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Olga Rosales Salinas

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Olga Rosales Salinas is Managing Editor for San Francisco Bay Area Moms. As a freelance writer and journalist, her articles have been published nationally by palabra, National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Other bylines have appeared in Voices of Monterey Bay, Jumble & Flow and various others. Her debut collection of poetry and prose, La Llorona, was published by Birch Bench Press in August of 2021. In 2019 her philanthropy and activism began with a non-profit benefiting first-generation and immigrant students, The Rosales Sisters' Scholarship. She has had spotlights in the following podcasts and radio stations; THINK/NPR with Krys Boyd, Los Sotelos Podcast, The Hive Poetry Collective @ksqd.org, Walk the Talk Podcast, "Making a Difference with Sheetal Ohri" on Bolly 92.3 FM, and Roll Over Easy @BFFdotFM Radio.
Poori Masala: Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

Poori Masala: Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

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Learning to cook is like learning any other art form; the more you try, the better you'll get. I keep thinking about this when I take a cooking lesson from Sujaya. We made dahl during our...
Upma: Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

Upma: Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

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This week on Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners, I learned about Upma, a traditional South Indian breakfast dish. After spending 5 minutes prepping and plating this flavor-packed dish, I've decided it is the...
Prawn Fry: Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

Prawn Fry: Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

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Recently, I've had the pleasure of learning how to cook Indian food with my dear friend Sujaya. This week we tackled my favorite protein, shrimp! Until this week, our cooking lessons had focused on...
Lemon Rice: Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

Lemon Rice: Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

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Welcome to the third installment of Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners. It's a new series here at San Francisco Bay Area Moms, where my friend Sujaya teaches me how to cook Indian...
Cooking with Sujaya: Indian Food for Beginners

Cooking with Sujaya: Indian Food for Beginners. Today’s Lesson, Sambar

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This is the second installment in Cooking with Sujaya. My dear friend, Sujaya, teaches me how to cook Indian cuisine. I'm no chef, but the meals that I cook (that I'm comfortable cooking) are...
Generalized Anxiety and The Holidays

Anxiety and The Holidays

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Few things make me as anxious as the holiday season. The emotional weight of ambitious new and forming family traditions is overwhelming. So is shopping, decorating, and attending an excessive amount of holiday events....
Cooking with Sujaya: Indian Cooking for Beginners

Cooking with Sujaya: Indian Cooking for Beginners

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Have you ever considered learning how to cook Indian food? Are you scared of seasoning or spice? When I met my friend Sujaya, who told me she made home-cooked meals, I was impressed, but...
Friendship while Pregnant

Friendship while Pregnant

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What was your pregnancy like? Here's mine in four sentences. At the end of my first pregnancy, I was a thirty-five-year-old resuming college student carrying a heavy workload of psychology books on my back and...
Eliza Fletcher was kidnapped and murdered doing the thing I did for most of my 20s and 30s - running at dusk.

Eliza Fletcher was Kidnapped and Murdered Doing the Thing I Did for Most of...

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Last week Eliza Fletcher was kidnapped and murdered doing the thing I did for most of my 20s and 30s - running at dusk.  I completed my last full marathon in roughly six hours, and...
On Writing About Your Family History

On Writing About Your Family Experience, and Secrets

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I recently wrote a personal essay about my family's experience with mental health. It focused on a sibling's schizophrenia and how the diagnosis has affected our family. As you can imagine writing a piece...
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