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Orange & Ginger Glazed Baby Back Ribs
An easy recipe for baby back ribs. Great for Father's Day, which is right around the corner.
Oxtail Stew With Coconut Rice and Black Beans
Looking for a twist to your Holiday fare? Then try this easy recipe for Oxtail Stew with Coconut Rice and Black Beans.
Paper Puzzle, by Harold Michael Harvey, a Review
A review of suspense thriller, Paper Puzzle, by Harold Michael Harvey. A southern fiction novel, based in Macon, Georgia.
Peas & Rice is Always Nice
Peas&Rice always makes a great side dish. Try this recipe out. Not just for holidays, but any day of the week will do.
Pecan Pie Deluxe
The holidays are just around the corner. Here is a delightful and easy recipe for Pecan Pie! Enjoy!
Perceptions of African-Americans
With all of the hate and ignorance towards Black people, what is more hurtful and harmful, are those within the African-American community who share those same perceptions and prejudices; systematically destroying a people from within. First of two parts.
Permission Slips, by Sherri Shepherd
A book review of Sherri Shepherd's, Permission Slips.
Some might suggest that they have nothing to do with politics. However you make decisions or come to conclusions on how to live your life, you have entered the arena of politics. However one chooses to live their life, once you begin to put into motion those beliefs, you are now politicking.
Pita Pocket with Grilled Flank Steak
A delicious quick meal, perfect for lunch or dinner.
Politically Correct or Politically Smart
Are you automatically politically smart if you are politically correct? Not necessarily. We can say all the right things to the right people, and still be politically ignorant to what is going on around us, and what is best for us.
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