She was arrested for refusing to move to the back of the bus — nine months before Rosa Parks. Today, she was honored for her “tremendous contributions to the civil rights movement.”
When asked how she worked up the courage to defy the bus driver in 1955 Montgomery, Colvin said: “What gave me the courage? I was a 15-year old!”
Baghrir is an ancient Amazigh (Berber) pancake that originated in North Africa. It’s small, spongy and made with semolina (or flour). When cooked correctly, they have tiny holes, which soak up whichever sauce they’re served with. The most common way to eat baghrir in Morocco and Algeria is by dipping them in a honey-butter mix. They may also come cut into wedges and served with jam. Raisins may be added to the batter. Eaten for breakfast as well as an afternoon snacks and for Iftar during Ramadan.
HahahejehhHAHEHEHAHE BAGHRIR IS MY SOUL FOOD I GET HAPPY JUST THINKING ABOUT IT
I love this so much