The personable lead character now runs a soul food restaurant with her son in St. Louis.
It also happens to be a gold mine of soul food restaurants that are anything but corporate in character.
When it has none God sends poets to invent them as soul food for the nation's youth.
Afterward history stores up these noble achievements of yesterday as soul food for to day.
But we want it high—we love it high—we're restless—we're keyed up, taut-strung, and hungry for soul food.
Food characteristic of and preferred by black persons, esp of Southern culture (1957+ Black)