Tag: food

Dogs eat better than 1 million children

Dogs eat better than 1 million children

| July 27, 2014

By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist The South African charity Feed a Child (http://www.feedachild.co.za/) chose to highlight child poverty in South Africa by portraying a little black boy being fed like a dog by a seemingly affluent white woman. In the ad, the boy has his head on the woman’s lap, at her feet, on his […]

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Free meals offered through Summer Food Service Program

| June 9, 2014

FORT WAYNE—The Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church announces plans to participate in the Summer Food Service Program. Free meals will be made available to all children 18 years of age and under and to persons over 18 years who are enrolled in a state-approved educational program for the mentally or physically disabled. Free meals will be […]

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Trans fats just as bad as lard

Trans fats just as bad as lard

| February 25, 2014

My “Lard,” everything was fried in lard and it tasted so good, until margarine, a hydrogenated vegetable oil now known as trans fat, was introduced.

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Spotlight on Jay Walker and his gourmet flavored rinds

Spotlight on Jay Walker and his gourmet flavored rinds

| January 24, 2014

My name is Jay Walker and I was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Ind., and I’m introducing a new texture in a variety of flavored gourmet pork, chicken and eventually turkey rinds.

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Shop for health, get wealth

Shop for health, get wealth

| December 13, 2013

Have you noticed that supermarkets and hospitals sell a great many things that cause disease? Can you imagine, under the same roof, supermarkets sell foods that cause disease and the drugs to treat them. I can’t believe it.

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Wendell Pierce providing healthy choices in the neighborhood

Wendell Pierce providing healthy choices in the neighborhood

| December 9, 2013

LET’S DO BETTER Absence of proper resources in underserved neighborhoods has been at the forefront of discussion since the 1960s riots. During that era, businesses began moving out of center-cities across America. Riots, however, were not the only reason entrepreneurs abandoned center-cities. Other explanations for the desertions were, “high crime and poor sales.” However, a […]

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Spotlight on JT’s Soul Food Restaurant

Spotlight on JT’s Soul Food Restaurant

| November 12, 2013

UP CLOSE WITH JEANIE Whatz up, babies? Once again, I need to share something else with you, that I feel is of great importance because I love you and I have a situation that I put in GOD’s hands and HE told me to bring it to you. So, I am, because in this thing […]

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TRIAAC set to host Post-Labor Day Community Fish Fry

TRIAAC set to host Post-Labor Day Community Fish Fry

| September 5, 2013

The Three Rivers Institute of Afrikan Art & Culture (TRIAAC) invites you to a Post-Labor Day Community Fish Fry, featuring the best fried fish in the city,with a daylong celebration of live entertainment by community talent.

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Eat broccoli: A cross you can bear

| September 5, 2013

HOUSE CALLS by Dr. Gerald Deas—It was reported in the news around and about, 1990, that former President Bush rejected outright the taste for broccoli. It was plain that he was not an advocate for this most nutritious vegetable. In reflecting on the state of our worldly affairs today, maybe this explains why we are in a devastating war.

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