Posts Tagged ‘Jewish cookbooks’

Purim Fun!

Purim is almost here! I’ve rounded up of some fun, festive and delicious items to help you celebrate the holiday.

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Baking Breads

 Breaking Breads: A New World of Israeli Baking by Uri Scheft is just the kind of cookbook I need right now as the weather turns colder. I’m excited to bake my way through this fabulous new book all winter long. Scheft is the Danish-Israeli master baker and creative genius behind Lehamim Bakery in Tel Aviv and…

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My First Latke Showdown

I’ve always been a simple ingredient kind of latke gal—potatoes, onions, eggs, matzah meal, and a little salt. My latke toppings are humble and traditional—sour cream, applesauce, and occasionally some lox if I feel like stepping it up a notch. But no more! After attending my first latke showdown, I’m inspired to mix up my…

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Molly on the Range

Molly Yeh’s fabulous blog, My Name is Yeh, caught my attention back in 2013 when I first started blogging. I was thrilled to feature Molly in one of my first blog posts, and the yummy Asian Challah I included in that post is still a family favorite. Molly’s blog has gone on to receive all sorts of awards, and…

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The Gefilte Manifesto

How do you make centuries-old Ashkenazi cuisine feel fresh again? Leave it to Liz Alpern and Jeffrey Yoskowitz to show us the way forward. It all started with gefilte fish. Liz and Jeffrey were frustrated that the Jewish cuisine they loved and grew up eating as kids was considered a thing of the past. They were friends…

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The Scoop

It’s the scoop! We’ve got all sorts of interesting things to read, buy, eat, and make in August.

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