The "new" Jewish Holiday Cookbook

The "new" Jewish Holiday Cookbook

An International Collection of Recipes and Customs

Book - 1999
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Random House, Inc.
In this second edition of her popular classic, celebrated food editor Gloria Kaufer Greene masterfully combines the delicious foods, the rich traditions, and the interesting histories that are essential components of every Jewish holiday in one cookbook. Readers will learn not only how to make a delicious Passover Seder, but why each dish is prepared for this annual celebration, and where these recipes originated. The 260-plus recipes vary from classic Jewish favorites to brand new discoveries with international flair. The New Jewish Holiday Cookbook is a wonderful resource for chefs, whether they are preparing their very first Hanukkah feast or putting the finishing touches on the weekly Sabbath dinner.

Baker & Taylor
A new edition of the classic Jewish cookbook presents more than eighty new and easy-to-follow recipes demonstrating the rich traditions of Jewish cookery, suitable for a variety of holidays, from the weekly Sabbath to a Hanukkah feast to the Passover seder. 15,000 first printing.

& Taylor

Interweaving folklore and the finest of Jewish cookery, this collection of original recipes, both Ashkenazic and Sephardic, from around the world includes directions for kosher dishes to suit the diverse Jewish holidays

Publisher: New York : Times Books, 1999
Edition: Completely revised and updated with more than 80 new recipes
ISBN: 9780812929775
Branch Call Number: 641.5676 GREEN
Characteristics: xx, 539 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes: Revised and updated edition of: The Jewish holiday cookbook. c1985


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