Soul Food Honor Everyday Black History Makers

Jackson, TN (PressExposure) February 01, 2007 -- JACKSON, TENNESSEE (February 1, 2007) The Soul food honors Everyday Black History Makers for their outstanding accomplishments and leadership in the community. A special section is dedicated for Black History Month and will also include a tribute to Soul Food Cuisine and its deep roots in African American history. The celebration features authentic African American recipes, popular Soul Food Buffet menus, preplanned meals, Black inventions, and much more.

Everyday Black History Honorees include: Earl Harrell, Professional Barbecue Chef, Author, Book Publisher, Jackson, TN Cassandra Gaines, Founder of the Historic Black Town Tours, Muskogee, OK Carolyn Shelton, Celebrity Chef, Cookbook Author, Louisiana/Texas , and Annquenette Windham, Tribute to Soul Food Chefs, Birmingham, AL

The public is invited to this special Black History Celebration [http://<a target=]">

to learn the African American culture and enjoy the stories of Everyday Black History Makers and how their lives have impacted others. Join us as we honor these extraordinary individuals and the wonderful gifts they bring to us everyday of their lives.

This special celebration will take place on Soul Food from February 1, 2007 and running through March 15, 2007., [http://<a target=]">

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,

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The Black History Celebration will take place starting February 1, 2007 on Soul Food

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 31, 2007 at 6:27 pm
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