- Jan. 18, 2014 -
Food is tied to our senses, and certain food can be associated with certain feelings and memories. Soul food in particular can bring up feelings of warmth, comfort, and the satisfaction of a full belly. Of course, every type of food comes with its own history, and its own culture, and soul food is rife with both. Soul food is deeply rooted with the African American culture, and the American South as well. Many of these foods can be traced all the way back to the 14th century, but have obviously been tweaked and updated hundreds of time since then.Man of the Hour
magazine has released their own list of recipes for all these soul food classics. Anyone that's wanted to learn how to make the best cornbread or jambalaya to impress their loved ones, or wanted to know a new variation of the recipe should consult this article. There are enough recipes to provide your friends and families with a full meal, from appetizer to a delicious sweet potato pie dessert.
For a full list of all the recipes, including oven fried chicken and more, follow the link here:http://www.manofthehourmag.com/apps/blog/show/40762344-th...