Soul Food Love


At what point does soul food become unhealthy for the body? And how can that trend be reversed?

“The kitchen has historically been a fraught place for many black Americans. Our family is among the many,” write New York Times best-selling author Alice Randall and her daughter, Caroline Randall Williams, in their new book, Soul Food Love: Healthy Recipes Inspired by One Hundred Years of Cooking in a Black Family (Crown Publishing Group, 2015). 

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