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Title Hog & hominy : soul food from Africa to America / Frederick Douglass Opie.
Author Opie, Frederick Douglass.
Publication New York : Columbia University Press, [2008]
Copyright date ©2008
Description xv, 238 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
Call # 641.59296 O
Series Arts & traditions of the table
Arts and traditions of the table.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [211]-226) and index.
Contents The Atlantic slave trade and the Columbian exchange -- Adding to my bread and greens : enslaved cookery in British colonial America -- Hog and hominy : Southern foodways in the nineteenth century -- The Great Migration : from the Black Belt to the Freedom Belt -- The beans and greens of necessity : African Americans and the Great Depression -- Eating Jim Crow : restaurants, barbecue stands, and bar and grills during segregation -- The chitlin circuit : the origins and meanings of soul and soul food -- The declining influence of soul food : the growth of Caribbean cuisine in urban areas -- Food rebels : African American critics and opponents of soul food.
Subject African American cooking -- History.
African Americans -- Food -- History.
African Americans -- Social life and customs.
Cooking, American -- Southern style -- History.
Cooking, American -- History.
Food habits -- America -- History.
Blacks -- Food -- America -- History.
Blacks -- America -- Social life and customs.
Cooking, African -- History.
Food habits -- Africa -- History.
Spine Ti Hog and hominy
ISBN 9780231146388 (cloth : alk. paper) :
0231146388 (cloth : alk. paper)
9780231517973 (e-book)
0231517971 (e-book)

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