For Black folk, cooking is a love language and a deliciously soulful tribute to those who came before us. Today, families continue to bond, creating culture and history in the kitchen while documenting recipes.
The spirit of the holidays is all around us, but there is no excuse to show up to the table empty-handed.
Here is a list of cookbooks by Black chefs that will have you racing to your kitchens, thanks to Amazon.
Cooking from the Spirit: Easy, Delicious, and Joyful Plant-Based Inspirations
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New York Times bestselling author Tabitha Brown, presents her first cook book, just in time to whip up delicious vegan dishes for Thanksgiving. Brown offers flexible, creative, and encouraging gluten-free recipes especially for those who say “I’ve never eaten vegan before” but are eager to indulge in plant-based eating.
With 80 recipes, Cooking from the Spirit brings you Brown’s Yam Halves Topped with Maple-Cinnamon Pecan Glaze, Stuffed Avocado, Jackfruit Pot Roast, Crab-less Cakes with Spicy Tartar Sauce, Who Made the Potato Salad?, Strawberry Cheesecake Cups, and more. “Like so, like that!,” as Brown would say.
She also shares personal stories and inspirational...