African american history month
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1 · Why is Southern baked mac and cheese so important to Black History Month?Baked mac and cheese is just one of the many soul food cuisines turned American dishes. And this yummy dish has a really old history.Like the original recipe, soul food baked mac and cheese is made with milk for a rich and creamy homemade cheese sauce and yummy Southern spices. Southern comfort food the Black folks' way!
- • 1/2 tbsp Garlic powder
- • 1/2 tsp Onion powder
- • 1 tsp Mustard, dried
Pasta & Grains
- • 8 oz Macaroni noodles
Baking & Spices
- • 1/2 tsp Black pepper
- • 2 tbsp Flour
- • 1 tsp Paprika
- • 1/2 tsp Salt
- • 4 tbsp Butter, unsalted
- • 1 cup Cheddar cheese, sharp
- • 1 cup Colby-jack cheese
- • 1/4 cup Heavy cream
- • 4 1/4 cups Milk
- • 3 cups Water
Michelle Hicks saved to Soul food dinner
25 Black History Month Recipes - African, Caribbean and southern “soul food” favorites: Fufu, Curried Chicken, Fried Chicken, Collards...
Bonnie Atwood saved to Southern Cookin'
Tips for helping your children's ministry celebrate Black History Month. Remember and appreciate the accomplishments of African Americans with your church.
Darcy Baker Bonds saved to lessons
Looking for food inspiration this February, look no further than our list of the ten best African-American food recipes. From soul food to contemporary cuisines, here are your go-to dishes for Black History Month
Hailey McDonough saved to Cooking
This month the Museum’s James Beard Award-nominated Sweet Home Café has created a special menu for Black History Month. Among the recipes featured here are sautéed shrimp cakes, barbeque ribs, and apple pie. Be sure to check the Museum’s event page throughout the month as we honor African American culinary legends with these delightful, delectable treats
Alice Hicks saved to Recipes
Black history is American history. Everyone should learn it and not only be relegated to the 28 (or 29) days in February. Some little-known but very important black history facts help to illustrate the beautiful, brilliant and indisputably useful contributions African Americans have made to the United States and the world.
Monique Monique saved to BLACK HISTORY
Vivien Thomas, African-American surgical technician who developed the procedures used to treat blue baby syndrome in the 1940s. Thomas was also offered the position of Chief of Surgery at his alma mater, Johns Hopkins in 1941.
Karen Cordell saved to History
Maybe you just haven't had time to learn them. February is the shortest month, after all.
Aretha Hill saved to Black History Month