Legacy of Soul Food
Saturday, February 23, 2013 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In honor of Black History Month, The Network for a Healthy California’s African American Campaign and Allen Temple is hosting the first annual Legacy of Soul Food Celebration at Allen Temple Baptist Church in Oakland to showcase how soul food can be good for the body AND soul. Featured at the event was the recently released documentary, Soul Food Junkies, which “explores the history and social significance of soul food and its effect on African American health, good and bad.”
Event attendees will be able to taste nutritious and delicious recipes from the Network for a Healthy California’s cookbook, “Soulful Recipes,” which was designed for the African American Campaign and includes healthy twists on traditional soul food dishes. All attendees will leave with a free copy of the cookbook. This event is free! Register today!
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Allen Temple Baptist Church
The Allen Temple Baptist Church is honored and blessed to be pastored by the Reverend Doctor J. Alfred Smith, Jr.. Our Assistant Pastor is the Reverend Doctor Jacqueline A. Thompson, and our Pastor Emeritus is the Reverend Doctor J. Alfred Smith, Sr..