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Best-Ever Book of Jewish Cooking

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Discover the secrets of the Jewish kitchen with recipes from Jewish cultures all over the world, including Sephardi, Ashkenazi, Yemenite, Israeli, Eastern European, American, Russian, African, and even Indian.

Ever popular dishes include Hummus, Tabbouleh, Herring Salad with Beets and Sour Cream, Chicken Soup with Knaidlach, Chamim, Classic Ashkenazi Gefilte Fish, Kreplach, Challah, Bagels, Harissa, and Polish Cake.

Includes a fascinating overview of the culinary history of the Jewish people, its rules and laws and all the special equipment, ingredients and cooking techniques.

At-a-glance notes provide a complete nutritional breakdown for each recipe.

224 pages, Paperback

First published January 1, 2010

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Marlena Spieler

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Marlena Spieler was an American food writer of more than 70 cookbooks.

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Beautiful photographs and some basic recipes that are keepers (for me: baba ghanoush, bagels, challah, hamentashen) but I was not overwhelmed by things I absolutely had to try.
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