Top celebrities in the Feast cooking, food, and dessert industry. Our favorite Feast and foodie advocates.
Two food related podcasts: The Foodie Project & Food Network Obsessed
Two food related podcasts: The Foodie Project & Food Network Obsessed I am new to the world of podcasts and podcasting. I may be late to the party, but at least I made it!
Jai, The Soul Food Queen
Public scrutiny. If you have a social media account and a vast number of followers, then you’ve probably been subjected to this at some point in time. Many of us are all too familiar with the concept of scrolling through comments on social media posts about celebrities or influencers and seeing odious comments belittling these individuals. Many can ignore it, but many also fold. Jai Nice represents the former. Despite the unrequested criticisms, she perseveres and stays on her grind. Now, let it not be said that I think Jai is perfect; like many of us, she is far from it. However, I find her determination and ambition to be meritorious regardless of her demeanour or what is portrayed as her “unpalatable mien.” Some may say I’m seeing her through rose-coloured glasses, but I gladly accept that as someone who values female empowerment. In a world where it is the norm to vilify women in the spotlight, I think it is necessary to have individuals who intentionally chose to celebrate the successes of these females.
Authentic.... Talented..... and Unique... are just a few words to describe Tabitha Brown, one of many black inspiring woman in business. I admire her. She is an exceptional actress, starring on multiple tv sitcoms such as The Ellen Degeneres Show, (NBC) Will &Grace and many more to name a few. Tabitha is also an inspirational speaker and loves to travel around the world to speak to different people about her life and how eating plant-based saved her life. Not to mention she is a vegan food influencer! She has multiple partnerships and collaborations, including a partnership with Whole Foods Market.
The initial interview invitation was declined. However, I persisted and the email invitation was received to atend the home of Paulo Coelho who would be available for interview there.
Black in Business: The Plant-Based Kind
“Like So, Like That,” Tabitha Brown’s joyful, uplifting voice brought spirit and sparkle into my quarantine. And, perhaps more importantly, she helped me transition from a pescetarian to a mostly plant-based diet.
7 Nigerian Celebrities With the Weirdest Food Combinations
So weird. Somethings we know go hand in hand – bread and butter, swallow and soup, indomie and egg. But then, there are some food combinations you hear that make you stop and say huhn?! Today we won’t just be counting down 7 very weird food combinations. We would be counting down 7 weird food combinations that some popular Nigerian celebrities actually enjoy.
From Tivoli Garden to Liberace Steakhouse
Known the ultimate showman of the stage, Liberace had other passions as well. He opened his restaurant in Las Vegas in 1983. It was named in part for the gardens at the Villa d' Este, in Tivoli, Italy, and in part for Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, an amusement park built in 1843. The name combines his love of the grandeur of the land of his Italian heritage, and also the fact that he enjoyed being described as a "one-man Disneyland."
Campechana for Micheal Jordan
“Micheal Jordan is here, and he wants to try the campechana.” The maitre’d quietly hissed at me as he stomped into the open kitchen.
5 Nigerian Actors Who Are Also Amazing Cooks.
Real men cook. Cooking is an essential life skill, yet a lot of men all over the world still see it as a skill associated only with women. Despite the fact that some of the most successful chefs in the world are men, this trend of men going into the kitchen to prepare a meal for themselves and their family is still not as universal a concept as it should be.
7 Nigerian Celebrities Who Can't Cook.
“I hate the heat.” Cooking in my opinion is a fundamental life-skill. I feel that as human beings, we need to have the ability to sustain ourselves whenever and wherever we find ourselves. But to so many other people, cooking isn’t a priority.
You ever been to a place owned or run by a celebrity? Like the Wahlburgers and their famous pretty awesome burgers? Coming from a big city, Chicago, there’s a fair share of popular restaurants out there owned, run, invested by all sorts of celebrities. You’ve got Ditka’s (Mike Ditka), Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, to Giordanos (Derrick Rose plays a point in this awesome pizza loving place) and so many others.
What Anthony Bourdain Left Behind
Anthony Bourdain lived many lives in his too-brief 61 years on this planet. He was once a brave boy in France, kicking back a raw oyster for the first time and falling in love with the briny taste and thrill of new experiences.