On this episode of Black Girls Eating, hosts Candace and Tanorria are joined by former Masterchef contestant and chef Shelly Flash. Shelly shares why culture is so important and how why having a dream and going after it boldly is the name of the game.
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To be Young, Black & Vegan
47:30On this episode of Black Girls Eating, Candace and Tanorria welcome Emani Cocran of Black + Vegan to the show. Emani shares her journey with food and how becoming vegan was an important part of her food map and make up. Listen in as we dive into to all things Black and Vegan.
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32:06On this episode of Black Girls Eating, Candace and Tanorria welcome Rae Karim, pastor, author, and Certified Grief Coach to the show. Life happens, so grief happens. Listen to a candid conversation about how we all deal or don't deal with our grief. Rae leaves us with tips and tools to better handle all things life throws our way.
In the Business of Faith: When Deconstruction Happens
52:55On this episode of Black Girls Eating, Candace and Tanorria are joined by pastor and culture curator Kristian Smith. The trio dives deep into faith, what it means to question it and how sometimes, a deconstruction of that faith is imperative to your survival. Grab your prayer cloth and some Kleenex. This episode is food for your soul.
Art: It's in the Eye of the Beholder
42:08On this episode of the Black Girls eating, Candace and Tanorria welcome to the studio mixed media artist Faith Blackwell. Faith shares the journey of her art, how shes sustained connection in a bustling art community and her favorite city to travel to. Grab your crayons or ipad and listen in to this colorful episode.
You've Got A Friend In Me
45:49On this episode of Black Girls Eating, Candace, and Tanorria are joined by tastemaker, mentor, and all-around cool dude, Brent Lyle. The trio dabs into: Friends, How many of us have them? The importance of mentoring and the state of Black men's mental health. Stop in, tell a friend. Professor Lyle describes himself as creative by nature, an entrepreneur at heart, and a mentor by choice.
Black Girl Magic Returns
47:25On this episode of Black Girls Eating, hosts Candace and Tanorria are back with flashes of Black Girl Magic. Back like they never left. The duo updates you on their goings-on, the world is yet crumbling, and they're still here. Take a ride with your favorite foodie aunties on this fun recap episode.
Thanksgiving Crossover with Hue I Do
1:46:32On this episode of Black Girls Eating, Candace and Tanorria collab with the ladies of the Hue I Do podcast. They share all things family, food, and fun. Listen in as they share about the great pie debate and why Thanksgiving is so important in Black families.