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Nowhere else to post this, so I'll put it here because cooking is an art to me.
What have you been making lately? Have any recipies you want to share? Post pics and videos of your cooking.
I'll post my dinner tonight later.
Haven't experimented much with cooking since college.
I have been sporadically trying to perfect matcha milk tea though, and for the most part am satisfied with the flavor I've accomplished. Perfect for lazy weekend mornings and afternoons.
Pic somewhat related, but spoilers - it never actually looks like this irl.
>tfw white people really believe this
What does Afrochan like to read?
Pic related, one of the best books I read last year.
Sowell's analysis in this work has not just added another dimension to the way I think about our present state of affairs, but also offers interesting insight into what makes cultures prosper and what it takes to uplift them, both at the individual and group levels.
He also sheds light on the institutional and (anti-)economic forces that drive societal and cultural
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I think everyone on this board needs to read Léopold Sédar Senghor and Patrice Lumumba's work, starting with the latter's "Africa, it's time to rise up" speech.
The last two books I read are Mary Higgins Clark's "All dressed in white" and Sorj Chalandon's "The Fourth Wall". The first one is bullshit, typical "blonde women and their romantic problems. Also, murder to solve (which they want to solve because it's about a blonde woman and her romantic problems).
The latter on the other hand, definitely is worth a read. It is about a frenchman who decides to direct the play Antigone by Jean Anouilh in the middle of war-torn Lebanon with actors from every side (christians, druzes, Palestinian, Lebanese, etc) just like the play was originally played duriong the french occupation. Reality ensues in this book. 8/10 would read again.
Sowell's books are some items most of us need to read at some point. I wish I could find someone to criticize it though without name calling. The few I have found basically call him an uncle tom and leave it there without refuting anything.
It's really a shame that there seem to be no real critiques that are at the same level as his analysis, unless I've overlooked something.
As much as I enjoy his writings, I like to crossreference information, and the only real reads that I can use to do that are primary sources.
Artists of AfroChan, reveal yourself! Show us your art, ask for advice or reviews, share some artists you like, look down on non-artists, just do your thing!
Just sharing an painter I discovered not too long ago, Tim Okamura.
>YT video about his work
WE ART MEN HERE HA HA HA HA HA HA HA H AHA
rec patrician cinema please
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Kino
watch the 36th chamber of shaolin
Post hair, fits, and your recent cops
R8 my Whiteboycore fit brehs
white boy/10 aka 5/10