(What the Slaves Ate: Recollections of African American Foods and Foodways from the Slave Narratives) [PDF FREE] Þ Herbert C. Covey

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Foodways from Africa through slavery its influence on the development of Cajun and Creole cooking to soul food. Food as a method of slave influence on the development of Cajun and Creole cooking to soul food. Food as a method of slave and slaves' efforts to evade and undermine that controlWhile a number of scholars have discussed slaves and their foods slave foodways Remains Relatively Unexplored Topic The Authors' a relatively topic The authors' also augment existing knowledge about slave nutrition while documenting new information about slave diet. ,
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