kwanzaa-an-african-american-celebration-of-culture-and-cooking

Kwanzaa: An African American Celebration Of Culture And Cooking

Sample Recipes from Kwanzaa: An African American Celebration Of Culture And Cooking

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baked-ham-with-a-secret-glaze

Baked Ham with a Secret Glaze

Mavis and Cyn used to keep the recipe for their out-of-this-world baked ham close to their vests. It’s not a secret anymore. We prefer us...

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kiddie-goat-stew

Kiddie (Goat) Stew

“Nowadays they call it Goat Water, but in my day we called it Kiddie Stew,” says Gwendolyn Tonge. “When I was growing up it was a meal th...

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kingston-meat-patties

Kingston Meat Patties

Spicy meat-stuffed pastries with a distinctive yellow crust are sold by street vendors all over Jamaica. You can make these with any grou...

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jerked-pork-chops-with-fresh-papaya-chutney

Jerked Pork Chops with Fresh Papaya Chutney

Time was when you could find “jerked” meats only in Jamaica, but now trendy eateries all over America do their own versions of the famous...

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chicken-and-gourmet-groundnut-stew

Chicken and Gourmet Groundnut Stew

Peanut butter stews abound all over the African continent. Their spiciness ranges from five-alarm to a warm glow, and this one falls in b...

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yogurt-sauced-chicken-curry

Yogurt-Sauced Chicken Curry

Curry is served throughout the African diaspora, from South African Bobotie, to the Country Captain (a curry-scented fricassee) of the De...

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