This product is not available for expedited shipping.
* This product is available for shipment only to the USA.
Every Father's Day men-from the guy next door to the guy at the head of a company-gather together in cities across the country to participate in Real Men Cook for Charity events. Now some of the remarkable Real Men Cook volunteers have come forward to express their love of cooking, family and community by sharing more than 100 recipes and the memories that inspire them to live as Real Men.
A delicious, heartwarming collection of soul-stirring stories and soul-satisfying recipes, from real men who do it in the kitchen!
Every Father's Day, men -- from the guy next door to politicians, entrepreneurs, athletes, and artists -- gather together in cities across the country to participate in Real Men Cook for Charity events. It has become the largest Father's Day charity event in the United States, raising over a million dollars for charities such as the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the YMCA, and Real Men Charities, Inc., for various family and health initiatives.
Now, some of the remarkable Real Men Cook volunteers have come forward to express their love of cooking, family, and community by sharing more than one hundred delectable recipes (some handed down over the generations) and the memories that inspire them to live as Real Men. A unique book with a priceless legacy that will nourish your family in body and spirit.
Karega Kofi Moyo, the "original Real Man," is a photojournalist, gemologist, community activist, father of nine children, and husband. He and his wife, Yvette (pictured above), founded the Real Men Cook for Charity event in 1989. He is a member of the Southern Foodways Alliance; the Penn Center on St. Helena Island, South Carolina; Slow Food USA; and the Multicultural Food and Hospitality Alliance. He is a regular speaker on topics from prostate cancer to fatherhood, and his awards include the Community Mental Health Council's Leadership Award and the Chicago Tribune's Good Eating Award. He lives in Chicago.