Soul Food

Soul Food – Soul food cuisine consists of a selection of foods traditional in the cuisine of African Americans. It is closely related to the cuisine of the Southern United States. The descriptive terminology may have originated in the mid-1960s, when soul was a common definer used to describe African-American culture (for example, soul music).

As I smell the soul food being cooked upstairs while I write this blog in the basement I am interested in what your “soul food” might be.  I mean this, not in the literal sense; but rather, what are the things that feed you soul on a daily basis.  He are some of the top soul feeding activities we at PHAT Training like to do.

1. Eat.  We love food! One of our favourite places to grab a quick lunch is Fife N Dekel. One of the friendliest and tastiest sandwich shops in all the land.  Check em out here.

2. Sing. We Phaties love our karaoke.  And the number one place to do it is B-Street Bar and Grill…. here you can even select songs from your iPhone, and they have a smoke machine aaannd, sometimes Brad the host blows fire!  check em out here.

3.Escape.  We don’t often get the opportunity to leave, but when we can we do… and it doesn’t have to be far. shoot it can be a “staycation.” Only pre-requisite is the hotel. its gotta be a boutique and if it in in Edmonton it is the Mettera or The Matirx hands down.  Check em out here.

Anyway… enjoy your soul food this sunday… check ya later!

This entry was published on March 19, 2012 at 12:00 am. It’s filed under Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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