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Read (and learn to write your own) Family Memories where food provides a backdrop for challenging life issues.
links "Soul2Keep" to sites
with news, profiles, recipes, restaurant reviews or
general interest that
speak to our soul.
Black and Brown America Cookbooks and Recipes
Recipe Collections from People of Color:
Use our Soul2Keep Recipe Finder:
Searching for the best recipe for Chitterlings? Charlotte Russe? Calas? Locating lost recipes is our favorite challenge....
After glancing at the photograph above:
Do you think there are enough volumes in our Soul2Keep reference library?
Answer: Of course not. There's another room of wrap-around book shelves and a spacious storage space filled with....cookbooks and cooking antiques.
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Soul (food) to Keep
African Americans, Caribbean Americans and Blacks of African descent have long stirred pots containing more than soul food in North America, the Caribbean, South America and Europe. But the soul food label, made popular during the 1960’s and 1970’s, survives in the 21st century as a delicious brand that includes family celebration dinners and survival recipes we don’t want to lose.