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The Intolerant Gourmet: Glorious Food without Gluten & Lactose

Barbara KafkaPublished by ArtisanA Division of Workman Publishing It’s estimated that nearly 1 in 3 North Americans is lactose–intolerant and that 1 in 133 is gluten–ntolerant, although many of these people remain undiagnosed. For those who do find out, the resulting dietary...

Hazan Family Favorites: Beloved Italian Recipes

By Giuliano Hazan Stewart, Tabori & Chang An Imprint of ABRAMS Giuliano Hazan grew up surrounded by riches – culinary riches – as the son of world famous American Italian cooking pioneer Marcella Hazan. In fact, many call his family the “First family of Italian Cooking in America”. Since being...

Bon Appétit Desserts: The Cookbook for All Things Sweet and Wonderful

By Barbara Fairchild, Andrews McMeel Publishing LLC For over a half century, Bon Appétit magazine has been sharing “to–die–for” desserts. From quick home–style cookies to unforgettable special-occasion finales…Bon Appétit showcases meticulously tested recipes. Now, culled from the extensive Bon...

A KosherEye Chat with Zipporah Malka Heller & Shifrah Devorah Witt

We are continuing our conversation with Zipporah Malka and Shifrah Devorah, the mother/daughter authors of The Best of Mexican Kosher Cooking. What was the defining moment when both of you decided to collaborate on a cookbook? ZM: Yes. I was already working on a cookbook with the intention of...

The Best of Mexican Kosher Cooking

by Shifrah Devorah Witt & Zipporah Malka Heller We love the flavors and ingredients of Mexican cuisine; most of the ingredients the American cook is familiar with and can easily purchase. Mexican food is more than tacos and burritos - it is the melding of the flavors, spices, and ingredients that...

The Bais Yaakov Cookbook

Editor: Batsheva Weinstein, Published by: The Fund for Jewish Education Distributed by: Feldheim Publishers The beautiful cover of this recently released cookbook just draws you in. There is so much information contained in 381 pages that we tip our hat to the editor and everyone who had a hand in...

The No-Potato Passover

By Aviva Kanoff The photographs in The No Potato Passover: A Journey of Food, Travel and Color are reason enough to buy the book. Aviva Kanoff, an artist and a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, takes the reader on a visual adventure, a culinary journey of the world. And then there are the...

The Kosher Carnivore

The Ultimate Meat and Poultry Cookbook by June Hersh Meat, meat and more meat – and a little poultry and side dishes too. Everything you wanted to know about kosher cuts, how to grill, roast, braise stew, sear—how to cook meats, buy them, use them, and freeze them. It’s all in this comprehensive...

Recipes Remembered: A Celebration of Survival

By June Hersh It is not often that we read a cookbook, with tears in our eyes, or actually streaming down our cheeks, or that evokes an unexpected smile. But that is how this cookbook affected us. It is a collection of cherished heirloom recipes which reflect our Jewish heritage – journeying...

Dash - Inspired Kosher Recipes for the Seasoned Palate

Dash - Inspired Kosher Recipes for the Seasoned Palate By Rebecca Naumberg & Sori KleinA publication by Torah Academy for Girls, Far Rockaway, New York It is very evident that this cookbook was a labor of love. Created by Rebecca Naumberg and Sori Klein for the Torah Academy for Girls, Far...

The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen

Glorious Meals Pure and Simple by Lévana Kirschenbaum What exactly are Whole Foods? According to the author, Lévana Kirschenbaum: "Whole foods are foods to which nothing has been removed, whose components have not been broken down and recombined to form a whole new "food-like substance"... foods...

Fresh & Easy Kosher Cooking

Ordinary Ingredients, Extraordinary Meals by Leah Schapira A busy wife and mother, Leah Schapira knows the importance of being able to prepare nutritious, tasty meals, using ingredients that are staples in the pantry, in a short amount of time. As the former food editor of Mishpacha Magazine and...

Soup A Kosher Collection - Second Edition

by Pam Reiss The first edition of Soup A Kosher Collection is a staple in our cookbook collection – an entire book devoted to one of our favorite food categories,SOUP! We thought the book was already perfect, so naturally we asked Pam Reiss why she decided to update and reissue it as opposed to...

Kosher Revolution

by Geila Hocherman and Arthur Boehm Kosher Cooking Without Boundaries In their book Kosher Revolution, a Kyle Press publication, Geila Hocherman and Arthur Boehm share techniques and recipes which allow the kosher cook to widely expand the boundaries of kosher. The authors have quite an impressive...

Tina's Tidbits

Kitchen & Cooking Tips from Tina Wasserman Have you ever read a cooking or kitchen tip and thought "wish I had know about that one" – it would have made preparation of the recipe so much easier. We at KosherEye love cooking tips and hints and knew when we read Tina Wasserman's cookbook, Entree to...

A KosherEye Chat with author Stephanie Pierson

We smiled all the way through The Brisket Book as we did all the way through our conversation with author Stephanie Pierson. Who is your target audience? People who know or want to know about brisket, or love brisket, and all who are seeking brisket bliss. What is the focus of the book? The book...

The Brisket Book Giveaway

KosherEye Giveaway The Brisket Book: A Love Story with Recipes Encore! Encore! An encore giveaway for this very popular cookbook. Enter to win a copy of The Brisket Book: A Love Story with Recipes by Stephanie Pierson. The book is entertaining, informative and a welcome addition to anyone's...

Simply Southern: With a Dash of Kosher Soul

by Margolin Hebrew Academy Memphis, Tennessee, is the home of Elvis, BBQ, the blues and Margolin Hebrew Academy − the only Orthodox Day School in this Southern city. The Jewish Day School was founded in 1949 and has educated three generations of this family, which includes Dena Wruble, her father,...

Bon Appétit Y’all

Three Generations of Southern Cooking by Virginia Willis Virginia Willis believes that today’s southern cuisine is multi–dimensional. It is built on the foundation of the cooking of those “little ladies in southern small country towns”, one of which is her beloved grandmother, Meme. Chefs and...

A KosherEye Chat with Virginia Willis

We are sharing excerpts from our chat with Virginia Willis, talented writer, chef, food stylist, television producer, cooking teacher and author of Bon Appetit, Y'all. Tell us about your next book. It will be published in late September and is titled Basic to Brilliant Y’all − 150 refined southern...

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