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Library of Congress posts Rosa Parks’ ‘Featherlite Pancakes’ recipe | Good news

A pancake recipe with ties to the Civil Rights Movement is making the rounds now that the Library of Congress has put it on the internet.

The recipe is generating so much interest because of the woman who wrote it down — Rosa Parks.

She’s known for refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, effectively mobilizing a larger protest for civil rights and freedoms back in 1955.

She is one of the founders of the Civil Rights Movement and this recipe gives us a look inside her personal life.

Historians say the pancake recipe helps humanize her.

It was part of a collection of 10,000 personal documents that were gifted to the Library of Congress nearly 10 years ago.

It was the only recipe in all the documents. Her “Featherlite Pancakes” recipe is unusual because it calls for peanut butter and about three times the amount of baking powder used in most pancakes.

It’s written on the back of a bank envelope from Detroit, in Rosa’s own handwriting.

A curator suggested to “The Sporkful Podcast” that the recipe was likely written on the envelope because after her arrest, both Rosa and


Second Harvest gives aspiring chefs a recipe for success

ORLANDO, Fla. — You know the adage “If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.”

What You Need To Know

  • Second Harvest’s Culinary Training Program is free for eligible adults
  • The program is intended to help those who have faced financial instability in the last 12 months
  • Applications for the next program opens in March with an April 29, 2024 deadline
  • Learn more about the Second Harvest Food Bank Culinary Training Program
  • WATCH: Cooking Up Success: See the whole story in the player above to get a look at the difference Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida’s Culinary Training Program is making

It can also be said that if you “…teach a man to cook, you’ll feed his soul and others…”

That’s the purpose and mission of the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida’s Culinary Training Program.

Chef Israel “Izzy” Santiago leads the free 16-week program, giving adults facing various housing, employment and financial barriers the skills needed to be successful in Central Florida’s vast culinary industry.

Some students come with little-to-no kitchen skills, Chef Santiago said, with some having


Sen. Marsha Blackburn Thanksgiving recipe

For this Thanksgiving, and really any special occasion in the fall or winter, Mon. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., shared with Fox News Digital one of her favorite recipes.

“There are some of us who do enjoy cooking,” she said in a phone interview in a lighter moment this week as she spoke about preparing for Thanksgiving.

She said that all her life, she has been able to share the joy of cooking with people in her family over the years, including her mother, her grandmother and her aunts.


“Coming together as a family, celebrating holidays and a good meal — that was all just part of the way of life in our family.”

Blackburn talks about a favorite cranberry chutney recipe — something relatively easy to make for those who may be juggling busy schedules this week but still prefer a home-cooked dish to something bought at a store or right out of a can.

Sen.  Blackburn in the kitchen

Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., shared a favorite cranberry chutney recipe this year with Fox News Digital just ahead of Thanksgiving. (Sen. Marsha Blackburn)

“Chutneys are so easy, and especially so during the holidays. You do