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Princess Pamela's Soul Food Cookbook : A Mouth-watering Treasury Of Afro-American Recipes : The Beloved Classic Now Back In Print After 45 Years (2017, original release: 1969)
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Call Number 641.59296/STROBEL,P


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Published: New York : Rizzoli, 2017 ©1969
Series: Lee Brothers classic library
Description:  239 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780847858422 :, 0847858421,
Language:  English


Includes index



Meats complete : 'n other soul treats -- Sweet garden greens : roots 'n shoots -- Grits, 'taters, rice, 'n mush -- Batter 'n butter -- Soulful goodies

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Additional Credits:
Lee, Matt (Cookbook author), writer of introduction
Lee, Ted, writer of introduction

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Princess Pamela's Soul Food Cookbook

Princess Pamela’s Soul Food Cookbook by Pamela Strobel was out of print until the Lee Brothers discovered a copy of the book and had it reprinted. Starting with a detailed introduction that tells you about Princess Pamela and her beloved recipes and restaurants, it also provides notable information about the history of soul food cookbooks. The Lee Brothers have tested many of the recipes and the result is a series of helpful instructions, and while there are no pictures, there is a poem by Princess Pamela for nearly every recipe, full of self-deprecating humor and witty observation. Overall, I found it to be a fun and informative read. I made the Sauce Beautiful and Hot Slaw, which were both tasty, and plan to try more recipes, like the Brown Coconut Pie that calls for freshly grated coconut and the Molasses Pie with pecans.
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