3/29/2014 Post Review
SOUL FOOD COOKBOOK
This is really an interesting cook book she is African American, Native American, German French and I thought I had a combination.
this cook book starts off with African American with cakes, biscuits. Monkey Bread tickled my funny bone. My daughter made this and may become a family favorite. There’s soups , salads fruit salads yum, yum .
You’ll venture through all her cultures and find many, many great foods I am sure you will find a lot of foods you will like. Like Cherokee Huckleberry Bread Buffalo soup yes you heard me right buffalo soup sounds good doesn’t it??
There was a recipe on page 258 she said to peel peaches yet I didn’t see it in the list of foods to get to put in this recipe.
As you go through this book you will be delighted by what she has in here. You’ll find yummy food from all of her cultures.
Her history is fascinating to read about her. what a lovely lady.
Grab this book and enjoy not only her recipes but her history. I recommend it highly.
I received this beautiful book free from Smith Publicity for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own and no one else’s.