Super delicious, easy to make, and most importantly, it's a healthier option for you than your standard ordinary slice of pizza!
It's all about the toppings, and less being more! The ease of using a ready-made flatbread and/or naan bread of your choice, heating it on a grill, and topping it with beneficial olive oil, pesto, and your favorite fresh toppings makes it and clean eating delicious experience! Oh, did I mention you don't even miss the mozzarella on top!
Try this deliciously easy flatbread recipe and add your own twist to it!
Remember, always make it your own!
Check out the recipe below, and also enjoy the live cooking demo from our weekly
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Mushroom Bruschetta on Grilled Flatbread
~Heat your pan on med/high heat and spray with cooking spray~
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This recipe was inspired by the delicious Beluga Lentil & Mushroom Soup I devoured that I picked up from a local farmer's market. While the market's version was scrumptious, this one I created is a bit more harty and instead of the mushrooms mixed in the lentil soup itself, I sauteed them to a crisp and loaded them on top of my filling version of the soup.
This soup is comforting, filling, and super satisfying all year round!
Abstract Lentil Soup & Crispy Mushrooms
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*H A P P Y I N T E R N A T I O N A L W O M E N 'S D A Y* ...it just hits a little different for black women.
International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of all women.
Unfortunately, for the black female, this hasn't always been our day of celebration.
The fight for women's rights was initially a 'white only' battle and victory, while black women were not only left out, but excluded all together from this celebration of equality with our white sisters. While we did fight like hell and contribute to the women's suffrage movement considerably (shouts out to my beloved Sorors of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.- Ida B. Wells and Mary Church Terrell, just to name a few), our reward came much later...much, much, later and still fails to hold full value.
"Today, Black women earn 61 cents on average for every dollar a white man makes, compared with 79 cents for white women. Researchers estimate that African American women lose more than $900,000 over their lifetime due to this gender and wage gap. Black women are also less safe: They are three times more likely to experience intimate partner violence and 1.4 times more likely to be killed by police compared with white women"
The above quote is a piece taken from an excellent informative article authored by a phenomenal writer and historian of science, Edna Bonhomme.
Read her entire insightful and profound piece by clicking below:
What is International Women’s Day for Black women?
It is a reminder of the erasure of Black feminist struggles.
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For the month of March, AC Art Of Food is hosting its Breakfast of Champions Challenge where we will swap out our usual breakfast fare of toast, eggs, pancakes, sausage, etc., for a
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