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The New African-American Kitchen

by Angela Shelf Medearis

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Published by Natl Book Network .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsTX
The Physical Object
Pagination272 p.
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23113519M
ISBN 101891105396
ISBN 109781891105395
OCLC/WorldCa209650113

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The New African-American Kitchen is much more than just a cookbook. This is a beautifully presented book that provides historical information and an insight into the cultures that brought us this wonderful food.

The Kitchen Diva's personality comes through loud and clear and this cookbook is a wonderful addition to any kitchen/5(9). The new African-American kitchen. [Angela Shelf Medearis] -- With recipes from Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas, this book covers classic recipes as well as more contemporary fare and several vegetarian dishes.

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Angela Shelf Medearis. Walmart # $ $ 67 $ $ Out of stock. Book Format. Select Option. Current selection is: Hardcover. Book Format: Hardcover. Hardcover. Qty: Get in-stock alert. Delivery not : Angela Shelf Medearis. About the Author. TONI TIPTON-MARTIN is the first African-American editor of a major metropolitan daily newspaper, the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Formerly a member of the food staff of the Los Angeles Times, she lives in Dallas, Texas. Chef JOE RANDALL is a preeminent American by: 1. The New African-American Kitchen by Angela Shelf Medearis 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.

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This book honors them and that. The author compiles recipes that are African or Caribbean, that originated in American slave kitchens or that characterize contemporary African American taste.

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Free shipping for many products!Ratings: 1. The New book by Angela Shelf Medearis. This title is a compilation of recipes from Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas collected from slave quarters, plantations, church suppers, family reunions. An African American Cookbook: Traditional and Other Favorite Recipes is a wonderful collection of traditional recipes and food memories, as well as contemporary favorite foods.

Woven among the recipes are rich historical anecdotes and sayings.5/5(3). xiv, pages ; 25 cm A collection of recipes from the diverse traditions of African-American culture offers more than two hundred fifty dishes, including cuisine from Africa, the Caribbean, and the American SouthPages: offers a behind-the-scenes look at the kitchens, parties, food and lives of the world's greatest tastemakers.

Edna Lewis (b - d) was an African-American chef and author best known for her books on traditional Southern cuisine. She was one of eight children. Her cookbooks include The Edna Lewis Cookbook ().

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The David Walker Lupton African American Cookbook Collection, on the other hand, is housed at the University of Alabama and contains roughly publications —it’s one of. The book, which is the first book by a black person ever published by an American publishing house, according to the University of Michigan’s Feeding.

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The African-American Ritual Cookbook book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Didn't your mama ever tell you to eat your Vood /5. A classically trained opera singer and chef, Alexander Smalls describes his “Meals, Music, and Muses: Recipes From My African American Kitchen” (Flatiron Books, $35) as a playlist of African.Children's book author Medear°s has bitten off more than she can chew in trying to cover Africa and the Caribbean as well as early and modern African-American cooking.

Simple recipes are nothing special: almond-infused warm milk from Morocco is soothing, but hardly worth the hour necessary to prepare it, and an eggplant dip from Nigeria is piquant, although attempts to grind, as instructed, a.