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The African-American Heritage Cookbook: Traditional Recipes & Fond Remembrances from Alabama's Renowned Tuskegee Institute.

Cookery] Tillery, Carolyn Quick.

Published by Birch Lane Press, Secaucus, 1997
ISBN 10: 1559723254 / ISBN 13: 9781559723251
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Title: The African-American Heritage Cookbook: ...

Publisher: Birch Lane Press, Secaucus

Publication Date: 1997

Edition: Second Printing of the First Edition


A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. This collection of personal vignettes, pictorial accounts, poetry and over 200 traditional recipes come from the Tuskegee Institute and span the period from the days of slavery through the Victorian period, the world wars and up to the Civil Rights era. The recipes address beverages, soups and salads, main dishes, vegetables, and desserts. Bookseller Inventory # 23898

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Synopsis: Enjoy more than 200 traditional African-American recipes! This remarkable volume is the ultimate African-American cooking collection, with time-tested recipes for everything from beverages to soups and salads to main and side dishes to breads to desserts. And, the African-American Heritage Cookbook is more than just a recipe collection. It also features personal vignettes, pictorial accounts, literary passages, and poetry combined together to honor a notable American landmark—the Tuskegee Institute, founded by Booker T. Washington. You’ll learn to make such delectable, traditional dishes as:

-Hot Clam Dip
-Old-Time Potato Salad
-Salmon Croquettes
-Creole Rice
-And more!

Beginning with the final days of slavery and extending through the struggle for civil rights, this singular anthology is a historic tribute to African-Americans of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

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