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Southern & Soul Food Restaurant in Los Angeles

Posted last August 14, 2015, 11:18 am in Food report article

Soul Food is closely related to the cuisine of the Southern United States. The term may have originated in the mid-1960s, when soul was a common word used to describe African-American culture (for example, soul music).They also comprise an important part of the cuisine of the American south, in general. Foods such as corn and cassava from the Americas, turnips from Morocco, and cabbage from Portugal would play an important part in the history of African-American cooking.

 

 

Delicious Southern Cuisine
My Two Cents
R & R Soul Food
Mama Soul Food Restaurant
Carolyn's Kitchen
Flossie's Restaurant
Les Sisters Southern Kitchen & BBQ
Willie Jane
Dulan's On Crenshaw Soul Food Restaurant
Chef Marilyn's
Gogo's Bistro
Roscoe's Chicken
Big Mama's Rib Shack
Bertha's Soul Food
Zelma's Soul Food
Stevie's Creole Cafe & Bar
Dirty South Soul Food
Eli Home Style Cooking
Sweet Mo's
L B J's Fine Foods
Wings N Green

M & M Soul Food
M & M Soul Food
Granny's Kitchen Southern Style Soul Food
Natural Soul Food Non Profit cafe
Uncle Darrow's
Dulan's Soul Food Kitchen
Roscoe's
Soul Food
Soul Food Kitchen
Mom's Bar-B-Q House
M & M Soul Food
Roscoe's House of Chicken & Waffles
Roscoe's House of Chicken & Waffles
The Serving Spoon
D's Original Take Out Grill
Mae's
Smitty's Famous Fish & Chicken
Marjoe's Soul Food and Barbecue Restaurant
Heart & Soul Grill
Sal's Gumbo Shack

R&J Southern Homecooking
M'Dears Bakery & Bistro
Tart Restaurant
Honey's Kettle Fried Chicken
Mama Joan's Soul Food
Jean P's Soul Food Express
Uncle Andre's BBQ
Simply Wholesome
Harold & Belle's
Food Express
Will's Jamaican Cuisine
Flores
Cafe Gratitude Larchmont
Comfort LA
Woody's Bar-B-Que
C J's Cafe
Louisiana Soul Fish
R&G Soul Food
M'Dears Bakery & Bistro
Soul food restaurants were black-owned businesses that served as neighborhood meeting places where people socialized and ate together.In addition, today's African American and Soul foodways can be traced back to influences from the Moors and Arawak communities. Ingredients such as parsley, mint, cumin, turmeric, and cloves were used in the Moors diet.