Super Soul Food with Cousin Rosie: 100+ Modern Twists on Comfort Food Classics

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Sasquatch Books
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8.0 X 9.0 X 0.8 inches | 1.8 pounds
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About the Author
ROSIE MAYES is the author of the popular cookbook, I Heart Soul Food and creator of the blog and YouTube channel I Heart Recipes ( She learned to cook from her Louisiana-born family. Twelve years ago, she started her YouTube channel when she was working 12-hour days as a certified nursing assistant, but her platform grew quickly, and five years ago she quit her day job to devote herself to I Heart Recipes.
"Rosie is my go-to when it comes to recipes."
--Angie Thomas, #1 New York Times-bestselling author of The Hate U Give and On the Come Up

"Rosie has hit it out of the ballpark yet again with Super Soul Food with Cousin Rosie. She's really brilliant when it comes to creating seasoning blends and recipes that are easy to follow."
--Shayla Cowan, film and television producer

"I fell in love with Rosie's recipes from YouTube. I tried to pass them off as my own, but all of my friends and family know I can't cook like that. I am so amazed by her gift for making simple ingredients into complex, delicious meals. And what makes Rosie even more incredible is that she spells out every step so you cannot go wrong. People will believe that you are a master chef. I love Rosie and I'll tell the world about it!"
--Lexi Allen, gospel singer, producer, actress, comedian, and television personality

"Mayes (I Heart Soul Food) is back with a new collection of recipes straight from her weeknight kitchen. These everyday originals are fused with classic soul food roots but are designed for the modern practical kitchen...Fans of Mayes's will love the wide variety of recipes that span feeding a crowd for the big game to simple weekday fare. This collection of fun and flavorful recipes will be a hit with patrons. Established fans of Mayes will clamor for the new recipes, while those just discovering her cooking will appreciate her modern yet practical twists on classics."
--Library Journal