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Classic Cookbooks—More Than Just Recipes (Part 2)

Many of the cookbooks in my mother-in-law’s vast collection reflected the love of Southern cooking that she never left behind when she moved to Buffalo as a young mother.  993 more words

Book Reviews

"9 paid vacation days and retirement for this busy little bee" by Gabriel Smith

Busy little bee, busy little me            

We throw money we don’t have at the type of education we think we want. 

I come to class, my two beaming red cents… 169 more words

History as a Major or an Obligation by Gabriel Smith

Usually when people ask me what my major is, they are quite surprised when I reply “History”. Instantly as if automatically they ask “So you plan to  250 more words


alexiscwrites reblogged this on Northeast Ohio Scholars Corner and commented:

An excellent example of someone that found their passion in college.

BHMPC Day 16 - Tuskegee University

My mom and aunt both attended this historic university in the early 1960s when it was known as Tuskegee Institute.

Black History Month

A New Hat!!!

Hello people. I hope all has been well with you. So, before you get all crazy and press the X or the backspace button this is not a post about real hats. 369 more words