"The titular stew of Angela Jackson's urban drama is the spicy meal cooked by the main character, a dish that conjures up memories of her own brief childhood, which she fears will be repeated in the lives of her rebellious daughter Sojourner and neighborhood teen mother Patrice Rodgers
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