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A Moment of Respect… In response to the racial tension taking place across our country, I have decided to pause content. I care deeply about matters of injustice, and of course, am against violence to any human regardless of race, religion, sexuality, etc. To be completely honest, I wish I knew the right response to convey here on these pages. Therefore, I have decided to step back and take a moment to reflect. My mother’s most impressionable message has always been to treat others the way you would like to be treated. I hope that we all can take the time today to think on this timeless Golden Rule.

I posted this on Instagram and thought it should be added here as well…

I am deeply saddened by the matters of injustice and racism spreading throughout our world, and I have decided to pause content for the moment. I wish I knew the right response to convey here on these pages, but what I know is that this is a time for change. I know I will never understand the pain of being judged by the color of my skin, but I will continue to do my best and educate myself. Breaking it down to the basics, I think we must all remember the Golden rule of treating others the way you would like to be treated.

Campaign Zero is a resource I’ve donated to and found helpful during this time. Their vision has resonated with me and they are working on providing solutions.
Sending so much love to our community during this time ♥️ Photo by: @CampaignZero

A Moment of Respect

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  1. And yet you have no compunction about throwing together cheap ingredients and claiming it’s a beloved, sacred International dish. You narcissitic millennials are so phony and full of yourself. Pausing your blog doesn’t do anything to help racism. You don’t even KNOW what would help because you’re an undereducated child who made it big off of tweaking other people’s recipes.

    1. Imagine anonymously writing a comment seeping with condescension and bitterness whilst accusing someone else of being a narcissist. Do you see the irony at all, or have you managed to trick yourself into believing your comment was justified because you’ve read one or two poorly written articles about what a racially insensitive person Teaghan is? You don’t come off as particularly well-educated either, and your envy towards generations younger than you is quite unappealing and pathetic.