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    Soul Food

    Here are some awesome recipes from a book I have by Isaac Hayes.(Shaft)Great recipes you're sure to love!

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    Another from Isaac Haye's cookbook. This is so good! There's nothing better than soul food! Hope you try it, and hope you like it!

    Recipe #225774

    Don't ya just love those little Jiffy cake mixes? There are only the two of us and it's a perfect size for us. This is a really good recipe. Nice and tangy lemon and slightly sweeter pineapple, what a pair!

    Recipe #229752

    You are in for a treat with this recipe:from Isaac Hayes's cookbook "Cooking with Heart and Soul." It's so easy to make! If you like chocolate, you've got the right recipe!

    Recipe #227047

    From Issac Hayes's cookbook "Cooking with Heart and Soul" this is a superb recipe for wings. The flavors of hoisin, soy sauce, dry sherry and, and cider vinegar do great things to chicken wings.You can cut the tips off of the wings, if desired. Times will vary.

    Recipe #226767

    This is from A&R BBQ, on Elvis Presley Blvd. in downtown Memphis, Tn. They say that the secret to BBQ is the cut of meat, the heat of the coals, and the sauce. This is one of my very favorite sandwiches. It's mouth-watering, succulent, oh-so-tender! Try it! Make sure to use a really good BBQ sauce. Have this with some crispy coleslaw and a great lager beer! I love to put the coleslaw right on my sandwich! Servings will vary, as the size of buns and the quantity of meat put on the buns.I will, for the sake of notating, call it 10 to 12 servings. That may be close. Times will vary, depending on the temperature of your coals.

    Recipe #226962

    This is from A&R, right down on Elvis Presley Blvd. in Memphis, Tn.! OK, if I can try it, YOU can too! It's really good! If you like spaghetti, and you like BBQ, you'll like it!

    Recipe #226757

    More southern comfort from a cookbook by the legendary Isaac Hayes,"Cooking with Heart and Soul." Amazingly, this is good! It's different to be sure, but good. Give it a try; you may or may not like it, but you can say "at least you tried" soul food! I used 'white rose" and I have tried red potatoes. Either is fine.

    Recipe #226166

    Well, I think the title says it all! "Cooking with Heart and Soul", a cookbook by legendary singer and actor Isaac Hayes (Shaft?). Soul food, an often forgotten about, yummy, wonderful food, just because we may live way east of the Mississippi. Or, at least I do. Some of the beans may be hard to locate, there again, another reason we may not tackle some recipes. Just use what you can readily find. Wow! Another thought: wouldn't this look fabulous layered in a tall bottle? If you forget to soak the beans overnight, or don't have time to, just cover the beans with water, add a chopped onion, bring it to a boil in a stock pot or a dutch oven, let boil 2-4 minutes. Take off the heat, let the beans just sit for an hour. Drain, add fresh water just to cover them, and proceed with the rest of the ingredients. Times will vary, depending on which method you choose. Time noted is for the overnight- soaking method. Note: adzuki beans can be found in Oriental markets. Hato mugi is actually a type of grain, and resembles barley, but isn't barley.

    Recipe #226227

    Another recipe from a singing legend. Remember Isaac Hayes? Of "Shaft" fame? He has a tremendous cookbook and there are so many wonderful recipes, I dedicated an entire cookbook for his recipes. There is nothing fancy about soul food, but it has been served to many famous people. Hope you like it. It has "store-bought baked beans to give you a hand to begin with.

    Recipe #226158

    Talk about your soul food! Boy this is some serious good soul food! This is the real deal! It not only smells good, it is good!

    Recipe #225966

    Here's a great little recipe for cornbread! It doesn't get much easier than this! This is from the Isaac Hayes cookbook, "Cooking with Heart and Soul", and I have to think that cornbread is right up there with the rest of the soul food's comfort food! Give it a try. This is cornbread with training wheels!

    Recipe #225963

    Are these ever good! There's just something about Soul Food! It's made with such love and feeling. Soul food is the mother of comfort food. I hope you will enjoy. Cooking times are approximate.

    Recipe #225715


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