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soul food

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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soul foodˈsoul food noun [uncountable]  DFSANtraditional foods that are cooked and eaten by African-Americans in the southern US
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soul foodMusicians often finish their set and prowl the fairgrounds in search of new sounds and soul food.So, two nights a week, the Packers cater soul food from a restaurant in Milwaukee, 100 miles away.Of course we don't eat soul food all the time - nobody could!There's plenty of great soul food in the Bay Area. 3.
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