Soul Food Love: Healthy Recipes Inspired by One Hundred Years of Cooking in a Black Family
Soul Food Love Healthy Recipes Inspired by One Hundred Years of Cooking in a Black Family
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A mother-daughter duo reclaims and redefines soul food by mining the traditions of four generations of black women and creating 80 healthy recipes to help everyone live longer and stronger.
In May 2012, bestselling author Alice Randall penned an op-ed in the New York Times titled “Black Women and Fat,” chronicling her quest to be “the last fat black woman” in her family. She turned to her daughter, Caroline Randall Williams, for help. Together they overhauled the way they cook and eat, translating recipes and traditions handed down by generations of black women into easy, affordable, and healthful—yet still indulgent—dishes, such as Peanut Chicken Stew, Red Bean and Brown Rice Creole Salad, Fiery Green Beans, and Sinless Sweet Potato Pie. Soul Food Love relates the authors’ fascinating family history (which mirrors that of much of black America in the twentieth century), explores the often fraught relationship African-American women have had with food, and forges a powerful new way forward that honors their cultural and culinary heritage. This is what the strong black kitchen looks like in the twenty-first century.
- Hardcover: 224 pages
- Publisher: Clarkson Potter (February 3, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0804137935
- ISBN-13: 978-0804137935
- Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 1.1 x 9.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
Really read it before you judge
I found this in review on yahoo food. It seemed intriguing. I used to work in an African-American school and the dean of students would sometimes bring in soul food and it was so ridiculously delicious that when I learned of this book, I thought I would try a soul food cooking spell. Since I’m working on eating more healthfully the premise seemed perfect.
In LOVE with this soulful book…
This book is a beautifully woven story of food in history. This mommy/daughter duo did an amazing job of capturing in each story what it meant to cook during that era. The women, the food, the love shared and lost. I personally can relate to Joan’s love affair with cookbooks. I am a proud collector and love getting lost in these pages. It’s not only a cookbook but a history book full of deeply soulful stories. I can’t put this book down! Job well done ladies.
SOUL AND SUBSTANCE
I love the fact that this is a book with stories AND Recipes. The stories provide a background and history leading to the recipes in the book, in addition to their MEANING. I plan to make many, many recipes from this book and it looks great on the living room table. Dining as a family has been lost in recent years for many households. It is good to know that people can come together for meals and give their kids some good memories.
enchanting family history and wonderful recipes
I am looking forward to cooking most of the recipes in this book. I am also inspired to go through my grandmother’s recipe cards I inherited so I can preserve and creatively update her recipes. I was reminded how taste changes when I made a 40+ year old Julia Child quiche recipe for a family birthday last Sunday. It was delicious and I was willing to splurge on the cream, but my half asleep Sunday morning self added the entire teaspoon of salt that the recipe called for over-riding the flashing lightbulb in my brain warning that was too much salt. It was way too much salt for today’s palate, but probably not for 1970. The cream carried it off and guests wanted the left-overs, but next time less salt, less cream, and more milk will make the recipe delicious and more guilt free. Finally I have so many recipes I have been looking for. Greens without salt pork, a wonderful sweet potato, kale and black-eyed peas stew, gorgeous asparagus soup . . I can’t wait to start cooking.
Soul Food Love teaches history, culture, revised recipes to celebrate family togetherness without overdoing it…in healthy way.
Love it! Great recipes…..shared historical and cultural traditions….wonderful explanation of
Best cookbook in my house.
I received a copy for Christmas. It is by far the best cook book I have. I bought a copy for a friend for her birthday as she had enjoyed several dishes that I have shared with her.
Great recipes and family stories!
Great cookbook and family stories! I first saw a few of the recipes in Southern Living, and tried them all! Wonderful, especially fond of the Sweet Potato Broth!! Not just for black cooks or soul food lovers, the recipes are time tested and delicious.
I love the marriage of healthy and soul food int his …
I love the marriage of healthy and soul food int his book. recipes are tasty and provide a healthy alternative to many cultural dishes. Its a hard back book.