Soul food is described as “traditional African-American food.” Though the term was first coined in the ’60s, it goes way earlier than that. To put it simply, soul food is cookery with basic, make-do ingredients that our ancestors used to produce delicious meals.

So if you love cooking and you’re looking for soul food recipes to add to your repertoire, here are 15 Black soul food bloggers you should be following:


1. Erika Council of Southern Soufflé (@southernsouffle)


2. Jehan of Jehan Can Cook (@jehancancook)


3. Monique of Divas Can Cook (@divascancook)


4. Candace of FoodLoveTog (@foodlovetog)


5. Michael Twitty of Afroculinaria (@koshersoul)


6. Demetra Overton of Sweet Savant (@sweetsavant)


7. Resha of Carnal Dish (@carnaldish)


8. Chris De La Rosa of Caribbean Pot (@obzokee)


9. Lisa of Creole Contessa (@creolecontessa)


10. Lyn of Lovely Pantry (@lovelypantry)


10. Fay & Angela of Cook Like A Jamaican (@cooklikeajamaican)


11. Alicia Senhouse of The Inner Gourmet (@theinnergourmet)


12. G. Garvin of Chef Garvin (@chefgarvin)


13. Pamela Holmes of Joy of Soul Food


14. Samantha of Haute Pepper (@hautepepperbites)


15. Richelle of Southern Shelle (@southernshellblog)


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