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peas love carrots

Peas Love & Carrots , The Cookbook
By Danielle Renov.
Copyright 2020 by ArtScroll Mesorah Publications, photos by Moshe Wulliger

Feature by Roberta Scher Contibuting Editor, KosherEye.com

It is not often that I read a cookbook cover to cover in one sitting, but I couldn't put this one down.  First, there is the beauty of the book, then the photos by Moshe Wulliger, then the clever &meaningful chapter headings, and the crisp clean fonts. It is simply a pleasure to read, and to cook from!. The recipes, there are 250, are creative , mostly simple and easy to follow.
Even the "tips" (86 of them) are chock full of information, many that a seasoned cook like me found helpful. Cinnamon and ginger are very compatible! Turmeric stains hand....Wear gloves! Peel your celery; no one likes to eat strings. There are 86 more tips/hacks just in the book's introduction. And, most every recipe has a fabulous photo , and her tips & tricks. The recipes are approachable and delicious.

Danielle lives in Jerusalem, and is well known for her popular blog/website peaslovencarrots.com, and her @peaslovencarrots on Instagram. (with over 50,000 followers) She was born and raised in Long Island into a mixed Moroccan and Ashkenaz family. She moved to Israel shortly after her wedding to Eli. Her love of food has attracted people from all walks of life, and levels of cooking. She particularly is known for wandering Jerusalem's Machane Yehuda Shuk, where she greets old and new friend, vendors and shoppers.

Treat yourself, or treat others. If you are searching for a hostess gift for Yom Tov, I highly recommend this cookbook. As Danielle says: All you KNEAD is Love, and I love this cookbook.

Enjoy these Sample Recipes: 
Pomegranate Braised Brisket
Apples & Honey Mustard Chicken

 

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This is Daniella's third cookbook. . . the first two were in the Silver Platter series, and were both bestsellers.

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 Find your long lost recipes at Eat Your Books!

The larger the cookbook library, the more time it takes to locate recipes. Eat your Books  is a website that allows you to easily create a single, searchable index of all the recipes in your personal collection of cookbooks, magazines, and clippings. Simply select the names of the books you own on EYB (they’ve indexed thousands of cookbooks) or upload the recipes you’ve written or collected.

Eat your Books  is a website that allows you to easily create a single, searchable index of all the recipes in your personal collection of cookbooks, magazines, and clippings. Simply select the names of the books you own on EYB (they’ve indexed thousands of cookbooks) or upload the recipes you’ve written or collected. Eat Your Books provides a creative solution for managing, browsing, organizing and uncovering recipes. The site also offers cookbook and recipe forums; cookbook reviews, cookbooks news , giveaways and more! There are also links to almost 300,000 online recipes. We are so pleased that they have recently added a category for kosher cookbooks as well.  Here's how it works... select the names of your cookbooks from their easily accessible database. Click "add to my library", and voila! you have a permanent record of your cookbooks, and all of the recipes available within them. 

So, for example, perhaps you want to make flourless chocolate cake. Simply enter these words in the Eat Your Books  library search bar, and you will see a list of the books you own which have a version of this recipe, including page numbers . They do not reproduce the actual recipes or text on the site, but instead offer a mirrored, searchable virtual library of your cookbook collection. Just find the cookbook, turn to the page and start cooking or baking. We're currently talking about 1.5 million recipes. We find this a very valuable site, and encourage our readers to check it out.  
For more about this excellent resource for cooks, visit Eat Your Books!

This giveaway has ended. The lucky winners are Lynne Rabinowitz, Cindy Hodkin, and Rachael Gray-Raff

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Shabbos Under Pressure
Our friend Sharon Matten  (Koshereveryday.com) has recently published her first cookbook, Shabbos under Pressure. The book is ultra-friendly, conversational and filled with easy to understand information about how to use multicookers. If you are new to using an electric multi-cooker, afraid of using a pressure cooker, or searching for new ways to use one, this book is a must!
The 70 recipes and tips shared in Shabbos Under Pressure are compatible with any brand of Electric Pressure Cooker. There are full color photos for each recipe, and very clear step-by-step instructions.

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Recipes and Tips for Home Cooks By Ina Garten, Clarkson Potter Publishers

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