Celebrating Our History through Entrepreneurship, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


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We should be celebrating the history of our people every single day of the year. There are so many African American men and women who have contributed to our history through the talents and gifts they possess.

Harriet Tubman knew how to maneuver slaves through the underground railroad, just like Madame C. J. Walker was an inventor of her hair care products. Just as African American actresses, such as Hattie McDaniel portrayed the real cooks during the slavery era, the talents of African American woman were the backbones in a kitchen during the war. 

While Slavery and poverty were historical factors that influenced the evolution of southern food and baking. The African slaves that cooked and served generations were the primary creators of southern cooking. They transformed staples of pioneer culture into refined dishes and feasts that now epitomizes southern hospitality.

We’ve come a long way since this era, as with Regina Davis (pictured above), who is influential today as the owner and operator of “Regina’s Sweet Temptations“. A talent giant who creates delectable treats with a vision in her heart and a passion for perfection. A culinary genius with humble beginnings, who learned from an aunt and experienced heartfelt results. Regina’s professionalism and polished presentation is an introduction to a taste that won’t disappiont.

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“I first learned the art from my Aunt Cally when I was young and then perfected my skills by preparing delicious treats for my three children over the years. I found that I loved seeing the smiles on my friends faces, when they bit into one of my delicious chocolate chip cookies or admired one of my many creative cupcake designs.” Regina Davis

Regina is adamant about the layout and design of her “treats” telling my administrator “I take so many pictures to get the right one”.

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Although her side slogan is the “cupcake lady” her business is more than just cupcakes. Regina has a creative flare to pull you into all that she has to offer; from cakes to cookies to brownies and miniature treats, it’s obvious her creative flare is a gift that she posses.

Join me tonight at 6:30 pm on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via Blog Talk Radio as we celebrate and salute the talented and awesome, Regina Davis of “Regina’s Sweet Temptations” in commemoration of Black History month.

All “Conversation links” in this post make it possible to access tonight’s show!

See you on the air but first sound off with your questions and comments here!

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125 thoughts on “Celebrating Our History through Entrepreneurship, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Nice write up Ms. Bell. Who is this Sistah? Makes a brotha wonder?? 🙂 Sounds like she got the skills thatz bringing da billz. She fine too.

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  2. Look at that “Happy Divorce” cake? LOL 😆 that is too funny!!!!
    Tuning in Tra..another interesting show.

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  3. Those treats look GOOD!!!!!
    I just know Tracy has tasted something “REGINA DAVIS” has baked!!! 🙂
    She BIG UPPING her for a reason 😛

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  4. That purple cake look like it belong to a hat of one of the church mothers. 😛
    This chick put alotta work into her goodies. I mean she magazine professional.

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  5. She’s got da looks and the goods.
    Tra she married? She got kids? You ain’t tell us shit about her just her cakes n cookies n shit

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    • I love how Tracy promote people of color
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      Not for NOTHING BUT Tracy support all people on her show, NOT JUST people of color

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      • Not for NOTHING BUT Tracy support all people on her show, NOT JUST people of color
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        It’s been awhile since Tracy has had any white people on though O_o

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      • It’s been awhile since Tracy has had any white people on though
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        You sound IGNORANT @Angelhair and I see you wanna take the comment there but DON’T!!

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      • There is just NO ROOM and NO TIME for the hate.
        My comment I see was taken WAAAY out of context.
        Of course Tracy support people of all color!!! And That’s all for that!!! As long as I know what I meant!!!

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      • It is Black History Month 😆 at least Trace ain’t promoting cotton balls. She got a FYNE ass Sistah as tonight’s guest.

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      • It is Black History Month 😆 at least Trace ain’t promoting cotton balls.
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        WTF is that about? Cottonballs?

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  6. Looking forward to the show
    Congratulations Regina of “Regina’s Sweet Temptations!!!”
    Listen at me sounding like I know her 😛

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  7. Congratulations to Regina!
    Having and utilizing a talent and a gift is a blessing and from the looks of that layout, she’s got some impressive skills. KUDOS!

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  8. Oh my this is GREAT!
    Looking forward to the show Tra 😛 I’ll come back and comment more then.

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  9. Congratulations Regina Hall!!!!
    Looks like you’re the next successful guest on C.O.S.!!!!
    Show will be exciting!!!

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  10. “Regina’s professionalism and polished presentation”

    Def. looks that way! Awesome pics of her cakes and cupcakes.

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    • Oh erbody in here cause she fine? LOL
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      Of course NOT only the shallow follower’s feel that way. LOL

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      • Oh erbody in here cause she fine? LOL
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        Sistah is fine but I guess a brotha gotta tune in to find some of da real shit out???? LOL

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    • Shawnia and I be jettin for dat rain at 5:00 LOL 😆 I bust my azz tryna make sure I don’t miss the show.

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  11. Regina was good and I like how she gave her number OUT on the air. That was brave esp. since a lot of y’all (brothaz) up in here done expressed an interest.

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  12. Awesome show and a great guest.
    I will use her services in the future. Think she said she’s in Ridgewood, NJ???

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