Many people have described Soul Food as down-home cooking. It’s been passed down from generation to generation in the South. It is by far much more than that. Originally, soul food referred to parts of the animal that the poor used to make due, years ago. Soul food restaurants are very popular now. They remain inexpensive and mostly in cafeteria style. The restaurant was very CLEAN and the staff treated you like family. Most of the soul food restaurants offer a meat plus two sides and perhaps cornbread or a biscuit. You have a choice of several desserts.
Lucretia’s kitchen includes ALL of the popular items such as chicken, ribs, wings, brisket, meatloaf, green beans, collards greens, and mac n cheese. My niece ate all her food “she asked for a refill we thought she wanted more lemonade she quickly said NO may I have a refill of Mac-n-Cheese,” we laughed, yet the sever brought her another pint at NO CHARGE. I had the Award Winning ribs, mac-n-cheese, corn, greens, bake beans, corn bread and a slice of cake BUT Her BANANA PUDDING needs it’s own restaurant IT IS BY FAR THE BEST I’ve ever tasted!!!! SORRY MAMA..
The only thing I was missing was a pillow afterwards.
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