A Bold Seasoning Blend of Warmth and Sweetness that is Down to Earth with a little bit of a Spicy Kick…..just like Black Love!
Created by Chef Dayo and inspired by the love she and her Husband share, “Black Love” was first given as their Wedding Favor the Autumn evening of 2016. “Black Love” quickly became a favorite signature spice blend because of its uniqueness in flavor, versatility, and the love it represents. From just being sprinkled on popcorn, added to enhance roasted vegetables, or used as a wet rub on grilled or braised meats, Black Love surely adds a taste you will remember!
Black Love is sold in a 6oz container for $10. To order yours, please click on the “Buy Now” link below.
Dayo (“Dah-yo”) is the Owner and Executive Chef of DayoSense Catering in Seattle, WA. Her food balances the heart and soul of the South and the celebration of ingredients one finds with Italian cuisine. A native of Seattle, Dayo graduated from University of Washington with a degree in Architecture. However, after being a designer for 8 years, her passions guided her to the exciting medium of food. Always the one to create and enjoy atmospheres of warmth and family over food she started sharing her love of cooking by serving dinners to-go, promoting Seattle families to “Stop, Eat and Fellowship”. After graduating with gold cord honors from the International Culinary School Art Institute of Seattle, Dayo hit the ground running developing her catering business DayoSense, and joining the ranks of Chefs speaking on behalf of healthy foods and nutrition for the African American community. She enjoys creating celebrated comfort dishes with fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. Through cooking classes, mentorship, and hands on training, Dayo is in action about having a legacy of genuine love and joy for excellent customer service, moving and shaking in the kitchen, and creating memorable catered events.
The consumer and public health advocacy organization WashPIRG Foundation is calling on McDonald’s to commit to a concrete timeline to phase out routinely using medically-important antibiotics in its beef and pork supply chains. The WashPIRG Foundation is singling out the iconic fast food company because McDonald’s has an outsized influence as the biggest purchaser of beef in the United States, and it has a vague long-term antibiotics plan. Health experts, including the World Health Organization and American Academy of Pediatrics, warn that the routine use of antibiotics on animals that aren’t sick fuels drug-resistant bacteria, a major health threat to humans.
“Protecting antibiotics requires action, not reaction. If we don’t act now to preserve the effectiveness of these medicines, we’ll face a world in which common infections once again kill” said Elise Orlick, Director of WashPIRG Foundation. “The Big Mac can make a big dent in stopping the misuse of antibiotics in our food system.”
“We are seeing an increasing number of patients with multi-drug resistant infections, which are difficult to treat due to limited antibiotic options,” said Dr. Afrah Sait MD, Infectious Disease Fellow at Tufts Medical Center. “In order to prevent bacteria from becoming resistant and ensure our antibiotics remain effective for patients who need them, it is critical for all of us to carefully consider when and how antibiotics are used and employ them only when absolutely necessary for saving lives.”
As part of the national campaign launch, U.S. PIRG Education Fund has started gathering signatures on a petition urging McDonald’s to take action on its beef and pork supply chains. Nearly 10,000 people have already signed on in support. The message is clear: a commitment from McDonald’s to stop selling beef and pork raised with the routine use of antibiotics will help protect our ability to treat infections and save lives.
McDonald’s recently released a vision for phasing routine antibiotic use out of its entire meat supply chain globally, but it has yet to commit to a timeline for making that vision a reality.
To McDonald’s credit, the company stopped serving chicken raised with medically-important antibiotics in 2016, ahead of schedule. At the time, consumer and health advocates, including WashPIRG Foundation and partners, applauded the company’s actions and influence. Now, 14 of the top 25 restaurant chains in the U.S. have committed to no longer source chicken raised with routine antibiotics, according to the Chain Reaction report.
“We convinced McDonald’s to stop serving chicken raised on life-saving medicines,” noted Orlick. “Now, it’s time for the biggest burger chain in the country to make the same commitment for all the meat they sell. Doing so will help protect doctors’ ability to treat infections and save lives.”
The latest numbers from the Food and Drug Administration show sales of medically-important antibiotics to use on food animals decreased from 2015 through 2016, marking the first decline in year to year sales on record. The decline suggests that restaurants’ new attitude toward antibiotics is making an impact. The FDA data also separates antibiotic sales by species for the first time. It shows significant differences among the percentage of medically-important antibiotics going to chicken, cattle and swine — chicken accounts for only 6% of sales, while beef accounts for 43% and pork for 37%.
Some companies including Chipotle, Subway, Panera Bread, Niman Ranch and Applegate have already moved away from all meat raised with routine antibiotic use, or are in the process of doing so. If McDonald’s, which sells a billion pounds of beef in the U.S. each year and a significant amount of pork, commits to only purchase beef and pork raised without misusing antibiotics, we can take a significant step in ensuring that antibiotics are preserved for treating sick people.
Background info on antibiotic overuse on farms:
Millions of Americans get sick each year with antibiotic resistant infections and at least 23,000 of them die. A recent study estimates that by 2050, drug-resistant bacteria may kill more people worldwide than cancer kills today. Some of the biggest users of antibiotics are large, industrial farms, many of which routinely give antibiotics to livestock and poultry even when animals aren’t sick. Approximately 70% of medically-important antibiotics sold in the U.S. are for use on food animals. To keep antibiotics working, we need to limit their use to situations when animals are sick, or to control verified infectious disease outbreaks on the farm.
Bring your family and friends and an ethnic or favorite dish.
RSVP by August 11 with your name(s) to email@example.com
Bring an ethnic or favorite dish or dessert to share! You’ll have a chance to tell us about the tradition behind the food you’ve brought … and your dish may
win a prize! We’ll have prizes for the Most Interesting Ingredients, Most Flavorful, and the
Most Colorful dishes!
Join in ethnic-themed games. Invite your family and friends. Meet new friends from our multi-ethnic communities.
Share your ethnic and cultural heritage.
The Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center is located on 20 acres in Seattle’s Discovery Park in the Magnolia neighborhood. The address for Discovery Park is:
3801 West Government Way, Seattle 98199. Once inside the park, follow the signs directing to Daybreak Star.
To travel by Seattle Metro Bus, take #33 towards Magnolia from 4th and Pike/Pine to the final stop. Follow the signs directing the .4 mile walk to Daybreak Star.
in Seattle’s Discovery Park
The Port of Seattle is in the middle of a long-term dining and retail redevelopment program to increase options for travelers and expand access for small and local businesses:
- 90 percent of the units are expiring over several years, and
- some have already been re-leased.
Expect to see some new and different names inside Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The Port strives to find the right mix of national and local brands for our travelers while also balancing community and Port priorities.
Check back here for news and announcements to be the first to know about what’s coming soon.
Sea-Tac Airport is an economic driver for the Pacific Northwest. The Port of Seattle aims to deliver a Northwest ‘sense of place’ to travelers by promoting job growth and creating new opportunities for small and minority-owned businesses.
- is a global gateway,
- is the 9th busiest airport in the country, and
served 45.7 million travelers in 2016.
The Port is committed to exemplary customer service at Sea-Tac Airport, beginning with a high quality experience for travelers at the airport’s restaurants and stores.
In the coming years, travelers will see changes with new, exciting concepts. Dining and retail square footage may grow by at least 35 percent by 2025.
Be aware construction will be part of the changes, so some units may be closed until new construction is complete. We appreciate your patience.
Opportunities for local business owners
Currently, 60 of the prime locations are scheduled to expire through 2019. New opportunities will be available for large, small and minority-owned businesses to bid for available spaces. If you’re a business owner looking to do business at Sea-Tac, click here for more information.
Café Floret – Scheduled to open in July 2017, this will be Sea-Tac’s first vegetarian restaurant. Located near the A and B Concourse intersection, the unique chef-driven spot will feature 27 foot windows overlooking the tarmac. Check out Seattle Met’s profile on the new restaurant!
Qdoba – Coming 4th quarter 2017 to Central Terminal. A premier national brand, Qdoba promises to deliver new creations and old classics where guests are encouraged to explore new flavor combinations. From daily hand-smashed guac to meats and veggies grilled on the spot, fresh and bold is Qboda.
Starbucks Evenings – Welcome to the birthpDace of Starbucks. This new concept will expand the existing location in the middle of Central Terminal. Look for the new store in 4th quarter 2017.
Terminal GetAwaySpa – Situated in both Concourses A and C, the name says it all, a relaxing getaway within the airport. Look for these spots to open in Sept. 2017.
Alki Bakery – Grab a treat and coffee near the pre-security checkpoint 3 location. This new outlet is designed to serve airport guests who may be waiting for ticketed passengers, or just hungry folks who can’t wait to get through the checkpoint.
Pierce County residents are invited to join the parents, grandparents, and brothers and sisters of University of Puget Sound students for a colorful evening of Polynesian music, dance, and food on Saturday, April 8.
Once again, the Spring Luˋau, presented each year by the Ka Ohana me ke Aloha student club, is coinciding with the college’s Spring Family Weekend—a time when the families of Puget Sound students come from around the country to explore the City of Destiny and the campus that is now home to their college-going offspring.
The Saturday, April 8, Spring Luˋau will include a Hawaiian dinner and an internationally inspired stage show, with traditional dances from Pacific Ocean cultures. The event, now in its 48th year, is one of the biggest celebrations of Polynesian culture in the state, attracting nearly 1,000 people each year.
Dinner will be served from 5 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. in Marshall Hall of Wheelock Student Center, near the N. Alder Street and N. 15th Street entrance to campus. The stage show will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Memorial Fieldhouse, just off the corner of Union Avenue and N. 11th Street. See below for ticket details and a map of campus.
The Ka Ohana me ke Aloha organizers have chosen the theme this year of Aia Ka Home Me Ka Pu’uwai or “Home is Where the Heart is.” The theme encourages students and visitors alike to think about the places that they come from and the place that they hold within their hearts.
“Home can be interpreted so many different ways, depending on the person,” said Austin Chikamoto ’17, president of Ka Ohana Me Ke Aloha. “Home can mean where one has spent their childhood, where one has moved as an adult, or, for us college students, right here at the University of Puget Sound.”
Music will be provided by Northwest Blend, a local group specializing in Hawaiian infused music, who include four-part harmonies in their songs. The show will include dances from cultures including Hawaiian and Tahitian, as well as the spectacle of grass skirts, the malo (loincloth), and colorful island dresses. The dinner will include mac salad, fresh pineapple, lomi lomi salmon, cucumber and carrot namasu, Hawaiian sweet rolls, Kalua pig, huli huli chicken, sticky rice, haupia, coconut guava cake, and punch.
Tickets are on sale now, and are available in advance or at the door.
When: Saturday, April 8, 2017
Where: Lu`au dinner: 5 p.m. in Wheelock Student Center, N. 15th Street and N. Alder Street
Lu`au show: 6:30 p.m. in Memorial Fieldhouse, N. 11th Street and Union Avenue
Tickets: General admission: Combo show and dinner: $20
Show only: $10
Dinner only: $11
Puget Sound campus members, seniors (65+), and those 12 and under:
Combo show and dinner: $15
Show only: $8
Dinner only: $9
Children 4 years old and under enter free.
To pay with a credit card call Wheelock Information Center at 253.879.3100.
(Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–10 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.)
To order online go to: tickets.pugetsound.edu
Tickets can be picked up on the day of the Lu`au, 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m., at the Information Desk in Wheelock Student Center, or 6:45–7:45 p.m. at the box office in Memorial Fieldhouse.
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If you’re ready for some barbecue and some home style cooking, you have come to the right place. Check out the daily specials and everyone is raving over the honey fried wings. A must try!yourself to delicious, down home style food with a fine selection of southern classics, seasoned to perfection, ready for take out or eat in minutes.
We serve homemade, authentic soul food with all the flavors of home that you know and love. From lunch to dinner, our restaurant only offers the best food and reasonable prices too.
Thank you to all the return customers and encouragement!
Angel City Deli
12621 Renton Ave S
Seattle, WA, US, 98178
Sunday 01:00PM – 06:00PM
Monday thru Thursday 11:00AM – 09:00PM
Saturday 11:00AM – 09:00PM
Willie’s Taste Of Soul Bar-B-Que
Over the past 19 years Willie’s Taste of Soul Bar-B-Que has served thousands of repeat customers from our starting location in the Beacon Hill area of Seattle. Willie’s Taste of Soul Bar-B-Que strive to provide excellent product and customer service, all with a Southern touch. Being originally from Louisiana, its Willie’s goal to provide his customers with a dining experience that is like no other in this area.
Located west of Lake Washington on Rainier Ave. We’re down the block from Rainier Square Plaza and Franklin High School, and only 10 minutes away from King County International Airport.
If you smell Willie’s Taste of Soul Bar-B-Que cooking come on by and enjoy a true dining experience.
Willie’s Taste of Soul Bar-B-Que
3427 Rainier Ave S Seattle, WA 98144 (206) 722-3229
You don’t have to travel far to taste the island. Come experience our warm atmosphere, hand crafted cocktails, friendly staff, and our array of flavorful island and soulful dishes for dinner many choices from Bayou Gumbo, Curried Goat, Savory Oxtails and much more. Our full bar specializes in hand crafted cocktails that can enhance any dining experience.
Island Soul Rum Bar & Soul Shack is a family-run restaurant featuring a full bar and Caribbean-inspired Soul Food. Located in the heart of historic Columbia City for more than a decade, we offer a fun and lively atmosphere where you can relax and escape the daily grind with delicious food and drinks and excellent service.
Whether from Jamaica, Barbados or even Puerto Rico, our Caribbean-Soul food is the best and most sultry taste around.
Complete with all the fixins, our Caribbean comfort food is sure to satisfy any appetite.
Our recipes have been gathered over 10+ years with roots straight from Jamaica and its tradition of Jerk and soul food. Bring the whole family and experience our down home cooking for yourself.The pork rib tips, gumbo, coconut corn muffins to chicken & buttermilk waffles, shrimp & cheesy grits over the weekend, we have something to satisfy any craving. And don’t forget to order yourself a glass of our famous Ginger Beer — No meal is complete without it!
Sunday Brunch, Happy Hour and Carry-out also available.
ISLAND SOUL RESTAURANT
4869 Rainier Ave. South Seattle WA 98118 US
Simple, Good Food!
Simply Soulful is delighted to offer our signature handmade Sweet Potato Pies and Tarts!!! Just one taste and you are sure to be hooked! We believe in using the best and freshest organic ingredients in our pies to ensure that our pies are consistently delicious. We also cook our pies in small batches to maintain quality and taste.
The flavor of our Sweet Potato Pies will leave you feeling that they are not just a seasonal dessert. The dessert has been eaten year round – especially during banquets, birthday and office parties, baby showers, and reunions. Don’t wait for Thanksgiving or Christmas to try this creamy, sweet slice of heaven. It’s the perfect pie for any occasion. Also, if you need to satisfy your desire to crunch, we offer the pies topped with our Pecan Crumble.
It all started back in 1922 when Elizabeth Hammond was born in West Point, MS. She would eventually move to Spokane, WA bringing with her the best Sweet Potato pie recipe in the world! Her simple, yet mouth-watering recipe is so fresh tasting and flavorful, people hardly believe that there are only 6 simply ingredients. However, that is how Elizabeth cooked, she was raised on the simple, yet full of flavor diet that we refer to as “Soul Food.” Elizabeth passed her sweet potato pie recipe to her daughter Barbara who decided that the indulgent taste of the recipe should be shared with all of you!
Needless to say, Barbara and her youngest daughter Lillian ventured on the recipe, together with their food services ideas and passions, and started “Simply Soulful Pies & Catering.” Delightful pies and food that hold true to that simple, full of flavor soul food that you must try! You are sure to be satisfied…
2909-B E Madison Ave
Tuesday-Friday: 8AM to 7PM
Saturday: 8AM to 4PM
Sunday: 10AM to 3PM New!