This week on Historically Black Friday – The Yin and the Yang

Rose Mary's Pralines

This week on Historically-Black Friday we ordered and received our order of pecan pralines, from Rose Mary’s Pralines.

The Yin.

Rose Mary's Pralines

I’m not a huge candy guy. I think the only time I’ve ever had pralines was in ice cream. But with Valentine’s Day approaching and having read the history of the recipe and seeing the beautiful photos I had to give them a try. The first word that comes to mind is decadent. They’re on the luxury end of the candy spectrum according to taste, and are absolutely made to be shared.

Rose Mary's Pralines

They’re made by Howard alum, Louisiana native, Greg Mundy according to his mother’s recipe, and named accordingly.

Find them on HistoricallyBlackFriday.com here>>>

The Yang…

If we’re going to talk about candy this week, we should also talk about a few alumni who can help us balance the equation.

Smile Design Studio

Dr. Treva Willis and I were freshman together at my HBCU, Howard University. Nowadays she run her dental practice, Smile Design Studio, in Bethesda, Maryland. Dr. Willis has a focus on cosmetic dentistry and treatment of temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ). She has trained at the prestigious Pankey Institute, Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies and The Piper Educational Research Center. Find them on Historically Black Friday, here >>>>

The Smile Boutique

Michael and Dionne are a husband and wife dental team, both HBCU alumni (Hampton University and Spelman College). Dr. Michael Henderson graduated from Hampton University in 1992. He went on to earn his D.D.S. from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, graduating in 1996. Together they own The Smile Boutique in South Holland, Illinois. Find them on Historically Black Friday, here >>>>

Is there an HBCU Alumni owned business whose service you think is excellent and more alumni should know about? If so have them visit HistoricallyBlackFriday.com and submit their listing!

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