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Adapted from historical texts and rare African-American cookbooks, the 125 recipes of Jubilee paint a rich, varied picture of the true history of African-American cooking: a cuisine far beyond soul food.Toni Tipton-Martin, the first African-American food editor of a daily American newspaper, is the author of the James Beard Award-winning The Jemima Code, a history of African-American cooking found in--and between--the lines of three centuries' worth of African-American cookbooks. Tipton-Martin builds on that research in Jubilee, adapting recipes from those historic texts for the modern kitchen. What we find is a world of African-American cuisine--made by enslaved master chefs, free caterers, and black entrepreneurs and culinary stars--that goes far beyond soul food. It's a cuisine that was developed in the homes of the elite and middle class; that takes inspiration from around the globe; that is a diverse, varied style of cooking that has created much of what we know of as American .

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Adapted from historical texts and rare African-

American cookbooks, the 125 recipes of Jubilee paint a

rich, varied picture of the true history of African-

American cooking: a cuisine far beyond soul food.Toni

Tipton-Martin, the first African-American food editor

of a daily American newspaper, is the author of the

James Beard Award-winning The Jemima Code, a

history of African-American cooking found in--and

between--the lines of three centuries' worth of

African-American cookbooks. Tipton-Martin builds on

that research in Jubilee, adapting recipes from those

historic texts for the modern kitchen. What we find is

a world of African-American cuisine--made by enslaved

master chefs, free caterers, and black entrepreneurs

and culinary stars--that goes far beyond soul food.

It's a cuisine that was developed in the homes of the

elite and middle class; that takes inspiration from

around the globe; that is a diverse, varied style of

cooking that has created much of what we know of as

American

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