Our family table: recipes & food memories from African-American life models

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Grouping Title our family table recipes and food memories from african american life models
Grouping Author compiled by thelma williams
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subject_facet African Americans -- Social life and customs, Celebrities -- United States -- Anecdotes, Cooking, American
title_display Our family table : recipes & food memories from African-American life models
title_full Our family table : recipes & food memories from African-American life models / compiled by Thelma Williams ; foreword by Camille O. Cosby ; Maria Elena Cellino, editor ; Al Jackson, artist and illustrator
title_short Our family table :
title_sub recipes & food memories from African-American life models
topic_facet African Americans, Anecdotes, Celebrities, Cooking, American, Social life and customs