by Dani NBC News has called him “the most interesting man in politics this November.” Newly released polls show Greg Orman (I) leading long-time Kansas Senator Pat Roberts (R) by seven points, a few weeks before Election Day. Roberts, who survived a scathing Republican primary against a Tea party candidate, initially seemed surprised by theRead More…
Another Blackistani strikes again.
If you don’t live in Atlanta, I’m so sorry you’ll be missing this. Because on September 28, we’re holding a NEKKID discussion about what relationship issues specifically plague African American women in Atlanta. The topics are so juicy you’ll temporarily reconsider your slavishness to the “Real Housewives” franchise. Sponsored by ONYX and DateWhoYouWant.com, we’ll tackle the following issues:
How important is sex………..? And when does it become the deal breaker….?
Here are a few tips to bridging the communication gap with your stylist:
If you’re a product junkie, just move along. Nothing to see here.
This is a special request from member Pearl Rose. Right now Thai cuisine is what everyone is craving. This is a simple, yet appealing and delicious way to enjoy this food right at home. Elegant, sophisticated, mind blowing wiggle your toes flavor will have you coming back for seconds and thirds. Enjoy this with a chilled glass of white wine (sparkling apple juice for you Pearl) and a wonderful salad, and you’ll magically be transported to the mystical land of Bangkok. Enjoy my Friends. Stay Hungry!
Fellas, can I speak to you a second?
What is happening is a fundamental economic shift that is resulting in a profound social change between the sexes. As usual this shift started happening within the black community first and has now filtered out to the general population. We are moving from an industrial economy and all of those great paying but physically demanding male dominated manufacturing jobs. Jobs that supported families black and white and built communities towards a knowledge based economy which requires a different set of skills. Skills that women and specifically black women are attaining at greater rates than their male cohorts.
It seems like every week there’s a new anti-swirling article on so-called black women’s interest blogs, and I have to wonder why. I mean, we’re so trivial…right? Why all the attention?
Everyone wants the most flattering, blingiest, and sexiest come-hither lipstick. Traditionally pinks and reds are best to brighten your grill, but before you raid the MAC makeup counter, you might want to take a good look at what your mouth looks like naked. What’s those pearly whites looking like these days?
In a way, it can be understood how Americans see all people with varying degrees of African ancestry as being black, but…
I know its been a minute since I last wrote but in my defense I have been working ten hour days, building my own empire on a computer that finally crapped on me last week. Now I am handy-capped with the beta of all computers, a PC. Blah.
Toni drops the knowledge…again!
Could the store-brand treatment work for your hair type?
After consulting with focus groups, The Bank of Canada removed the image of a woman who was deemed to be too “Asian-looking” from the back of its new hundred-dollar bill. The original image was of a woman with Asian features using a microscope; after the revision, a woman with an ear-length feathered hairstyle and fair-skin is shown peering into the eyepiece of a microscope, i.e., a white women was used
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I made Shrimp Etouffee’ for a southern style banquet in 1986. This one is just Louisiana Shrimp recipe I have. The shrimp are great! Flavorful, tender, great! I figured what better dish to give the Shrimp a test run than the New Orleans Cuisine classic, Etouffee. Be forewarned, this dish is not for the health conscious; as a matter of fact, you may want to keep a defibrillator in the dining room. There’s butter and plenty of it!
I always buy shell on shrimp, why? For the same reason I buy bone in cuts of meat. Stock. The amount of shrimp you’re using for this recipe will produce just enough Shrimp Stock, plus a little extra (recipe below). Shrimp stock only needs to cook for about 45 minutes to 1 hour.
For most of the country, the grilling season will be ending soon. Those of you who are lucky enough to be able to grill all year around, these are the perfect grillers. T-bones (or porterhouse if you prefer) have the most succulent, juicy, steak flavor you have ever tasted, served with Easy Spicy Roasted Potatoes shown below, roasted corn or grilled vegetables this will complete the perfect meal for an outdoor event. You’re favorite beverage, a few friends and good food. What more could anybody ask for? Maybe, just another cold beer. Be hungry my friends.
This couple is so stinkin’ cute!