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In which I try to cook the only healthy-sounding dish in the “Starters & Sides: Favorite Triple-Tested Recipes Made Easy” kosher cookbook and it tastes awful, but give you the ingredients and a challenge.
What do you get the Jewish baker who has everything? Jenna Mitelman reviews the latest French-inspired Jewish holiday cookbook, “The Holiday Kosher Baker.”
I’m breaking out the “L” word for Joan Nathan’s ‘Quiches, Kugels and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France.’ Hits stores on Oct. 26th. Here’s your sneak peek.
Jane Ziegelman’s “97 Orchard: An Edible History of Five Immigrant Families in One New York Tenement” is better than a pickle on a stick.
With more than 160 dairy-free recipes, is that enough to make it worth picking up a copy of “The Kosher Baker” for yourself?
If you’ve ever thought, “Oh God, how am I going to do this?” about entertaining for the holidays — any holiday at all — there’s a new cookbook you might be interested in: Jewish Cooking Boot Camp: The Modern Girl’s Guide to Cooking Like a Jewish Grandmother.