Indianapolis Monthly

Soul Source


awana Gulley preps healthy keto and low-carb meals for athletes and trainers to keep include all the decadent soul-food recipes she inherited from her mother and aunts. Think shrimp and grits enriched with sweet peppers, kale, and spicy turkey andouille over a bed of smoked gouda grits. Or tender, savory salmon cakes served with crisp-edged fried potatoes and al dente green beans. A supervisor at the Veterans Administration Medical Center by day, Gulley has long been catering and cooking up five-cheese macaroni, seafood fries, and bone-in pork chops for church and community events, giving this hefty cuisine a bit of lightness with as much fresh produce as she can get from local markets. Now, local soul-food fans can watch for weekly menus or contact Gulley directly to get a big, bold taste of the South in their own homes.

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