Jewish Holiday Kitchen By adding over new recipes Nathan has improved and expanded what is already considered the classic Jewish cookbook Featuring recipes from around the world Italy Mexico Algeria and Russia to na

  • Title: Jewish Holiday Kitchen
  • Author: Joan Nathan
  • ISBN: 9780805209006
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • By adding over 50 new recipes, Nathan has improved and expanded what is already considered the classic Jewish cookbook Featuring recipes from around the world Italy, Mexico, Algeria, and Russia, to name a few this is the most complete collection of specific dishes for the eight major holidays, the Sabbath, and all special occasions in the life of a Jewish family.

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      Joan Nathan Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Jewish Holiday Kitchen book, this is one of the most wanted Joan Nathan author readers around the world.

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    1. This cookbook is a staple from my childhood <3 . . . both my mom and grandma had copies when I was growing up and when my grandma moved out of her house to a smaller apartment she gave me her copy :-)I LOVE *so* many recipes in here . . . the stuffed cabbage is one of my favorites for sure!Thanks Joan Nathan for all of these lovely recipes.


    2. Marrying a Jew opened a whole new culinary world to me. Being raised in Tennessee, matzah ball soup and gifilte fish were compeletly foreign to me. My mother-in-law knew I loved to cook, and saw the opportunity to get me hooked on Jewish comfort food - and reap the benefits every time I made something new! This book is terrific as an introduction to Jewish cooking, and also explains meanings, traditions, and the origins of every dish.


    3. Good and easy-to-follow recipes by the wonderful Joan Nathan. Anyone interested in Judaism and the culinary treats of its holidays shouldn't pass this one up. I've referred to this cookbook often for ideas for menus for the holidays.


    4. When my mother's Art of Jewish Cooking [Jennie Grossinger] finally fell apart, I updated to Joan Nathan. Yay!Packing away now as we declutter the house, preparing to put it on the market.





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