This category is for cooking and recipe sites. If your site sells African-American products or soul food ingredients, please submit it to the appropriate category under Shopping.This category is for sites devoted to African-American heritage recipes and soul food. Soul food grew from the subsistence diet of African-Americans while they were in bondage, first by physical chains, then economic ones. The term its self was first coined by African-Americans living in the Northern states to describe their food heritage. While it is somewhat a derivative of Southern cooking, it is eaten all over the United States.
Please note: this category is for cooking and recipe sites. If your site sells hot sauce, Creole foods or spices, please submit it to the appropriate category under Shopping. If your sales site has recipes, the RECIPES page of your site can be submitted to this category for review. Only submit your site to ONE category, and if you''re unsure which category is appropriate for your submission, please add your site to the top category, Cajun-Creole. Your submission will be reviewed, and added to the appropriate subcategory.This category is for cooking and recipe sites devoted to the cuisine of Louisiana. Cajun- The cuisine of the descendants of the Acadian French people who migrated to South Louisiana from Nova Scotia. The cuisine is characterized by the use of pork fat, heavy use of cayenne pepper and hot sauces, and indigenous wildlife and plants. Creole- The cuisine of the French upper class in South Louisiana, based more on traditional French cooking. It is characterized by the use of butter instead of pork fat and generally is not as heavily spiced as Cajun cuisine. Creole cuisine was heavily influenced by the other cultural groups in New Orleans such as the Spanish and other Europeans, Caribbean Islanders, Africans, African-Americans, and Native Americans.
This category is for cooking and recipe sites. Site selling Southern food or ingredients should be submitted to the appropriate category under Shopping. Sites pertaining to soul food or African-American recipes should be submitted to Home: Cooking: World Cuisines: North American: African American.This category is for sites primarily devoted to information on the preparation of traditional food of the US South, consisting of the geographic region covered by the states of Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas.