The Princess of Southern Cooking is Back in Print

Stumbling upon an old soul food cookbook, the Lee Brothers uncovered the story of restaurateur, poet, and jazz legend Pamela Strobel Photo Courtesy of Tim Sultan Pamela Strobel “You don’t bet against a woman like that,” Matt Lee says of Pamela Strobel, better known to disciples of her cooking as Princess Pamela. Orphaned and alone, Strobel…

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