The New African-American Kitchen

The New African-American Kitchen

Book - 2008
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A collection of recipes from the diverse traditions of African American culture offers more than two hundred dishes, including cuisine from Africa, the Caribbean, and the American South.

This title is a compilation of recipes from Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas collected from slave quarters, plantations, church suppers, family reunions, ancient celebrations, and modern ethnic kitchens. It also includes numerous vegetarian dishes, calls for organic ingredients, and offers information and recipes that address ways to combat diet-related illnesses from diabetes to heart disease.

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The popular host of "The Kitchen Diva" PBS series shares culturally rich recipes inspired by the flavors of Africa, the Caribbean, and the ethnic regions of the Americas, in a volume that features such options as African Mozambique Shrimp, Caribbean Jerk Pork, and Chicken with Peaches. By the author of The Ethnic Vegetarian.

Publisher: New York : Lake Isle Press, [2008]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2008
ISBN: 9781891105395
Branch Call Number: 641.5929 Medearis 2008
Characteristics: 272 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm


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