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What the slaves ate : recollections of African American foods and foodways from the slave narratives / Herbert C. Covey and Dwight Eisnach. [print]

By: Covey, Herbert C [author]Contributor(s): Eisnach, DwightMaterial type: TextTextSeries: American mosaicPublication details: Santa Barbara, California : Greenwood Press, (c)2009. Description: xi, 311 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780313374975; 031337497XSubject(s): Slaves -- Diet -- United States -- History | African Americans -- Food -- History | African American cooking -- History | Food -- Social aspects -- United States -- History | Cooking, American -- Southern style -- History | Slave narratives -- United StatesLOC classification: E443.W438 2009Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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The WPA narratives and slave diets Slave nutrition African roots and food traditions Slave cooking and meals Vegetables Meat Wild game and fish Dairy Grains, cereals, and baked goods Fruits, nuts, and coffee Celebrations, special occasions, and the war Closing observations Appendices. Foods identified in the WPA narratives.
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The WPA narratives and slave diets Slave nutrition African roots and food traditions Slave cooking and meals Vegetables Meat Wild game and fish Dairy Grains, cereals, and baked goods Fruits, nuts, and coffee Celebrations, special occasions, and the war Closing observations Appendices. Foods identified in the WPA narratives.

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