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‘What’z For Dinner’ TV (WFD TV) is not just about cooking, it’s about relationships.

After all, cooking is not only about meal prep, it’s also an “act of service”. Cooking is a way of showing how much you care. Cooking for the person you love is a joy, or it can be a chore. Either way, for many couples asking each other ‘What’s for Dinner ?’ is a weekly ritual.

On ‘WFD’ TV Cooking is love made visible, but sometimes it’s not easy. Sometimes you agree, sometimes you disagree. Yet when you’re in a relationship, you must always bring something to the plate. So ‘What’z for Dinner’ at your house? Enjoy!

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*”Act of Service” ~Dr. Gary Chapman, who wrote the bestselling book The 5 Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate.


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Trip to ‘Wakanda’ is a Family Affair


February 24, 2018: 11:00 AM ET

The Isler Family: Luther, Lexi, Lynn and Ashley


Next Stop, Wakanda!

The question isn’t, “Have you seen “Black Panther? “The question is“How many times?” Repeat visits to see the ‘Black Panther” is morphing it into a destination experience. During the blockbuster week; Harlemite Luther D. Isler dressed in African garb and took his family on a “trip” to fictional “Wakanda.” 

Luther, who stated he is not known for being an emotional person said, “[I] actually almost ugly cried three times and have no idea why.” In the same way many immersed themselves in the magical world of “Hogwarts”, moviegoers are having a special connection with “Black Panther.” However, in this instance African Diaspora seems to add an extra layer to this immersion experience. The Isler‘s happily posed “Wakanda” style with a “Black Panther” poster prominently in the background. 

Whatever the reasons behind the family’s delighted expressions, it’s clear the Isler’s enjoyed their stay at “Wakanda” aka the “Black Panther” movie. Next question, will there be a “Black Panther” Part II?


by Cher Mills