Meet the Freelance Chef Whose 24-inch Biceps Went Viral Cooking at the White House

Andre Rush, Army veteran and freelance chef for the White House, took the internet by storm in 2018 when his 24-inch arms went viral. Since then, he’s become a meme, and said “It’s hilarious. I get a kick out of them.” If you are wondering whether chef Rush used any performance-enhancing drugs to achieve his results, he stressed that he...

The Block is Hot: 10 Black-Owned Ice Cream Shops to Visit During the Summer Heat

Taharka Brothers Ice Cream | Baltimore, Maryland Founded in 2010, this Baltimore based company serves small-batch ice-cream flavors — vanilla and chocolate as well as some nontraditional flavors such as olive oil & sea salt, Honey Graham and cardamom. You can find Taharka Brothers ice cream in several locations across Baltimore. For more information on specific locations check out...

7 Groundbreaking Chefs Breaking The Weed Stigma With Cannabis Cuisine

Originally published on Kulturehub. Republished with their permission. With the legalization of marijuana becoming more and more popular across the country, there is a race to make a splash in weed based product industry. A race to make the best cannabis cuisine. The pairing of weed and food has come a long way.  It’s gone from stoners mixing THC oil into...

Deep Cuts: How a Black Craftsman Started Making Amazing Custom Knives for Chefs

What’s a chef without their knives? Knives are an extension of a chef’s body—a tool that shapes, crafts and manipulates ingredients to produce an expression of their creativity and an appetizing meal for customers. Without quality knives a chef could be rendered useless. This where expert bladesmith Quintin Middleton of “Middleton Made Knives” shines. In an interview with Francis Lam,...