Of the People Cookbook African American Cuisine
Of the People is a cookbook from the world's largest African American museum. Inside this cookbook are five chapters of authentic African American cuisine
Format: Hardcover spiral bound, 174 pages.
Copyright: 1999, First Printing
Publisher: Charles H Wright Museum of African American History
Author: Dawn Foster Langford and Damaris Hill
Description: Of the People is a cookbook from the world's largest African American Musuem with five chapters of recipes that link the history, the heritage, and the cuisine of African Americans through African symbols.
- Africa – The African Memory: The wisdom of learning from the past. Chinchin, Jollot Rice, Groundnut Soup
- Caribbean and South America – The Diaspora: Ingenuity, intelligence, patience. Calalou, Jerk Pork, Arroz Banana
- Africans in America – Survival of the Spirit: Adaptability, toughness, withstanding difficulties. Turnip and Mustard Greens, Hominy Grits, Gumbo File
- African Americans – The Imperfect Union: Unity in diversity, oneness of the human family. Fried Green Tomatoes, Banana Pudding, Peach Pie
- The Future – The Struggle for Low-Fat Empowerment: Hardiness, perseverance. Black Beans and Rice, Corn Bread, Surprise-Garlic Mashed Potatoes
- And many more recipes.
Condition: Good condition.