SO. Crates Do Soul Plates

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SO. Crates Do Soul Plates

Cazeaux O.S.L.O.’s

TT and the Cult Funk Cornbread 

For me, food has got to be soulful. That means handmade with love to promote life and
togetherness. Growing up in an African American household with Creole roots, I learned many
things about food. It was central to us. Sadly, many of our signature soul food dishes can lead to
health problems down the line. So now when I cook, I do it consciously, keeping all the love and
soul by respecting the bodies I’m feeding.

Have This:

• 1 cup all-purpose fl our
• 1 cup corn meal (polenta)
• 1 tsp baking powder
• 1 tsp baking soda
• ¼ tsp sea salt (or you can try that
Himalayan pink business)
• ½ cup unsalted butter, melted,
slightly cooled
• 2 tablespoons raw Manuka honey
• 1 large egg (cage-free my mellow)
• 1 cup whole milk
• ¼ cup raw sugar
• ¼ cup rice bran oil
• Optional addition: 1-2 chopped
jalapeño peppers

Do This:

• Pre-Heat oven to 204°c. Grease an 8
or 9-inch baking pan
• In a bowl use a wire whisk and mix
the egg, sugar, honey, oil and butter
• In a separate small bowl mix milk
and baking soda
• Combine the milk and egg mixtures
• Mix the rest of the dry ingredients in
a separate bowl
• Add liquid ingredients to dry
ingredients and mix well
• Pour batter into prepared baking
pan (spread jalapeño peppers evenly
over the top if you feel like some kick)
• Bake for 30 min or until golden
brown on top and center is cooked
through. Use a toothpick to test.
• Allow to cool for 10 minutes and
break bread with your folks


McCoy Tyner –
Beyond The Sun

Yesterday’s New Quintet –

Mac DeMarco –
On the Level

John Coltrane Quartet –
Lonnie’s Lament

SO. Crates –
(Divide) ft. Allysha Joy