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  Soul Food Cafe
Soul Food is also a portal to the imaginary writing world of Lemuria.
Soul Food and Lemuria are built on the Dali principle that "you have to systematically create confusion to set creativity free." There is no point navigating further if you are not able to step outside the box, think for yourself and respond intuitively.
The opinions expressed by contributors to The Soul Food Cafè on public domains outside the Soul Food Cafè are not to be construed as being endorsed by Heather Blakey.
www.dailywriting.net   (1017 words)

  
 Soul Food   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Much soul food requires the use of only one pot, as time for cooking and money for its tools were both hard to come by.
Soul food, like all inspired cuisine, is greater than the sum of its parts.
The variety of soul food is astonishing: chitlins or chitterlings, pig's intestines served boiled or fried in a batter; mess o' greens, or greens (most likely collard or mustard greens) cooked with salt pork until soft and delicious; red beans and rice;
www.cuisinenet.com /glossary/soul.html   (239 words)

  
 GMHC: Soul Food
Soul Food is a health and wellness promotion program for men of African ancestry who practice same sex desire.
Soul Food is committed to keeping same-gender-loving men of African ancestry alive and healthy.
Soul Food was born out of the Gay Men of Color Discussion Group held at the Gay Men's Health Crisis in the late 80's.
www.gmhc.org /programs/soul_food.html   (412 words)

  
 African American Registry: "Soul Food" a brief history!
Soul Food is a term used for an ethnic cuisine, food traditionally prepared and eaten by African Americans of the Southern United States.
Though soul food originated in the South, soul food restaurants — from fried chicken and fish "shacks" to upscale dining establishments are in every African-American community in the nation, especially in cities with large Black populations, such as Chicago, New York, New Orleans, Los Angeles and Washington, DC.
Over centuries, soul food has been cooked and seasoned with pork products, and fried dishes are usually cooked with hydrogenated vegetable oil ("shortening" or "Crisco"), which is a Trans Fat.
www.aaregistry.com /african_american_history/2676/Soul_Food_a_brief_history   (755 words)

  
 Soul Food TV Show - Soul Food Television Show - TV.com
Soul Food was the first original Showtime series to receive a second season order from the network.
Without missing a beat, Soul Food picks up where the 1997 film left off — with a family trying to do the best it can with what life has dealt them, while facing day to day turmoil that seems to permeate their lives.
Although the Joseph\'s beloved matriarch, Mama Joe (Irma P. Hall, Soul Food), has passed away, she is still there in spirit and her words of wisdom resound through her grandson Ahmad (Aaron Meeks), who is having a hard time adapting to his new role as "man of the house" since his parent\'s separation.
www.tv.com /soul-food/show/1288/summary.html   (743 words)

  
 The Oberlin Review \\ Perspectives
The expression "soul food" is thought to have derived from the cultural spirit and soul-satisfying flavors of fl-American food.
Some of the dishes commonly thought of as soul food include ham hocks, grits, chitterlings, fl-eyed peas and collard greens.
I don't go to Campus Restaurant that much, so a soul food restaurant wouldn't be a bad idea, just as long as they don't change the atmosphere too much.
www.oberlin.edu /stupub/ocreview/archives/1998.02.20/commentary/perspectives.html   (401 words)

  
 Soul Food   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Soul Food is just breaking any and all barriers that were made that no one would take to a fl family being shown vividly on a weekly basis.
Soul Food until recently with the introduction of Platinum, was the only drama series on TV that featured a Black cast.
Soul Food started to go downhill in Season 3 because Terri was acting so out of character before that the series was great.
www.jumptheshark.com /s/soulfood.htm   (3358 words)

  
 United States Regional Cuisine: Soul Food - free article courtesy of ArticleCity.com
The history of soul food is mainly an oral one; recipes were never really written down so while two families may be preparing identical meals, chances are that they don't taste very much alike.
Soul food is not generally a healthy option for a person that must monitor their diet.
Since this may be what contributes to such a high percentage of African-Americans that are significantly overweight, soul food preparation methods are now slowly starting to be refined, bringing a lot more healthy options to the table.
www.articlecity.com /articles/food_and_drink/article_586.shtml   (630 words)

  
 SOUL FOOD - A HISTORY OF SOUL FOOD
Foods such as turnips from Morocco and cabbage from Spain would play an important part in the history of African American cuisine.
Today when most people think of soul food, it is a table heavy with trays of watermelon, ribs, candied sweet potatoes or yams, greens and fried chicken.
In the search for the best soul food restaurant, there is one piece of advice: If you walk by and the aroma does not greet you at the door, keep walking.
www.foxhome.com /soulfood/htmls/soulfood.html   (1952 words)

  
 AfterEllen.com - Soul Food's Bird: Bisexual or Bi-Curious?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
On the official Soul Food site, Eva is described as a character who will appear in several episodes this season and "whose appearance will shake up the life of Bird." In an interview on the site, Vaughn describes Eva as someone who is "professional, strong and just happens to be a lesbian.
Few of the characters interact on a regular basis with someone they're not related to (either by blood or marriage), and the only non-family members who ever get any screen time are someone one of the family members is dating (like Damon).
In fact, the relationship between Bird and Eva will most likely end up functioning primarily as a catalyst between Bird and Lem, an obstacle designed to force their relationship to grow and change (Bird's unexpected discovery in next week's episode that she is pregnant serves a similar function).
www.afterellen.com /TV/soulfood.html   (1259 words)

  
 Soul Food
As a universal portrait of family life, Soul Food ranks among the very best films of its kind--believable, funny, emotional, and always approaching its characters (well-played by a uniformly excellent cast) with a generous spirit of forgiveness and understanding.
So, he made me watch "Soul Food" and the best part of the movie is the insight it brought to me with regard to his cooking.
White children drench these abominations in ketchup and even then have to be forced to eat them a gunpoint...) However, there is a scene in "Soul Food" in which a child excitedly recites the menu that includes green beans with his smile intact, and there is not a ketchup bottle in sight.
www.i-love-cats.com /cat-supplies/Cat-416316-B000059HAB-Soul_Food.html   (954 words)

  
 Soul Food Cafe --- Spiritual Musings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Soul Food Cafe is a very special place where writers and artists can grow and become their most authentic selves through the daily process of writing and creating art.
Follow l'Enchanteur on her Soul Food Silk Road Tour and discover the enchantment of such places as The House of The Serpents, the Lemurian Abbey, the Crest Hermitage, Duwamish Bay, the House of Baba Yaga, and many more intriguing tourist spots.
Lori is a regular contributor to the Soul Food Cafe website where she continues to intrigue and delightus all with her wonderfully descriptive writing and illuminating photo montages.
www.squidoo.com /SoulSister/?x=1&adult=false&ufg=false   (815 words)

  
 Soul Food - anther great tip from Gourmet Food Shop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The history of soul food is mainly an oral one; recipes were never really written down so while two families may be preparing identical meals, chances are that they don't taste very much alike.
Soul food is not generally a healthy option for a person that must monitor their diet.
Since this may be what contributes to such a high percentage of African-Americans that are significantly overweight, soul food preparation methods are now slowly starting to be refined, bringing a lot more healthy options to the table.
www.advancingwomen.com /gourmetfoodshop/foodtips/Soul-Food.php   (577 words)

  
 AskMen.com - Soul food
Of course, when we refer to soul food now, it is for the most part understood that we mean the food of the Old South, the evolution of slave food, and the food that best represents a vestige of African culinary customs.
Indeed, much of what we recognize as soul food today is derived from ingredients indigenous to Africa and the Caribbean, as well as the scraps that were on hand in the times of slaves.
Although we sometimes think of soul food as unhealthy (even though health-conscious soul food cookbooks and restaurants are ubiquitous today), the original recipes were not fatty.
www.askmen.com /fashion/wine_dine_100/101_wine_dine.html   (824 words)

  
 OnMilwaukee.com Dining: Soul food guide
The portions at most soul food restaurants, Q F and H included, are so large that you walk away stuffed.
"Soul Food" is a term that was invented by slaves in the American south.
Soul food restaurants are famous for their home cooking, great service and lively atmospheres, and are a fun, finger-licking-good way to get a taste of African-American culture.
www.onmilwaukee.com /dining/articles/soulfood.html   (520 words)

  
 Soul Food Recipes/Soul Food Cookbooks At Blackrefer.com
Soul Food is universally identified as African American cuisine.
Soul food, Southern, and comfort food recipes shared by Willie Crawford, Author of Soul Food Recipes Learned On A North Carolina Tobacco Farm.
Soul food recipes from Texas and Louisiana; history of soul food ingredients; color illustrations; photos; family tree.
www.blackrefer.com /food2.html   (615 words)

  
 The Food Timeline: history notes--meals & restaurants
But between the two extremes--from the Russian habit of indulging in several varieties of highly-flavoured food, followed by strong liqueur or spirit, to the oyster served au naturel, declared by many to be the hors d'oeuvre par excellence--there is ample scope for the introduction of little dishes, appetising and free from injurious properties.
Later the food was displayed there as well, so that guests could have a preview of what they would be eating, rather as modern restaurants often exhibit dishes of food to tempt their customers.
Food historians place the genesis of grand city restaurants, often based in fine hotels, to the first quarter of the 19th century.
www.foodtimeline.org /foodfaq7.html   (17648 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Soul Food: DVD: Vanessa Williams (VII),Vivica A. Fox,Nia Long,Michael Beach,Mekhi Phifer,Brandon ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Soul Food is now available to download for $9.99 from Amazon Unbox.
Soul Food is the kind of movie that seems to have been blessed throughout its low-budget production, and it's got a quality of warmth and charm that fits perfectly with its authentic drama about a large African-American family in Chicago.
So, he made me watch "Soul Food" and the best part of the movie is the insight it brought to me with regard to his cooking.
www.amazon.com /Soul-Food-Vanessa-Williams-VII/dp/B000059HAB   (1558 words)

  
 Chef Rick's Soul Food Recipes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Many people have asked me what “soul food” is. There are as many different opinions on it as there are people in the world, it seems.
Soul food was the food they had grown up on in the South, the same food they took with them in the great migration which occurred during the Great Depression and lasted through the 1960s as many African-Americans left the South hoping for greater opportunity in the cities of the North.
Although many people wiser than me have attempted to define it, the best way to answer the question “what is soul food” is to simply say it’s the cuisine born when you have far more love than money.
www.chefrick.com /html/soulfood.html   (230 words)

  
 Soul Food Unity Ministries.  Revs. Sallye Taylor
Soul Food Unity Ministry has as its mission, to share an educational ministry of inspiration, joy and healing that empowers people to know and live the transforming spiritual principles taught and demonstrated by Jesus Christ.
founder and Minister of Soul Food Unity Ministry, has served on the staff of Unity School of Christianity as a member of the retreat staff and as chairperson of biblical studies.
Prior to founding the alternative ministry, Soul Food Unity, Sallye served as minister of Unity of Jefferson City, Missouri, as a pioneer of Unity in the Inner City, Kansas City, Missouri and as senior minister of Unity Church of Austin, Texas.
www.soulfoodunityministries.com   (235 words)

  
 DGA
Soul Food, which follows the ups and downs of three sisters in Chicago, is entering its fifth and final season on Showtime.
Soul Food is both a watershed drama and the career launch for many African American directors due to Felecia Henderson, executive producer of the show's first four years.
Much like that evening's three-guild sponsored celebration, Soul Food was and continues to be a success because of the strong collaboration between the show's directors, writers and actors, she said.
www.dga.org /news/e_expand.php3?type=current&UID=23   (727 words)

  
 Soul Food Cafe
The Soul Food Cafe fosters creativity and encourages the writer to rest, relax and bask in anticipatory pleasure.
'The tables at Soul Food are filled with patrons who know that to perfect their craft they must come to the page on a daily basis.
Soul Food provides a wholesome range of innovative prompts that fire imagination and ensure a stream of swiftly flowing words.
www.dailywriting.net /WritingDirectory.htm   (1265 words)

  
 Blockbuster Online - Soul Food   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Soul Food launched the directing career of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, native George Tillman, Jr., who based the script on his own family experiences.
In the summer of 2000, Soul Food was spun off into a cable TV series.
Soul Food launched the directing career of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, native George Tillman, Jr.
www.blockbuster.com /online/catalog/movieDetails?movieId=114770   (449 words)

  
 Soul Food - Rotten Tomatoes
SOUL FOOD is a warmly atmospheric ensemble drama set around the abundant table of Chicago family matriarch Mother Joe, whose extended brood orbits around the stabilizing force of her sumptuous Sunday dinners.
Such ease of shorthand (the earth Mother Hubbard, the three sisters as mother, whore, and lawyer) detracts from the kind heart of Soul Food.
Soul Food is an appetizing dish...an ethnic dramedy served with spicy attitude
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/soul_food   (399 words)

  
 Kate's Global Kitchen: Holy Lands--Holiday Soul Food Recipes
Hence, oil became an important symbol of Hanukkah, and foods fried in oil are eaten to remember this special event.
As we enjoy this fine mix of foods, I observe that the typical dishes of the Holy Lands have taken shape in the same way as Digger's ancient cultures: in layers, one over the other, sharing the same walls, with materials brought from distant as well as local resources.
Food and feasts like this may be the real road to peace.
www.globalgourmet.com /food/kgk/1299/kgk120499.html   (1107 words)

  
 Soul Food Recipes Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The aim is to present recipes that will inform and interest the reader on soul food preparation.
This book teaches the methods to prepare soul food, and to help develop vital skills you need to know about eating healthy.
Our mission is to develop human resources and to expand and transfer knowledge for continuous improvement of the quality and value of soul food preparation.
members.aol.com /lgraves590/soulfood/recipes.htm   (178 words)

  
 Soul Food - Home
Soul Food is a band based out of San Marcos, Texas that plays Motown, funk, blues, and R and B covers along with a few originals.
The band is made up of individuals who all met through the Texas State Jazz Program and although the band is new to the scene arriving in May of 2005, all the players already have a history of being part of the local music scene.
Soul Food is a great band for a club, bar, party, wedding, or any setting where a good time can be had.
www.soulfoodgrooves.com /index.htm   (172 words)

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