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Spiritual Kneading through the Jewish Months

Spiritual Kneading through the Jewish MonthsBuilding the Sacred through ChallahBy Dahlia Abraham-Klein, Shamashi Publishers Challah, we love it because of tradition, we eat it because it is delicious and we make it because it is a mitzvah, a spiritual connection to G-d, especially for Jewish...

Plenty More

Plenty More By Yotam Ottolenghi Copyright 2014 Ten Speed Press an imprint of Random House LLC Photography by Jonathan Lovekin Yotam Ottolenghi is an inventor – a food innovator. His flavors, ingredient combinations and food visions are new, fresh and simply sensational. His strokes are like food...

Silk Road Vegetarian

Silk Road VegetarianBy Dahlia Abraham-Klein, Tuttle PublishingVegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free Recipes for the Mindful Cook Review by guest columnist Sarah Hodge In "Silk Road Vegetarian" Dahlia Abraham-Klein has compiled over 120 vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free recipes that serve as an...

Gluten Free Around the World

By Aviva Kanoff Described as the "Indiana Jones" of kosher cooking, Aviva Kanoff is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute and has spent years as a personal chef. She is an adventurer, and she travels the world searching for food and art. She is also an avid photographer, a painter and a...

Secret Restaurant Recipes from the World’s Top Kosher Restaurants

Secret Restaurant Recipesfrom the World's Top Kosher Restaurants By Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek Artscroll/Mesorah Publications Another "can't put it down" cookbook from the pair we all have grown to love and admire, Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek. This time, they have taken us behind the...

The Baking Bible

By Rose Levy BeranbaumHoughton Mifflin Harcourt Rose Beranbaum Levy is considered the "diva of desserts", "the most meticulous cook who ever lived", and a "legendary baker." Her long-awaited and comprehensive baking book is finally here, and in it she shares all-new recipes for fabulous cakes,...

The Modern Kosher Kitchen

It is our great pleasure to come across an exceptional cookbook, but even more of a pleasure when it is written by a friend. We met Ronnie when we entered the journalistic and virtual world of food writing – now almost 10 years ago, and have learned so much from her website and books. She explores...

Food, Family and Tradition

By Lynn Kirsche Shapiro Food, Family, and Tradition: Hungarian Kosher Family Recipes and Remembrances by Lynn Kirsche Shapiro, a daughter of holocaust survivors, contains more than 150 original family recipes with full-color photographs. But on an equal footing with these authentic recipes are the...

Encore Giveaway - Holocaust Survivor Cookbooks

A Collection of stories and recipespublished by The Caras Family The Holocaust Survivor Cookbook and its sequel Miracles & Meals provide food for both body and soul. Each recipe is accompanied by a personal story of the Holocaust – of courage, loss, suffering, love, support, caring, life, death...

Monday Morning Cooking Club

Featured Cookbook and Giveaway The Monday Morning Cooking Club The Feast Goes On Harper Collins Publisher Meet The Sisterhood: From Left to rightMerelyn Chalmers - Food is love and love is foodPaula Horwitz - The former barefoot farm girl with a love of food and familyLisa Goldberg - I am a...

The Kosher Baker Double Giveaway

Sweet Double Cookbook Giveaway Enter to win both books by Paula Shoyer! The Kosher Baker, Brandeis University Press The Holiday Kosher Baker, Sterling Publishing About Paula ShoyerSimilar to "the Julia" (the culinary icon we all loved), Paula Shoyer, the author of The Kosher Baker and The Holiday...

The Modern Menu Cookbook

The Modern Menu - Encore Giveaway!Simple. Beautiful. Kosher.By Kim Kushner, Gefen Publishing House This book reminds us of a painting, both modernistic and contemporary. It shines visually with clean minimalistic simplicity, contains extremely appealing, easy to follow, fresh and innovative...

Meatballs and Matzah Balls

Recipes and Reflections from a Jewish Italian LifeBy Marcia Friedman In the introduction to this cookbook the author writes, “Sometimes food is more than just something to eat; for me, anyway, it is also memories, culture, bonds, creativity and connections.” Indeed it is, and Marcia Friedman...

Knish - In Search of the Jewish Soul Food

By Laura Silver, Published by Brandeis University Press Review contributed by Knish Fan and Guest Writer Dr. Michael Keats While in the old neighborhood, Laura Silver decides to enjoy her favorite treat, a knish from Mrs. Stahl's bakery, a simple dish she enjoyed with her favorite person, her...

From Scratch Inside the Food Network

From Scratch - Inside the Food Networkby Allen SalkinBig Personalities, High Drama - the Extraordinary Behind-the-Scenes Story Sara, Emeril, Rachael, Sonny, Paula, Giada, Mario, Ellie, Jamie, Guy, Ina, Bobby, Tyler, Trisha, Ree, Alton... If you recognize these names, this book is for you! Author...

Johnny Harris Restaurant Cookbook

By Julie Lowenthal, Pelican Publishing Company Since 1924, Johnny Harris has been a legendary name in Southern Barbecue. From its beginning as a tiny BBQ "joint", the Johnny Harris Restaurant grew to be one of the largest and most popular full service food destinations in Savannah. Unfortunately,...

Dairy Made Easy

By Leah Schapira & Victoria DwekArtscroll/Mesorah Publications Just in time for warm weather and summer celebrations, comes this, the 4th book in the Made Easy series, and it's all about dairy. Real butter, cream, milk--yes it's all-real! Leah Schapira, author of the bestselling cookbook, Fresh &...

Jerusalem: A Cookbook

By Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami TamimiPublished by Ten Speed Press Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi are both admired and accomplished chefs who grew up in and around Jerusalem. Sami Tamimi was raised in east Jerusalem, an Arab area -- Yotam Ottolenghi in the Jewish area. Both now live in London. This...

Cook in Israel

By Orly Ziv Food lovers no longer have to visit the colorful markets of Jerusalem or Tel Aviv to enjoy the captivating tastes of a fresh Mediterranean menu. The new book Cook in Israel is packed with delicious, easy to follow recipes allowing everyone to bring the flavors and colors of Israeli...

Entrée to Judaism for Families

Entrée to Judaism for FamiliesJewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with ChildrenBy Tina Wasserman URJ Press Author Tina Wasserman "wants children to gain the skills and confidence that come with learning to cook". And, along with kitchen know-how, Chef Tina wants children to learn the vibrant...

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