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How to develop healthy eating habits

Eating.  It’s an essential function for human survival, and Americans tend to have a peculiar relationship with it. With New Year’s resolutions on the mind,...

How to celebrate the new year like the rest of the world

Tomorrow is the last day of 2020. Yes, it’s finally the end to a seemingly unending year overstacked with tragedy. But instead of mustering...

Culturas Cuisine: Tuna Casserole

For about 20 years, I despised both tuna and mayonnaise. Between the texture and smell, it was too much for me. However, one of...

Your guide to a budget-friendly gifting season!

As gifting season rolls in, the time to be creative follows in close pursuit. With unemployment remaining above pre-pandemic levels, this holiday season may...

Celebrate a multicultural National Cookie Day!

Biscuits. Galletas. Keks. Koekje.  No matter where you are in the world, there is a word for your favorite to-go-sized delicacy. Derived from the Dutch...

Culturas Cuisine: Tortillas de Harina

To kick off Hispanic Heritage Month, Culturas co-founder Sonia Smith-Kang brings us her recipe for tortillas de harina. Can you tell us more about your...

With international help, a Beirut restaurant rebuilds

Aline Kamakian’s father had a dream to show the world Armenian cuisine. He passed when she was 17, but his vision lived on.  “His dream...

L.A. Black restaurant week

Los Angeles Black Restaurant week runs August 7 to August 16. The week celebrates the flavors of Southern California,  where the participating vendors range...

Happy National Junk Food Day! 

July 21st is National Junk Food Day and for those who are like me, we know we shouldn’t eat junk food. But it’s just...

‘Without culture, you’re lost’: Our Mothers’ Kitchens reclaims black womanhood through food and writing

For Khaliah D. Pitts and Shivon Pearl Love, cooking is activism. It’s art. It’s prayer. The pair, self-described “sister-friends"...
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