#blackouttuesday is a good idea in theory, but could prove detrimental to those attending the protests, who are the most in danger.
Social media has been the most effective weapon of the Black Lives Matter. Encouraging everyone not to post takes away their primary means of sharing information about what is happening at the protests and has been proven to be one of the few ways to hold participants on both sides accountable for their actions.
By not posting anything, you leave social media streams wide open for those looking to undermine the protests to flood the various platforms with misinformation.
Please, by all means, continue to show your support by posting a black square and/or blackout your profile photo. However, the best way to support Black Lives Matter is not to go dark on social media, but to continue to share information that helps further the cause.
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Some markets call it a “canary melon,” or a “golden honeydew,” because it has a smooth rind like it’s white and green cousin, however, that is where any similarities end. …
This is for Chef Stan.
For almost the entirety of my culinary career, I knew of Chef Stanton Ho only by reputation. He was the Executive Pastry Chef at the Las Vegas Hilton from 1979–2007 before serving as the Corporate Executive Chef for Chocolates a la Carte until 2012.
Yesterday, the James Beard Foundation released the list of semifinalists for its annual Restaurant and Chef awards that will be held in Chicago on May 1.
Chances are, until about a week ago, most people in the United States didn’t know what the Bocuse d’Or was. That is until Chef Mathew Peters made history by becoming the first American to win the prestigious competition held every two years in Lyon, France.
Now the question arises, how…