• Celebrate soul food with Carla Hall's creamed kale

    5 days ago - By Good Food

    
    Carla Hall outside KCRW's studios. Photo by Christopher Ho.
    As Carla Hall would discover later on in life, soul food was more than what she ate as a child at her grandmother's house in Nashville, Tennessee. It was the passed-down genealogy of her ancestors, slaves brought to the United States, and Americans fighting for their civil rights.
    The former co-host of ABC's The Chew began the research for her new book “Carla Hall's Soul Food: Everyday and Celebration,” by taking a road trip through the American South, connecting with black cooks and families. The recipes she gathered along the...
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