Do you love culinary history like I do?

HELLO, LOYAL FOLLOWERS!


It has been a minute since I posted a recipe……..

But good news! I have been hard at work getting my new book ready.


I present to you all, “A CULINARY HISTORY OF THE CHESAPEAKE: Four Centuries of Food and Recipes“.



What is the book about?

The four hundred years since colonization have brought European, African and Asian techniques, ingredients and tastes to the Chesapeake Bay. European colonists and Africans both enslaved and free were influenced by indigenous ingredients and Native American cooking and created uniquely New World foods. The nineteenth century saw the development of industries based on the bounty of the Bay and the rising popularity of oysters, blue crab and turtle soup throughout the greater Mid-Atlantic. Waves of immigrants brought their own cuisines to the mix, and colcannon, brisket, sauerkraut and fish peppers are now found on Chesapeake tables. Local author, scientist and blogger Tangie Holifield weaves together the unique food traditions of the Bay, telling the stories of each culture that has contributed to its bounty.



The book is now available for pre-order at www.amazon.com.

Get your copy today!


It’s Never Too Late……

Legendary entertainer, Nona Hendryx is a vocalist, record producer, songwriter, musician, author, and actress. But she is best known for her work as a solo artist as well as for being one-third of the trio Labelle, who had a hit with “Lady Marmalade.” Her music has ranged from soul, funk, and R&B to hard rock, new wave, and new-age

In this video clip, Nona Hendryx talks about her mom opening a restaurant at the age of 73….. and the importance of family, food and purpose. Truly inspiring!

 

Originally Published on youtube.com on  October  3, 2016.

Order your copy of the “God’s Love We Deliver Cookbook”  today! glwd.org/cookbook

 

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