This category is for sites devoted to African-American heritage recipes and soul food. Soul food grew from the subsistence diet of African-Americans while they were in bondage, first by physical chains, then economic ones. The term its self was first coined by African-Americans living in the Northern states to describe their food heritage. While it is somewhat a derivative of Southern cooking, it is eaten all over the United States.
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African-American Soul Food
Recipes include Barbecued Pig's Feet, Butter Beans with Ham Bones and Okra, and Mustard Greens with Ham Hocks.
Soul Food Cookbook
Traditional and modern soul food and African-American heritage recipes, including dishes with a Caribbean flavor.
Soul Food Online
Large number of recipes, with restaurant listings, and message board.
The Soul Food Site
Collection of soul food and African-American heritage recipes from appetizers to desserts, with a recipe swap message board.
Yahoo! Groups African-American Recipe Exchange
E-mail group for exchanging soul food and heritage recipes.