Photo credit: Khadija Horton
Photo credit: Khadija Horton

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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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(Photo: RYOT Studio; Photos courtesy of Noëlle Boyer)
(Photo: RYOT Studio; Photos courtesy of Noëlle Boyer)

Of course, my husband and I were excited to see the two pink lines confirming my third pregnancy. But soon, dread started to set in.

It was dread for the impending first-trimester nausea, food aversions, sensitivity to smells and overall fatigue that I have come to expect in my pregnancies, knowing that what I usually love to do — cook meals at home for my family — becomes significantly more difficult to handle when I can barely stand the sight, smell and even thought of food.

One of my personal pregnancy quirks

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Salt is often the difference between a good dish and great dish. To season with it right and well, it’s helpful to understand the different types of salts and the best ways to use them.

Where does salt come from?

True “sea salt” is harvested from shallow marshes, ponds or other low-lying areas. It comes from either sunshine and wind evaporating the water and leaving behind the salt or from raking salt off the surface of still water.

Other cooking salts come from solution mining. After water dissolves salt deposits, the brine solution is

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The 45th edition of the Toronto Intl. Film Festival (Sept. 10-19) will be like no other. There’s a scaled-down number of in-person screenings at only five venues including two drive-ins and an open-air theater. Although the fans and premieres will be online, Toronto’s hotels and restaurants are re-open and ready for business with new health, safety and enhanced cleaning protocols and consideration for the public health of locals and visitors. At restaurants, there’s more outside seating and an embrace of the outdoors, when weather permits, capacity is reduced and servers are masked. Delivery services have ramped up and to-go options

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When it comes to the subject of effective search engine optimization, is this a process that you should go alone? Some people may be willing to give it a try, but this might not be the best approach if you are looking for serious, impactful results. Rather than muddle your way through the process, you would be better served to work with a professional SEO service. Such professionals can help you achieve your search engine optimization goals, and they can do so with no wasted time or effort.

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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