Soul Food Recipes in honor of Black History Month …

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Soul Food Recipes in honor of Black History Month

Soul Food: — (food traditionally eaten by African-Americans in the South) – from WordNet – A Lexical Database for the English Language

Although I am not unfamiliar with Soul Food – my father is from southern Mississippi, and is quite adept at cooking good old Southern food! – I have gone to a few websites that specialize in Soul Food Recipes. Here is a quote from Chef Rick:

“Many people have asked me what ‘soul food’ is. There are as many different opinions on it as there are people in the world, it seems.

The term its self first came into the language in the 1960s, used mostly by African-Americans living in the urban areas of the North to describe the foods that were their culinary heritage.

Soul food was the food they had grown up on in the South…

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