[HISTORIC FOODWAYS] Soul Food; The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine - One Plate at a Time. Adrian Miller.

[HISTORIC FOODWAYS] Soul Food; The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine - One Plate at a Time

Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, 2013. Paperback. 333 pages. 23.5 x 15.5 cm. Includes 22 Recipes. "This is the story of soul food. Down through history, African American cuisine has gone by several names since enslaved West Africans arrived in British North America: slave food, the master's leftovers, Southern food, country cooking, home cooking, down home cooking, Negro food and soul food. Of them, 'southern food' and 'soul food' are the labels most used, but they also tend to confuse. This book explores where southern food ends and soul food begins, and why soul food became the most recognized aspect of African American cooking." Adrian Miller is a writer, attorney, and certified barbecue judge. He has served as a special assistant to President Bill Clinton, a senior policy analyst for Colorado Governor Bill Ritter Jr., and a Southern Foodways Alliance board member. Soul Food won the James Beard Foundation Book Award for Reference and Scholarship. Pristine. Color illustrated paperback. Fine. Item #2199

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