Kwanzaa: An African-American Celebration of Culture and Cooking

Front Cover
Morrow, 1991 - Cooking - 356 pages
1 Review
A week-long holiday of African cultural heritage created 25 years ago, Kwanzaa--which means "first fruits" in Swahili--is now observed by more than five million Americans. This complete guide to the holiday's history, principles, and foods includes stories from black folklore and more than 200 kitchen-tested recipes, including such delights as Nigerian chicken stew, shrimp creole, pecan pie, and ginger beer. 2-color illustrations throughout.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: Kwanzaa: An African American Celebration Of Culture And Cooking

User Review  - Bug - Goodreads

this is a great cookbook Read full review

Contents

APPETIZERS
15
SOUPS
47
SALADS
63
Copyright

8 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1991)

Eric V. Copage, a reporter at the "New York Times", has also been an editor at the "New York Times Magazine" and a music columnist for "Essence".

Bibliographic information