Momma Cherri's Soul in a Bowl Cookbook

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A first book from Charita Jones - a.k.a Momma Cherri. Soul Food is the food of the deep south of America, borne out of the deprivations of slavery, where a variety of ingredients and dishes, some unique and some shared with other parts of the world, come together to make up a stunning cuisine of spice and flavour. Momma Cherri has taken her version of Soul Food and transplanted it to Britain - fried chicken, ribs, jambalaya, gumbo, prawns, black-eye peas, sweet potatoes, mash, cornbread, key lime pie, pecan pie, ...

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A first book from Charita Jones - a.k.a Momma Cherri. Soul Food is the food of the deep south of America, borne out of the deprivations of slavery, where a variety of ingredients and dishes, some unique and some shared with other parts of the world, come together to make up a stunning cuisine of spice and flavour. Momma Cherri has taken her version of Soul Food and transplanted it to Britain - fried chicken, ribs, jambalaya, gumbo, prawns, black-eye peas, sweet potatoes, mash, cornbread, key lime pie, pecan pie, pancakes and waffles. If you're looking for a quick answer to what gives soul food its soul, it is simply to say that it is a cuisine born when you have far more love than money! With stunning photography by Peter Cassidy, this brilliantly original book showcases a great array of soul food classics.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781904573814
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
  • Publication date: 5/28/2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 192

Meet the Author

Born in Philadelphia in the 1950s, Charita's early career was in music, and soul music in particular. She moved to England in the late 1970s, formed an all-girl group called The Street Angels and had a Top 30 hit. Her life was transformed overnight when her soul food restaurant was featured in Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares - he loved her, he loved her food, he loved her restaurant, but he hated the way she ran her business. She has appeared on Saturday Cooks and BBC's Saturday Kitchen.

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