People are cooking at home more than ever: what other choice is there, right? You can only whip up spaghetti so many times before you need a change of pace. For the best meal ideas, try these 5 cookbooks from Black chefs.
Dr. Malaika Thomas is a licensed general dentist and cooking enthusiast. One fateful morning she had an epiphany: perhaps she should veganize the dishes she loves. She put together a cookbook filled with vegan recipes of the foods she grew up eating, the foods that most of her family and friends eat. “Vegan Soul Food for the Holidays” offers 30 mouthwatering, plant-based, soul food recipes along with tips on shopping and preparing vegan meals. Click here to get that soul.
Angela Davis is a self-taught home cook, food blogger, recipe developer, food photographer and mom of two residing in Detroit. Angela has the perfect companion while searching for snack food: “The Kitchenista’s Appetizer Handbook.” It’s is a collection of appetizer recipes that will certainly be useful during this time. Download it for free here.
Quarantining creates a natural desire for sweets. “Black Girl Baking” leads you on a sensual baking journey that will help you through it. Created by Jerrelle Guy, this cookbook is a great companion during this time, for experienced and novice bakers.
In “A Real Southern Cook In Her Savannah Kitchen,” renowned chef Dora Charles divulges her locally famous Savannah recipes, many of them never written down before. Hundreds have traveled to dine on the exceptional food cooked by Charles at Savannah’s most famous restaurant. You’ll want some of this comfort food, during quarantine.
“The Vegan Soulfood Guide To the Galaxy” is much more than a cookbook. It’s a fun, fact filled guide to the vegetarian world of grocery shopping, understanding nutrition, meal planning, dining out as a vegan and more!