The business of life

The creatives are brewing! Vendor Pop-up Potluck Saturday March 9th@ Organic Spring Market


When they get it! G-Spot hosts a daycation 1/19/19@ Soul House Retreat!

When they get it! G-Spot hosts a daycation 1/19/19@ Soul House Retreat!

We welcome Shana Gatrey and and her tea business to our home today. Thank You for gathering our sisters together and hosting this amazing daycation. You see our vision!

I am.... The Host and Organic Spring Market will be Lit!

I am.... The Host and  Organic Spring Market will be Lit!

I am all this, I am none of this,  I am dope af, I am...forever changing.  

March 9th I will be hosting the first of many Organic Markets in Birmingham Al @the home of Fevers Grill  be there.

 


Note to self~ Stay focus

Note to self~ Stay focus

Lastly, Strike while the iron is hot. A year from now you are going to wish you started today. Once you start don't stop. The day you quit is the day you stop winning.


Good Luck and Big Bucks Happy New Year 2019

Good Luck and Big Bucks Happy New Year 2019

Carver was an African-American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor. The exact day and year of his birth are unknown, but he is believed to have been born into a slave family in Missouri, in the early 1860’s. He published 44 bulletins on the cultivation and use of a range of these crops, and a number of them contained recipes. Bulletin No. 13 How to Cook the Cow Pea, published in 1908

Here's one of his recipes

Chow Chow of Peas.

Take one quart of tender peas in the pod, one quart of shelled green peas, one quart of green tomatoes, chopped, one quart of chopped onions, one pint of chopped peppers (half green and half ripe) half a cup of white mustard seed, half cup of salt, four stalks of celery chopped fine. Add sugar and curry powder to taste. The peas should be put into cold water and brought to a boil, drop in a lump of soda the size of a pea, boil until one-third cooked, drain water off thoroughly, wash in cold water, drain and chop before adding the other ingredients. Cover with cold vinegar.

excerpt from http://www.theoldfoodie.com/2013/02/ideas-for-cow-peas-1908.htm