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The Tea Cake Roundup
The Tea Cake Roundup rescues old family recipes and capture the remembrances that accompany them. It is the first to connect tea cakes to African-American society and preserve its culinary history.
8.5" x 11"
, 205 pages
COOKING / Regional & Ethnic / General
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The Tea Cake Roundup is a distinctive collection of culinary and family traditions that will warm the heart and satisfy the taste buds. The brainchild of Elbert Mackey, this book preserves the endangered legacy of the tea cake and the accompanying family traditions. The Tea Cake Roundup began with Mackey’s personal quest to replicate his Aunt Maggie’s tea cake recipe. The tasty treats were a fond link to his past in rural Minden, Louisiana. As an adult living in Austin, Mackey longed for Aunt Maggie’s unwritten tea cake recipe. An avid cook, he earnestly set out to recreate the treasured recipe.
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