Summer blesses us with some of the tastiest heirloom tomatoes in a rainbow of colors as well as ripe sweet watermelons of every shape, color and size. This Tomato and Watermelon Salad Recipe is a favorite with my students with or without cheese.
Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg have created an awesome film inspired by Richard Morais’ book “The Hundred-Foot Journey” published in July 2010.
For all those Kale phobic peeps, here’s a simple, healthy and delicious recipe that can be made year round. I’ve developed a love for kale salad over the past year or so and can never seem to get enough of these full flavored nutrient packed greens.
I knew that my African American forbears were rolling in there graves as I made this dish. I can tell you, you’ll never look at collards and black eyed peas the same after tasting this nutritious and delicious dish. Say a prayer and let the spirit guide you, as you cook this gorgeous fusion of collard and black eyed peas. It’s a veritable marriage of two great soul foods in one pot.
I discovered the lush Sacramento and San Joaquin River Delta agricultural region and the city of Brentwood over twenty years ago. There were many farms in Bentwood then, before several were converted into large tract home developments. This area has had a rich agricultural heritage going back to the early 1900’s with major crops like cherries, corn and peaches. Sadly, many farms are disappearing and many families have tired of farming decided to move on.