Posts Tagged ‘Modern Jewish cooking’

Danielle Oron’s Modern Israeli Cooking

My favorite new cookbook is Danielle Oron’s Modern Israeli Cooking: 100 New Recipes for Traditional Classics.  I’ve been following Danielle’s blog I Will Not Eat Oysters for a while now, and I’m thrilled that she finally published her first cookbook. Danielle creates recipes with an incredible array of flavors. Her cooking has been compared to…

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The Scoop

It’s The Scoop! A monthly round-up of great things to read, see, cook and buy in November.

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Dawn Lerman on Food, Love, and Family

“Nothing says love like a little something from Bubbe’s oven.” —Beauty in Fat Dad: a Memoir of Food, Love, and Family  I loved reading about Dawn Lerman’s colorful Jewish family and food-centric upbringing in her new memoir Fat Dad: a Memoir of Food, Love, and Family.  Dawn spent her early childhood in Chicago constantly hungry…

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The New Kosher

Kim Kushner’s new cookbook, The New Kosher, comes along at the perfect time. I’ve been in a snack and dinner rut since the kids settled back into school a week ago. We’ve all grown a little tired of the once beloved dishes that I’ve been making for years. I desperately need to add some new,…

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The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen

Amelia Saltsman is a longtime champion of local family farms. She’s passionate about helping everyday cooks make the connection between small-farm foods and real-life meals. Healthy, fresh and local is not necessarily the first thing that comes to mind, however, when we think of the traditional Jewish food our grandmothers made. “We tend to compartmentalize the…

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Max & Eli Sussman’s Brisket and Potato Kugel

To me, brisket and kugel are more like winter foods—something I’d cook for the holidays. But in San Francisco the fog’s rolling in and while most of you are thawing out from a very cold winter, we’re just getting started around here.  So, lately I’ve been making comfort foods like stews and one-pot hearty soups….

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Modern Jewish Cooking

 I’ve been a big fan of Leah Koenig for years.  From Za’atar Burgers to Chocolate Pomegranate Gushers to a Moroccan Chanukah dinner, I can always count on Leah not only for great recipes, but also for new twists on traditional favorites. Leah writes for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Saveur, Epicurious, CHOW,…

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