The Legacy of a Civil Rights Icon’s Vegetarian Cookbook

Adrian Miller, the author of Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbecue, remembers how for his family, holidays like Juneteenth always meant celebrating with food. “We went to the public celebrations in the Five Points neighborhood, Denver’s historic Black neighborhood. At those events, the celebrated foods were barbecue, usually pork spareribs, giant smoked turkey legs, watermelon, and red-colored drinks.”

To many Black Americans, barbecue and soul food mean victory. Cooking techniques passed down for generations speak to the fortitude and perseverance of Black culture and cuisine. But along with celebration comes the consideration of the health

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Iced coffee at home: Four simple recipes for how to make iced coffee

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An iced coffee is the ultimate summer beverage.

Starbucks and Costa both do brilliant offerings – but sometimes it can get a little expensive splashing out on daily drinks. 

The good news is that it’s really simple to make iced coffee at home – you can use instant coffee, pods or ground beans.

So if you’re looking to keep costs down – or if you simply don’t want to leave the house – you can recreate them for yourself. All you need is a few simple ingredients. 

It’s worth pointing out that to give your coffee a

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Marion organizations work together to address food insecurity

Ohio State Marion Student Paige Montgomery, 22, sets down a box of oranges during a free produce market. A recent study found that 26.7 percent of students surveyed at the campus dealt with food insecurity.

Summertime is usually a busy season for Whitney Gherman and other staff members at the Ohio State University Extension. 

Last summer, the social justice educator was involved in creating an urban farm with members of Mayes Community Temple Church, as well as distributing starter plans for King’s Temple Apostolic Church on how to grow healthy food. 

This year, OSU Extension provided meat for Logos Christian Ministries’ produce market on Saturday. The group plans to help other food pantries in Marion. 

Supplying fresh and healthy foods for the community has long been a priority for Gherman, who specializes in food access. 

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Bill Clinton Rejected Queen Elizabeth’s Tea To Eat Indian Food And ‘Be A Tourist’ In UK

Recently declassified documents by the United Kingdom have revealed how former US President Bill Clinton wanted to try out Indian food instead of having tea with Queen Elizabeth during his official state visit to UK in 1997. 

According to the documents, Mr Clinton had visited England to meet the newly elected Prime Minister Tony Blair at the time and turned down the offer of having tea with Queen Elizabeth because he wanted to go shopping and eat Indian food, reported CNN.

Also read: Queen Elizabeth II Reacts To Meghan Markle’s Racism Claims, Says ‘Whole Family Is Saddened’

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