by Shaunda Necole & The Soul Food Pot®
Making life easier + more soulful one recipe at a time!
- 10 soul food summer recipes
- 28 printable color pages
This cookbook includes classic Southern soul food recipes made with Instant Pot.
Seasoned buttery-rich flavors cooked in a fraction of the traditional time!
Easy enough for anyone to make – and everyone to love!
Shaunda Necole shares her family’s classic soul food recipes, Black folks’ food, through her acclaimed food blog, The Soul Food Pot.
Soul food is a variety of comfort-food cuisine originating from African American culture in the Southern United States. It’s traditionally a combination of African American foods derived from Black enslaved people’s take on American and British cuisine, combined with the essence of West African warmth, flavors, and traditions.
What are soul food recipes?
Soul food is closely connected to the cuisine of the Southern United States. It’s often considered synonymous with Southern food.
However, the true definition of soul food does not require Southern roots. Soul food is simply a legacy of African American cooking.
This is a collection of the best African American summer soul food recipes passed along from grandma to mom to me!
Black people have our own swag, flavor, and spin on how we gather, cookout, and celebrate summer with what we eat in our collective food culture.
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*Please note that this cookbook is a Shaunda Necole trademark design not for resale & is for personal use only. All rights reserved.