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The Hadassah Jewish holiday cookbook

Joan Schwartz Michel

The Hadassah Jewish holiday cookbook

traditional recipes from contemporary Kosher Kitchens

by Joan Schwartz Michel

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Published by Universe Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish cooking,
  • Holiday cooking

  • About the Edition

    Should matzo balls be firm or fluffy? Plain or filled? Made with chicken fat, oil, or marrow? These questions and others are addressed in this recipe collection from the celebrated cooks of Hadassah, the Jewish women"s volunteer organization.

    Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Joan Schwartz Michel ; introductions by Rabbi Robert Sternberg ... [et al.] ; photographs by Louis Wallach
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX724 .H27 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination264 p. :
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24878532M
    ISBN 100789399911
    ISBN 109780789399915
    LC Control Number2007932829
    OCLC/WorldCa298904478

    Whether it’s a holiday, or Shabbat dinner, “What’s on the menu?” is on everybody’s mind. Ranging from the classic Ashkenazic Chicken Fricassee to the definitive Sephardic Chicken Marrakesh, The Hadassah Jewish Holiday Cookbook includes the best of the best traditional recipes from the celebrated cooks of Hadassah, the Jewish women’s volunteer organization. Today, though their cookbook sales and bake sales have been largely supplanted by the most sophisticated fundraising campaigns, Hadassah women are still cooking. The results are evident in The Hadassah Jewish Holiday Cookbook, an exquisitely illustrated book presenting the best of traditional and contemporary recipes from the Jewish kitchen.

      The Hadassah Jewish Holiday Cookbook: Traditional Recipes from Contemporary Kosher Kitchens ($) is an overall gorgeous book with incredibly beautiful illustrations. The Author: Sharon Franke. When you break the fast this Yom Kippur, try these recipes from "The Hadassah Jewish Holiday Cookbook." The book edited by Joan Schwartz Michel with photographs by Louis Wallach is a .

    Ladle of Love Hadassah Cookbook - Roslyn, New York A Ladle of Love Hadassah Cookbook - Roslyn Chapter New York is a book of treasured recipes from the organization's membership. Recipes follow a Jewish kosher diet and are for a blend of cuisines from American to Jewish. Hadassah Jewish Holiday Cookbook: Traditional Recipes from Contemporary Kosher Kitchens Joan Schwartz Michel Editor Barnes & Noble on sale for $ original price $ $ $


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The Hadassah Everyday Cookbook Daily Meals for the Contemporary Jewish Kitchen (Book): Koenig, Leah: Random House, Jewish love of eating extends far beyond the Shabbat and holiday tables to the every day.

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