In 1944, Sylvia married Herbert and started her journey towards a brighter future. Harlem called, and Sylvia answered, as she became a waitress at Johnson's luncheonette. In 1962, after several years of dedicated service to her employer, Mr. Johnson recognized Sylvia's entrepreneurial spirit and sold her the luncheonette. Julia Pressley, Sylvia's mother, whom was a farmer and mid-wife, mortgaged her farm to loan her the money for the purchase.Sylvia's Catering Corp., a nation-wide line of Sylvia's Food Products, two deliciously amazing cookbooks, and ATOC, Inc., a real estate firm.At Sylvia’s Restaurant, we’ve been Cookin’, Dippin’ & Moppin’, bastin’, marinatin’, and doin’ just about everything with this Sweet & Sassy Sauce.Introducing Sylvia Woods Fine Foods Smoked Sausage. The Queen of Soul Food has put her name on another line of Great Southern Soul Seasoned Products!
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