“Sumthin Good from …” competition

The “Sumthin good from …” competition is designed to give our readers an opportunity to exchange their favorite  “black” recipes. If your entry is deemed by our judges to be more sumptuous  than the rest, you will be sent an “Early African Presence in NYC kit” (as described on our website) free of charge. Use the submission made by Eddie Faulk (#1 below) as your model. Note that a submission in that format will also satisfy the prerequisite requirement (i.e. the submission of a paper) for competing in our annual $500 research grant. We are all eagerly  looking forward to hearing from you and in tasting your special dish.

1. Sumthin Good from Raleigh © Eddie Faulk (kmmtk_munk1@hotmail.com)

2. Sumthin Good from the Phillipines: Lumpia

3. Sumthin Good from the Phillipines: Adobo

4. How to make Chau

5. How to make a typical Vietnamese meal-1

6. How to make a typical Vietnamese meal-2

7. Sumthin Good from Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Coliflor al huevo

8. Sumthin Good from Maputo -1

9. Sumthin Good from Maputo -2

10. Sumthin Good from the Phillipines: Manok Adobo

11. Sumthin Good From Momostenango, Guatemala: Pache de Papa

12. Sumthin Good from Native America

13. Sumthin Good from Gambia: Benachin

14. Sumthin Good from Bijagos, Guinea Bissau

15. Sumthin Good from Guinea: Conakry

16. Sumthin Good from Sao Paulo, Brazil

17. Sumthin Good from Sao Tomé: Frutapao (Breadfruit)

18. Spaghetti sauce and meatballs from Chichicastenango

19. A sumptuous salad from Guatemala

20. Sumthin Good from Sao Tomé: Sopa de Micoco

21. Sumthin good from East and West Africa

22. University of Wisconsin – Madison Taste of Africa 2016

23. How to Make a Caipirinha drink

24. Sumthin good from Paterson, NJ

Submission of Papers

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If a paper is selected to be included in the thematical electronic or hard copy journals the selected paper may be edited only with the permission of and in conjunction with the submitter. While this site neither has nor desires a chat page, the reader is encouraged to address comments or criticisms about each submission directly to the submitter and the submitter is likewise encouraged to either respond or take such responses into consideration when finalizing his / her electronic journal submission.

To submit a paper via email, send to edpowe@blacfoundation.org, or mail a hard copy to:

Ed Powe
530 West Johnson
Apt. 202
Madison, WI 53703

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