Synopses & Reviews
"Soul Food is just what the name implies. It is soulfully cooked food . . . good for your ever-loving soul . . . the shur-'nuf kinda down-home cookin' that I grew up on", writes Sheila Ferguson. In Soul Food she captures the essense of this cooking through 200 mouth-watering recipes, seasoned with vivid anecdotes, photos, and tales capturing the unique spirit of soul food. (Grove Press)February
Soul food is just what the name implies. It is soulfully cooked food . . . good for your ever-loving soul . . . the shur-nuf kinda down-home cookin that I grew up on,” writes Sheila Ferguson. Abundant in flavor and varietyranging from classics such as barbecued spare ribs, fried chicken, cornbread, and collard greens to less well known but equally sumptuous recipes such as sweet potato biscuits, grits soufflé, and wild fox grape winesoul food is a truly American cuisine, originated in the deep South by slaves and later shaped and expanded by the rich diversity of African-American culture.