What began as a small Chicago charity cookout fifteen years ago has now become the largest national Father's Day event in the US. From Atlanta to Chicago, from the guy next door to the Mayor of New Orleans, more than 30,000 husbands, uncles, brothers, and teachers participate in an event that K. Kofi Moyo founded to showcase black men as positive role models in their communities. Here, Moyo brings the unbridled enthusiasm that won him celebrity participation and corporate sponsorship to the page with a compendium of inspirational family stories and finger licking recipes.
With tales of family traditions, courtship rituals, block parties, and the joys of living and cooking, fifty Real Men share their insight into cooking as an expression of love and community-building. Recipes, recollections, poetry, and photos expand upon the importance of the family kitchen, father-son cooking, and those meals created especially for the women of the house. From Fried Frog Legs to Daddy's Smothered Rabbit, these recipes are spiced with the wisdom and love of generations.
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