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Fruits of the Harvest: Recipes to Celebrate Kwanzaa and Other Holidays

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Fruits of the Harvest: Recipes to Celebrate Kwanzaa and Other Holidays offers more than 125 treasured recipes from people of African descent all over the world: Jerked Pork Chops and Fresh Papaya Chutney from Jamaica; New-Fashioned Fried Chicken, a dish from the Deep South; and Tiebou Dienne, Senegalese herb-stuffed fish steaks with seasoned rice. In addition to main courses, there are recipes for a full range of dishes, from appetizers to soups, salads, side dishes, vegetables, breads, beverages, and, of course, desserts. Fried Okra, Antiguan Pepper Pot, Ambrosia Salad and Potato Salad, Garlic-Chedder Grits Soufflé, Caipirinha, and Sweet Potato Tarts in Peanut Butter Crusts are but a few of the delights featured here.

And along the way, learn about African American culture, including the seven principles of Kwanzaa and how people of African descent all across the globe celebrate the best their cultures have to offer through food and communion. Fruits of the Harvest: Recipes to Celebrate Kwanzaa and Other Holidays isn't just a cookbook — it's a source of inspiration for the most extravagant of holiday gatherings as well as for a simple Sunday dinner.

Synopsis:

A source of inspiration for the most extravagant of holiday gatherings as well as for a simple Sunday dinner, this book offers more than 125 treasured recipes from people of African descent all over the world. Additional information on African-American culture, Kwanzaa, and cultural celebrations is included.

About the Author

Eric V. Copage, a reporter at the New York Times, has also been an editor at the New York Times Magazine and a music columnist for Essence.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780060833244
Subtitle:
Recipes to Celebrate Kwanzaa and Other Holidays
Author:
Carrington, Cheryl
Illustrator:
Carrington, Cheryl
Author:
Copage, Eric V.
Publisher:
Amistad
Subject:
Customs & Traditions
Subject:
Kwanzaa
Subject:
Holiday cookery
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - African
Subject:
Holiday - General
Subject:
African
Subject:
African American cookery
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Hardcover
Publication Date:
20051025
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
, Y
Pages:
384
Dimensions:
8 x 8 x 1.21 in 27.12 oz

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"Synopsis" by , A source of inspiration for the most extravagant of holiday gatherings as well as for a simple Sunday dinner, this book offers more than 125 treasured recipes from people of African descent all over the world. Additional information on African-American culture, Kwanzaa, and cultural celebrations is included.

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