Soul Food Advisor.Com To Feature Mom's Favorite Recipes

Jackson, Tennessee (PressExposure) April 10, 2007 -- The Soul Food is celebrating Mother’s Day with a special recipe Feature, titled Like Mom Used to Make. The public is invited to submit mom’s favorite recipes she prepared for her Mother‘s Day feast. We’re looking for recipes that you remember that stood out from the rest and that everyone loved.

Recipes will be featured on Soul Food Advisor starting May 8, 2007. Best recipes and recipe stories will win a Mother‘s Day Gift Basket, compliments of the, a $100.00 value. is devoted to soul food lovers and an online resource for African American cuisine. Whether you’re new to soul food cooking, or just want to learn more, the website offers sage advice and practical information including a cooking and baking tips center, original content including how to design a menu for special events, practical tips for busy cooks, regular and low-fat soul food recipes, and how to prepare great soul food cuisine, to name a few.

Fueled with the author’s experiences, inspiration, and fresh ideas, provides a spirited and exciting new perspective on African-American cuisine.

To enter recipes for the Like Mom Used to Make feature visit [http:/].

About Soul Food Advisor

About the Soul Food Advisor

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

During her years in catering and food services, she received rave reviews, numerous features in
newspapers, and interviews on television segments. Cassandra is most known for her award-winning old-fashioned peach cobbler and her witty personality.

The deadline to submit recipes and story ideas for publication is Friday, May 4, 2007. All recipes must include a contact person, a valid email address, and the city and state of the person submitting the recipe.

To enter recipes for the Like Mom Used to Make feature visit [http:/].

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Press Release Submitted On: April 09, 2007 at 10:14 pm
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