Have you been paying attention to the Zika virus and how it is slowly moving into our cities and communities? This has me concerned. Why? Because I am prone to being bit by mosquitos not to mention my dogs. Being that you can get bitten by a mosquito and contract the virus causes a bit of nervousness. You can play it down and think it … Continue reading What Do You Know About The Zika Virus?
BAKED CABBAGE Ingredients: 1 medium head of cabbage, about 5 C. when sliced 4 T. butter 1/2 C. water 1/4 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. black pepper 1/2 tsp. sugar good pinch of red pepper flakes, (optional) Wash the cabbage and slice in half then into strips. Place the cabbage in a 2 quart baking dish (I used my 8″ iron skillet). Cut the butter into … Continue reading BAKED CABBAGE!!
UJIMA had the great pleasure of attending the graduation ceremony of some special graduates. The first was a heart warming mother and daughter . The mother Andrea M. Jordan, attended Huston-Tillotson University graduating Magna Cum Laude and her daughter Jazmin A. Griffin, attended Concordia University College of Science. Graduating from Texas State University College of Liberal Arts was another special day . This graduate is … Continue reading The Beginning of A New Life Chapter
Are you attending the West Austin Studio Tour this weekend? If so, I want to introduce Jennifer Chenoweth. Put her on your list of exhibits to see. Jennifer Chenoweth’s groundbreaking emotional map of Austin, explores how individual attachments to place can convey a larger collective experience within a community. XYZ Atlas is featured in an exhibition at Barton Springs during both weekends of West Austin … Continue reading XYZ Atlas and Jennifer Chenoweth
Lupus is one disease that has been around but I didn’t know what it was about. I remember a women that went to my church suffered from it and I have a good friend that is living with Lupus and managing everyday. When we became friends, I learned a lot about Lupus and how it can really take over your body. Lupus, an autoimmune disease, … Continue reading Wear Purple For Lupus Awareness Month