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African American Cookbookby Phoebe Bailey
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Loss Forgiveness and Restoration.The Face of Christ illustration and the accompanying story that has changed lives all around the globe.First it is a truelife story of an advertising executive an artist and a pastor Joe Castillo and the way God changed him. It also tells of the many lives touched by this simple illustration.Done before a live audience the very first time it had a powerful impact on those who watched. This motivated the artist to reproduce it in pen ink prints. As an artist Joes struggle to make a living was suddenly compounded by having his wife diagnosed with cancer. They had no insurance to cover the mounting debt but at an opportune time a friend offered to reproduce the artwork on marble plaques and pay royalties. The sales of the plaques were amazing surely this was the answer to all their financial problems But the story seems to grind to a halt. The friend refuses to pay royalties on the artwork that is selling world wide and Joe loses his wife to cancer. It becomes a daily struggle to forgive the man who was profiting from his artwork and overcome the bitterness at the loss of his wife. The plaques seem to show up everywhere compounding his anger and resentment. For Joe it became a bitter symbol of everything that had gone wrong.If you have ever struggled with forgiveness. If some events in your life just dont make sense God can use this artwork and the story that goes with it to help you put the pieces together.
An African American Cookbook: More than 400 recipes are gathered in this bountiful collection of favorite foods and the memories and stories that go with them. From traditional foods to contemporary favorites.
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 400 recipes are rich historical anecdotes and sayings. They were discovered or lived by this cookbook's contributors, many of whose ancestors participated in the Underground Railroad or lived nearby where it was active. Presented in an easy-to-use format for cooks of all traditions, this is a cookbook rich in history and rich in easy-to-prepare, wonderfully tasty food.
From cracklin' cornbread to smoked turkey and black-eyed peas, this compendium celebrates the traditional recipes and food memories of African American eating. Includes rich anecdotes and sayings from the Harambee Historical Services in Lancaster, Pennsylvania--a stop along the historic Underground Railroad.
About the Author
Phoebe M. Bailey was born the youngest of 15 children in a family from Huntington, Long Island, New York. Phoebe has been encouraged by her father's strength and courage as a black man, an inspired by her mother's faith in God and undeniable intelligence as a black woman, to embrace herself and her Afican heritage. Phoebe began her careet with Bethel Harambee Historical Sercies as a call from God. She left the coporate world to work closely with her brother, The Reverend Edward M. Mailey, and the congregation of Bethel African Methodist Espicopal Church, to preser4ve and tell the stories of those Africans who have been discounted and left out of traditional American history and to restore and rebuild a community of faith.
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