An African American cookbook : traditional and other favorite recipes / Phoebe Bailey with the special assistance of Christina G. Johnson and Kesha M. Morant
Book | 2015 | Revised & updated.
Available at WCTC General Collection (TX715 .B1613 2015)
Revised & updated.
246 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
"Wade in the water" : Main dishes -- "Steal away!" : Meats -- "Swing low" : Vegetables -- "Go down, Moses" : Salads -- "Let us break bread together" : Breads -- "Follow the drinking gourd" : Soups -- Bethel AME's annual cookout : Sweets -- A newly freed man's prayer : Cakes -- "We are climbing Jacob's ladder" : Snacks and appetizers -- Story and song : About "living the experience" ; About Bethel Harambee Historical Services and the Hopkins Research and Study Center ; About ChurchTowne of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
"An African American Cookbook: Traditional and Other Favorite Recipes is a bountiful collection of favorite foods and the memories that go with them. The traditional foods reflect the ingenious, resourceful, and imaginative Africans who made them. Woven among the four hundred recipes are rich historic anecdotes and sayings. They were discovered or lived by the cookbook's contributors, many of whose ancestors participated in the Underground Railroad or lived near where it was active. This is a cookbook rich in history and rich in easy-to-prepare, wonderfully tasty food!"--Provided by publisher.
Johnson, Christina G., contributor.
Morant, Kesha M., contributor.