Book Bingo NW 2021: BIPOC Food Writing
A staff selection of books for the Summer Book Bingo NW 2021 category: BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or Person of Color) Food Writing.
The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen
Chef Sean Sherman (Oglala Lakota) shares his modern take on Native American cuisine in this flavorful, informative and beautifully illustrated cookbook that showcases ingredients indigenous to North America.
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Instantly recognizable as a menacing bad guy in over 300 films and TV shows, actor Trejo is also an L.A. restaurateur, and here he presents excellent recipes from his Trejo's Tacos restaurants. (Publishers Weekly)
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Tipton-Martin has written not just a cookbook, but a brief introduction to the history of African American cuisine. Each chapter shines light on how African Americans shared and developed recipes during the years between the Civil War and the civil rights movement. (Library Journal)
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The Cooking Gene
Food historian Twitty, creator of the Afroculinaria blog, serves up a splendid hearth-based history, at once personal and universal, of the African-American experience. (Kirkus)
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Crying in H Mart
Zauner's debut is a poignant memoir about a mother’s love as told through Korean food. (Kirkus)
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