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Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France by Joan Nathan.
ed. note: This is a beautiful and interesting cookbook with unusual recipes and interesting stories of the people behind them.
The Kosher by Design Series
Susie Fishbein's Best Selling Kosher Cookbook Series
The Kosher Palette II: Coming Home, the Art and Simplicity of Kosher Cooking
by Sandra Blank
The Kosher Palette: Easy and Elegant Modern Kosher Cooking
Healthy Helpings: 800 Fast and Fabulous Recipes for the Kosher (or Not) Cook by Norene Gilletz
Norene's Healthy Kitchen: Eat Your Way to Good Health by Norene Gilletz
Enlitened Kosher Cooking by Nechama Cohen
Empire Kosher Chicken Cookbook: 225 Easy and Elegant Recipes for Poultry and Great Side Dishes by Katja Goldman
Rated number one in taste in the New York Times and the Boston Globe, Empire Kosher chicken is what great cooks all across the country know to buy when flavor matters. Now, the authority on poultry presents hundreds of recipes for turning chicken and turkey into entrées to remember, as well as a generous helping of fabulous side dishes.
1,000 Jewish Recipes
by Faye Levy
A celebration of Jewish kosher cooking and tradition, this expert cookbook offers all the recipes and information any cook needs to celebrate Passover, Rosh Hashanah, and many other Jewish holidays.
The 30 Minute Kosher Cook: More Than 130 Quick & Easy Gourmet Recipes by Judy Zeidler
The 30-Minute Kosher Cook delivers what no other kosher cookbook has before ( 130 delicious recipes, all prepared in half an hour or less. Judy gives great tips on the quick-fix pantry, how to stock your freezer and what should be in your refrigerator to make cooking quicker and more enjoyable. There are chapters on Appetizers, Soups and Stocks, Salads and Vegetables, Pastas and Grains, Poultry, Meat, Fish, Dessert, and of course, a special section on traditional Jewish holiday favorites.
The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen: 70 Fun Recipes for You and Your Kids, from the Author of Jewish Cooking in America
by Joan Nathan
Seventy child-friendly recipes and cooking activities from around the world will draw the entire family into the spirit and fun of preparing Jewish holiday celebrations. Covering the ten major holidays, each of the activities has a different focus--such as Eastern Europe, biblical Israel, contemporary America--and together they present a vast array of foods, flavors, and ideas.
Chinese Kosher Cooking by Betty S. Goldberg
Betty Goldberg discovered that, with a little experimentation, authentic Chinese recipes could be turned into splendid kosher dishes. Here she presents hundreds of her outstanding recipes, with clear instructions on preparation in the strictly kosher kitchen without sacrificing any of the Chinese taste. Includes information on how to purchase Chinese ingredients and cooking equipment
The Classic Cuisine of the Italian Jews II: More Menus, Recollections and Recipes (Classic Cuisine of the Italian Jews) by Edda Servi Machlin
"Machlin not only offers a fascinating collection of 270 recipes, menus and anecdotes, but exposes us to Italian history and culture." The Jewish Week
Sephardic Cooking: 600 Recipes Created in Exotic Sephardic Kitchens from Morocco to India by Copeland Marks
Writer and food historian Copeland Marks uses his unique mix of talents to make exotic Sephardic cuisines accessible to the American cook. The hundreds of recipes offer both daily fare and ceremonial dishes for holidays; and all ingredients used are readily available in the U.S.
Eat! Enjoy!: The 101 Best Jewish Recipes In America by Honey and Larry Zisman
These were the irresistible winners of a nationwide contest for Kosher recipes.
Everyday Cooking for the Jewish Home: More Than 350 Delectable Recipes by Ethel G. Hofman
From the former president of the International Association of Culinary Professionals comes a beautifully designed, accessible, and uniquely comprehensive guide to Jewish home cooking. Unlike many Jewish cookbooks that are limited to the traditional dishes of Eastern Europe, this cookbook gives readers a truly international sample of what the world of Jewish cooking has to offer.
The Foods of Israel Today by Joan Nathan
Joan Nathan has created a masterful blend of food and culture. She takes her reader on an extraordinary journey through the history of the land of Israel and the development of modern Israeli food. I was delighted to visit all the different ethnic communities that have contributed to Israeli cuisine, and my mouth watered just imagining the feast that Joan Nathan describes." -Teddy Kollek, former mayor of Jerusalem
Jewish Cooking in America: Expanded Edition (Knopf Cooks American) by Joan Nathan
To coincide with the 26-part PBS TV series, "Jewish Cooking in America with Joan Nathan", this companion volume includes all the recipes to be demonstrated on the shows--35 of which have never before been printed. 100+ photos & illustrations.
The Jewish Holiday Baker: Recipes for Breads, Cakes, and Cookies for All the Holidays and Any Time of the Year by Joan Nathan
Joan Nathan's knowledge, enthusiasm, and experience have made her prize-winning books on Jewish cooking a staple in every Jewish kitchen. Now, drawing upon the recipes, stories, and secrets of a baker's dozen of bakers from around the world, she captures the art of Jewish baking.
The Jewish Holiday Kitchen: 250 Recipes from Around the World to Make Your Celebrations Special by Joan Nathan
From the award-winning cookbook author and host of the PBS series "Jewish Cooking in America" comes 250 delicious recipes for main courses, soups, appetizers, breads, and desserts.
Healthy Jewish Cooking by Steven Raichlen
The bestselling maestro of low-fat cooking makes the cuisine that gave us chicken soup healthier than ever.
Light Jewish Holiday Desserts by Penny Eisenberg
Many of these recipes are so delicious, home cooks will want to prepare them year round. But come high holidays, these recipes are sure to impress family and friends.
The Low-Fat Jewish Cookbook: 225 Traditional and Contemporary Gourmet Kosher Recipes for Holidays and Every D ay by Faye Levy
When people think of Jewish cooking, "low fat" aren't usually the first words that come to mind. But now, thanks to The Low-Fat Jewish Cookbook, kosher food doesn't have to mean fattening food. Using simple combinations of accessible ingredients, renowned cookbook author Faye Levy creates delicious, healthful dishes that meet all of the guidelines for keeping kosher.
Shabbat Shalom: Recipes and Menus for the Sabbath by Susan R. Friedland
From the author of the classic The Passover Table comes the first cookbook devoted exclusively to the Sabbath meal, with over 175 traditional and contemporary recipes and menus.
The Sabbath stands at the center of Jewish life, its ceremonies inspiring both an affirmation of a family's faith and a renewal of its own common ties. Partaking of the Friday night meal and the two others commanded for Shabbat has always been honored as a mitzvah, a joyous observance drawing upon a rich heritage of Jewish food and celebration.
The WORLD OF JEWISH COOKING: More Than 500 Traditional Recipes from Alsace to Yemen by Gil Marks
Designed to be the cornerstone of every Jewish kitchen, a substantial collection of kosher recipes from two dozen communities around the world also includes holiday dishes and lore about the history of Jewish food throughout the ages.
The World Of Jewish Desserts: More Than 400 Delectable Recipes from Jewish Communities by Gil Marks
More than 400 delectable recipes from Jewish communities from Alsace to India.
Olive Trees and Honey: A Treasury of Vegetarian Recipes from Jewish Communities Around the World by Gil Marks
USEFUL NON-KOSHER COOKBOOKS
Cooking for Geeks: Real Science, Great Hacks, and Good Food by Jeff Potter
Green Market Baking Book: 100 Delicious Recipes for Naturally Sweet & Savory Treats by Laura C. Martin.
This book has quite a few recipes that are usable for the kosher baker and cook.
River Cottage Veg: 200 Inspired Vegetable Recipes
This is a vegetarian cookbook which has a lot of creative ways to use vegetables. Many of the reciopes are pareve, but others are dairy, using butter (which can be substituted for in most cases), cheeses and yogurt. None of the recipes use meat or fish.
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