New York's New American Library originally released this work in 1969. This long-forgotten classic, which contributed to the definition of soul cuisine, receives a new edition.
Princess Pamela had extensive abilities although ruling a tiny realm. For thirty years, Andy Warhol and Diana Ross frequented her speakeasy-inspired eatery in Manhattan. Her signature Southern meals impacted cooks all throughout the country, and her cookbook became into a holy book for a generation longing for the comfort food that had been lost in the Great Migration. This classic of African-American cooking, which was one of the first books to use the term "soul food," went out of print more than 40 years ago.
Rizzoli International Publications
Princess Pamela's Soul Food Cookbook
9.00 x 6.10 x 1.30 Inches