Dec. 3, 2006 – JACKSON, TN (December 4, 2006) Soul-Food-Advisor, http://www.soul-food-advisor.com/ is a new online resource center for soul food enthusiasts. Whether you’re new to soul-food cooking for just want to learn more, the website offers sage advice and cooking tips on preparing great African American cuisine. Fueled with the author’s experiences, inspiration, and fresh ideas, Soul-Food-Advisor.com provides visitors a spirited and exciting new perspective on soul food cooking.
Visitors will benefit from the soul food advisor since new food trends show more consumers are finding interest in ethnic cuisines with spicy and flavorful blends. Spicy and flavorful foods are winning combinations in soul food cuisine.
Soul-food-advisor.com offers original articles coupled with the author’s witty personality and focus on soul food topics including African American trends in Soul Food Cooking, How to Select the Right Menu for Soul Food Events, Advice on Putting Together Great Family Meals, Delicious Ways to Perk Up Old Recipes, and Ways to Reduce Fat in Soul Food Cooking.
The website also features special occasion menus for birthdays, wedding receptions, graduations, holidays, and anniversaries. And a variety of Soul Food meal ideas, breakfast menus, and a healthy dose of low-fat menus and recipes, just to name a few.
To stay informed, visitors browse the popular Soul Food News Center, http://www.soul-food-advisor.com/News-Center.html for announcements, cooking news, site updates, new recipes, fun stuff, and to access dessert-related news feed with three fresh headlines twice a day.
And guests keep in touch by signing up for the well-received, Soul Food Lover’s Newsletter http://www.soul-food-advisor.com/soulfoodloversnewsletter… . New subscribers receive a chance to win a Soul Food Care Package, a $100.00 value.
About the Soul Food Advisor
Born and raised in West Tennessee, Cassandra Harrell began tempting palates with her southern influence when she owned an award winning soul food restaurant and catering business. She taught cooking classes on preparing great African-American cuisine and served thousands during conventions, annual festivals, ground-breaking ceremonies, trade shows, and sporting events.
During her years in catering and food services, she received rave reviews, numerous features in newspapers, and interviews on television segments. Before venturing into food services full time, Cassandra was a freelance writer and newspaper reporter, co-authored two books, and authored a newsletter column.
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