Mandy S Favorite Louisiana Recipes

Author: Natalie Scott
Editor: Pelican Publishing Company
ISBN: 1455608319
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Three hundred authentic recipes from New Orleans' Creole home cooks fill the pages of this culinary classic. First published in 1929 and compiled by New Orleanian Natalie V. Scott, from the recipes of cooks she had employed through the years, this cookbook contains such gastronomic delights as Cream of Crab Soup, Fried Tomatoes, Grillades Piquantes, Pecan Pralines, and a variety of Creole sauces. These are the same mouth-watering favorites loved today by locals and tourists alike.

Recipes For Respect

Author: Rafia Zafar
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820353671
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Food studies, once trendy, has settled into the public arena. In the academy, scholarship on food and literary culture constitutes a growing river within literary and cultural studies, but writing on African American food and dining remains a tributary. Recipes for Respect bridges this gap, illuminating the role of foodways in African American culture as well as the contributions of Black cooks and chefs to what has been considered the mainstream. Beginning in the early nineteenth century and continuing nearly to the present day, African Americans have often been stereotyped as illiterate kitchen geniuses. Rafia Zafar addresses this error, highlighting the long history of accomplished African Americans within our culinary traditions, as well as the literary and entrepreneurial strategies for civil rights and respectability woven into the written records of dining, cooking, and serving. Whether revealed in cookbooks or fiction, memoirs or hotel-keeping manuals, agricultural extension bulletins or library collections, foodways knowledge sustained Black strategies for self-reliance and dignity, the preservation of historical memory, and civil rights and social mobility. If, to follow Mary Douglas's dictum, food is a field of action-that is, a venue for social intimacy, exchange, or aggression-African American writing about foodways constitutes an underappreciated critique of the racialized social and intellectual spaces of the United States.

Dethroning The Deceitful Pork Chop

Author: Jennifer Jensen Wallach
Editor: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 1557286795
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Uses a variety of methodological perspectives to demonstrate that throughout time black people have used both overt and subtle food practices to resist white oppression.

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Louisiana History

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Mirations And Miracles Of Mandy

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I Hear America Cooking

Author: Betty Fussell
Editor: Penguin Group USA
ISBN: 9780140263329
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Focuses on six culinary frontiers from Alaska to Florida, with recipes and lore that represent each area's history, population, and ecology, from breakfasts to opulent dinnertime desserts

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Bibliographic Guide To Black Studies

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The Rochester Clarke Bibliography Of Louisiana Cookery

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Recipes From Historic Louisiana

Author: Linda Bauer
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A collection of favorite recipes from chefs at 48 enduring eating establishments in storied buildings across Louisiana. Intriguing stories combined with tantalizing recipes enable the reader to discover the pure joy of dining throughout historic Louisiana.

200 Years Of New Orleans Cooking

Author: Natalie Scott
Editor: Pelican Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781455600069
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The Last Suppers

Author: Mandy Mikulencak
Editor: Kensington Books
ISBN: 1496710053
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Set in 1950s Louisiana, Mandy Mikulencak’s beautifully written and emotionally moving novel evokes both The Help and Dead Man Walking with the story of an unforgettable woman whose quest to provide meals for death row prisoners leads her into the secrets of her own past. Many children have grown up in the shadow of Louisiana’s Greenmount State Penitentiary. Most of them—sons and daughters of corrections officers and staff—left as soon as they could. Yet Ginny Polk chose to come back to work as a prison cook. She knows the harsh reality of life within those walls—the cries of men being beaten, the lines of shuffling inmates chained together. Yet she has never seen them as monsters, not even those sentenced to execution. That’s why Ginny has taken on a special responsibility: preparing their last meals. Pot roast or red beans and rice, coconut cake or pork neck stew ... whatever the men ask for Ginny prepares, even meeting with their heartbroken relatives to get each recipe just right. The prison board frowns upon the ritual, as does Roscoe Simms, Greenmount’s Warden. Her daddy’s best friend before he was murdered, Roscoe has always watched out for Ginny, and their friendship has evolved into something deep and unexpected. But when Ginny stumbles upon information about the man executed for killing her father, it leads to a series of dark and painful revelations. Truth, justice, mercy—none of these are as simple as Ginny once believed. And the most shocking crimes may not be the ones committed out of anger or greed, but the sacrifices we make for love. “A haunting study of race relations, compassion, and mystery. A must read.” —Library Journal (Starred Review)

A Gracious Plenty

Author: John T. Edge
Editor: Putnam Adult
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Hundreds of classic recipes capture the rich culinary traditions of the American South, introducing more than four hundred dishes representing a broad spectrum of geographical, cultural, and social influences. 15,000 first printing.