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Ebony Cookbook: A Date with a Dish
     

Ebony Cookbook: A Date with a Dish

by Freda DeKnight
 

The first "A Date With a Dish" appeared in 1948; it reappeared as "The Ebony Cookbook" in 1962, and has stood the test of time. Freda DeKnight's selection from the thousands of American Negro recipes in her collection is unique. It preserves many dishes that might otherwise be lost to a TV-dinner generation. It provides a guide and reference for everyone, from

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The first "A Date With a Dish" appeared in 1948; it reappeared as "The Ebony Cookbook" in 1962, and has stood the test of time. Freda DeKnight's selection from the thousands of American Negro recipes in her collection is unique. It preserves many dishes that might otherwise be lost to a TV-dinner generation. It provides a guide and reference for everyone, from novice cook to discriminating gourmet, who loves good food. The uses of herbs, spices and wines, a 'Guide for the Housewife' (which really tells how to cook), and a section of complete menus supplement the organized presentation of recipes for everything from appetizers to dessert.

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"A perennial favorite in the kitchen is The Ebony Cookbook. Readers of Ebony Magazine have long relied on the monthly feature 'A Date With A Dish,' in which most of these recipes, menus, and catering inspirations first appeared. A selection from thousands of dishes make up this collection of SOUL FOOD recipes— new ideas and old favorites. The book has a handsome laminated jacket to protect it from spills in the kitchen."  —Chicago Sun-Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780874850031
Publisher:
Johnson Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/28/1978
Edition description:
Rev. ed
Pages:
394
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 1.46(d)

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