A new book covers the often overlooked contributions of black cooks and chefs to American cuisine.
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You probably know Belgium is famous for beer and chocolate, but the country has also produced some iconic contributions to cookbooks. One of the best is Carbonnade a la Flamande, a very old, rich, and beautifully basic farmer’s stew. Unlike...Show More Summary
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From cookbooks and childhood memories, and through trial and error, some are determined to begin a new tradition with the food of their ancestors.
A bit of credit, finally, where credit is due. Of the 100,000+ recipe collections published over hundreds of years of American history through the end of the 20th century, only 200 or so have been credited to black cooks and writers. Read Full Story
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A new book shines a spotlight on writers like Ruth L. Gaskins and Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor American cuisine has been profoundly shaped by the contributions of African Americans, especially women of African descent. But historically, their innovation and culinary artistry have been erased or outright appropriated by white cooks. Show More Summary
From Dalí's red salad to Warhol's cream of tomato soup.
With its vibrant watercolor illustrations and recipes written in delicate hand lettering, artist Marcella Kriebel's cookbook is as much an art project as a manual to tasty meals from Latin America.
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Featuring reviews of more that 160 cookbooks written by African Americans during the 19th and 20th centuries, Toni Tipton-Martin's The Jemima Code is a much-overdue look at at how African Americans really cooked over the last 200 years,...Show More Summary
Just a quick deal for you geeks. This deal will only be good for a limited time: The Kali Linux Cookbook, usually priced at $26.99, is now free for a limited time. Over 70 recipes to help you master Kali Linux for effective penetration security testing. Show More Summary
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