Soul Food

Soul Food

Terms like “soul brother,” “soul sister” and “soul music” were taking hold, it was only natural that the term “soul food " would evolve. According to some sources, the term may have first been used in 1962 by civil rights activist and poet Amiri Baraka. 1962 was the same year that Sylvia Woods opened her now-famous Harlem restaurant Sylvia’s; Today, Sylvia is known by many as “the Queen of Soul Food.” Soul food restaurants and cookbooks continued to be popular through the ’70s and have again in recent times become a new trendy cuisine!

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