Daughters of the Dust Style Ancestors Table

“With Daughters of the Dust, Julie Dash managed to highlight the diversity within the African-American experience. She did so by giving voice and agency to a group that had become invisible. The question of who controls the images and representations of people of...
APPLE TART

APPLE TART

1 stick butter 1 cup sugar 1 egg 1 cup flour Apples Brown sugar Lemon juice Apple pie spice Mix butter with sugar until creamy. Crack an egg in and mix then add flour. Mix sliced and peeled apples with brown sugar depending on sweetness of apples. Squeeze lemon juice...
BRAZILIAN COLLARD GREENS

BRAZILIAN COLLARD GREENS

This easy and quick recipe from Brazil allows you to make greens in no time at all while keeping them a beautiful sparkly emerald green.   You get to retain more of the nutrients and get out of the kitchen faster. You can make kale, swiss chard, or any greens in...
JAPANESE STYLE GREEN BEAN SALAD

JAPANESE STYLE GREEN BEAN SALAD

blanch the green beans. slice onion into thin strips. you can throw it in cold water to get some of the sting out. slice kohlrabi into thin strips. toss together with a spicy sesame seed dressing – we used chili flakes, chili paste, soy sauce, some pickle...
TRINDADIAN CORN SOUP

TRINDADIAN CORN SOUP

“Good soup is one of the prime ingredients of good living.  For soup can do more to lift the spirits and stimulate the appetite than any other one dish.” – Louis P. De Gouy, ‘The Soup Book’ (1949) The first time I had this soup, it...