Soul Food Celebrate Black History Month

Jackson, TN (PressExposure) January 18, 2007 -- JACKSON, TENNESSEE (January 17, 2007) The Soul Food is celebrating Black History Month and the accomplishments of black heroes of yesterday. The website will include a special feature on Soul Food Cooking and its deep roots in African American history, black history recipes with many from the early years, preplanned soul food menus, black history fun facts, and a special tribute to everyday people that are black history makers, and much more.

The public is invited to send recipes used during Black History month, stories of black history makers in the community, young and old, and how they impacted the lives of others, and special community events planned for black history month.

This special celebration will take place on Soul Food from February 1, 2007 and run through March 15, 2007. The deadline to submit stories and ideas for publication is Wednesday, January 24, 2007. All stories MUST include a contact person, a valid email address, and the city and state the story took place. is a new online resource center for soul food enthusiasts. Whether you’re new to soul-food cooking for just want to learn more, the website offers practical advice and cooking tips on preparing great African American cuisine. Fueled with the author’s experiences, inspiration, and fresh ideas, provides visitors a spirited and new prospective on soul food cuisine.

The website also features special occasion menus for birthdays, wedding receptions, graduations, holidays, church pot luck, and anniversaries. And a variety of Soul Food meal ideas, breakfast menus, and a healthy dose of low-fat menus and recipes, just to name a few.

Submit all recipes and stories for the Black History Celebration by Wednesday, January 24, 2007 to

About Soul Food Advisor

About the Soul Food Advisor

Born and raised in West Tennessee, Cassandra Harrell began tempting palates with her southern influence when she owned an award winning soul food restaurant and catering business in Wisconsin. She taught cooking classes on preparing African-American cuisine and served thousands during conventions, annual festivals, trade shows, and sporting events.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 17, 2007 at 10:30 pm
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