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FAB Foodie: Chef Danielle Sanders

19 Mar

It’s still Women’s History Month! The Fab Girls didn’t exist when Chef  Danielle Sanders became the first FAB chef to win the Food Network’s show ‘Chopped‘.  Contestants must take ordinary ingredients and turn them into something spectacular. They must have a skill set that includes speed, skill and creativity, and be judged by a panel of four.

She has worked as a personal chef for Diddy, and in some of the country’s finest restaurants.

Here is a link her her ‘About Me’ page: http://about.me/daniellethechef

And a link to a Huffington Post piece about her, including a recipe for her sweet potato and pecan tart-let! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/11/sweet-potato-recipes-from-food-networks-chopped-champion-danielle-saunders_n_1089099.html

International Women’s Day Celebration Post

8 Mar

In honor of International Women’s Day, let’s celebrate some recent achievements of all women!

Spanx founder Sarah Blakely is the youngest  billionaire! http://www.ajc.com/business/spanx-founder-sara-blakely-1378038.html

FAB professor is the first black woman to get Supreme Court coverage. http://www.blackenterprise.com/2012/03/06/womens-history-month-journalist-becomes-first-black-woman-to-get-high-court-media-credentials/

m.powerment by mark, in partnership with The Avon Foundation, raises $1 million in the fight against domestic violence http://www.multivu.com/mnr/46213-m-powerment-by-mark-ashley-greene-teen-dating-violence-awareness-month

Hundreds of Egyptians march on International Women’s Day. http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/36334/Egypt/Politics-/Hundreds-of-Egyptians-march-to-parliament-on-Inter.aspx

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