Foods for Thoughts

Feeding Tasty Knowledge: A closer look at Afro-Canadians and politics and why we need to pay attention

On October 21, 2019, Mr. Justin (blackface) Trudeau leader of the Liberal party in Canada, won his second term as Canada’s Prime Minister. If you happen to watch Canadian news you would have heard that Mr. Trudeau did blackface on 4 occasions in his adult years! As part of the usual political mudslinging, someone leaked […]

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Foods for ThoughtsRecipes

Irie’s Stress Free Fried Chicken Sandwich

By now, everyone has heard about or has seen the Popeyes Chicken sandwich frenzy that happened a few weeks ago. In an effort to keep up and outpace their biggest competitors (McDonalds, Chick-Fil-A, Wendy’s, KFC, and Burger King), Popeyes concocted a slick product launch of their first-ever fried chicken sandwich on August 12. Fast food […]

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Jamaican FoodsRecipes

Breakfast of Champions- Green Banana Porridge

Spring has sprung and it’s time to get outside and start working on your summer body.  Although you should have been working on your body during the winter hibernation, nothing is better than exercising outside.  I love riding my bike but my drug of choice is running.  I can run for miles and just feel so freakin […]

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Foods for ThoughtsJamaican FoodsRecipes

Ackee & Cod Fish An Anti-inflammatory Dish

Inflammation is related to our immune system and is a necessary part of our body’s healing process.  Inflammation works as a healing mechanism.  For example, your knee sustains a blow and tissues need care and protection so it begins to swell. Another sign of healing by inflammation is when you have a cut/wound, it swells in the begging […]

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