking shows always felt so comforting to me. My Queen Ina Garten would shine down on me every afternoon from her Hamptons home, while Giada De Laurentiis would bring her Italian staples right to my living room. It wasn’t until I got older that I realized the representation in the food world isn’t even close to what it should be. And while I still bow down to Ina and Giada, they’re not representative of the culinary world as a whole.

These Black food bloggers, recipe developers, and content creators are sharing

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