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Quick Kosher

Author: Jamie Geller
Publisher: Feldheim Publishers
ISBN: 1583309608
Size: 75.36 MB
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QUICK & KOSHER: Recipes From The Bride Who Knew Nothing is the hilarious story of Jamie Geller, a spunky young exec who came into marriage and kosher cooking without knowing a spatula from a saucepan. Determined to master cooking yet short on time, she was dismayed to find that most cookbooks consider an hour of preparation time “quick,” and presumed more culinary skill than many of us in fact have. So Jamie set out to compile her own special collection of quick and easy recipes—recipes with step-by-step instructions requiring no more than 15 minutes to prepare - that would deliver scrumptious, eye-catching, satisfying meals to impress her family and friends.QUICK & KOSHER is the result of her quest, a one-of-a-kind cookbook with more than 160 recipes and 120 full-color photos that will prove invaluable not only to culinary novices but also experienced cooks who love to prepare Kosher food.

Quick Kosher Meals In Minutes

Author: Jamie Geller
Publisher: Feldheim Pub
ISBN: 9781598265965
Size: 18.51 MB
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MEALS THAT LOOK AND TASTE LIKE YOU SLAVED OVER THEM ALL DAY.ONLY YOU DIDN'T. YOU DON'T HAVE TIME FOR THAT "As a bride, all I wanted was to cook well enough to get Hubby off the line at Pizza Palace. A few years and a few kids later, here's what I learned: Schedules work at the office and for NASA, but not in my hectic household! And trying to figure out what side dish goes with what main can be more frustrating than unknotting tiny sneaker laces."--Jamie Geller • 215+ new quick recipes--triple-tested • 100+ scrumptious meals -- with wine recommendations • 20-, 40- and 60-minute meals, total time -- from start to finish • New fast takes on traditional holiday dishes • Exhilaratingly funny glossary -- worth the price of the book alone • Expert interviews about wine and cheese "Think of [Jamie Geller] as a kosher Rachael Ray." --Ellen Kanner, Miami Herald

Can Do Kosher

Author: Chasya Katriela Eshkol
Publisher: Tovim Press
ISBN: 9780999478639
Size: 75.41 MB
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"Can-Do Kosher!" is a brief yet concise DIY guide on becoming and keeping kosher. The main goal of this information-packed, pocket-sized book is to make the often complex world of the Jewish dietary laws accessible to anyone who would like to keep them. Newly revised and expanded edition!

Maui Kosher

Author: Danit Schusterman
Publisher: Mutual Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781566479639
Size: 20.37 MB
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Secrets Of Fat Free Kosher

Author: Deborah Bernstein
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101173626
Size: 70.39 MB
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Secrets of Fat-Free Kosher Cooking begins with a brief introduction to the laws of kosher cooking, and then guides you through some nutrition basics. It then shows how the use of low-fat ingredients coupled with appropriate cooking methods can turn once high-fat foods into delicious low-fat alternatives. This exciting collection includes such kosher classics as plump pierogen and knishes, crisp potato latkes, and old fashioned chicken soup complete with fluffy matzoh balls. Choose from a wide variety of hearty chulents and kugels, as well as dessert classics like prune-filled hamantaschen, creamy cheese blintzes, and sweet honey cake. There is even an amazing recipe for low-fat challah - the traditional bread of the Sabbath and holidays.

Hip Kosher

Author: Ronnie Fein
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0786732199
Size: 31.21 MB
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Kosher cuisine is a culinary niche that is rapidly becoming mainstream, as many home cooks outside the Jewish community, seeking more healthful and humane fare, are embracing kosher foods and Jewish dietary laws. Now, Hip Kosher provides detailed, practical resources for finding kosher items in your local stores and more than 175 recipes for every meal and occasion, showcasing contemporary American dishes rather than traditional Eastern European or Sephardic fare. Accessible, easy-to-prepare, and versatile, the recipes are perfect for busy people who don't have hours to spend in the kitchen. Many recipes include menu suggestions, while sidebars note recipe variations, updates on classics, and helpful prep hints about ingredients and tools. Fein also describes Jewish dietary laws (and halal, permitted Muslim foods) and provides comprehensive sources.

Kosher

Author: Timothy D. Lytton
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674075234
Size: 32.24 MB
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In an era of anxiety about the safety and industrialization of the food supply, kosher food—with $12 billion in sales—is big business. Timothy Lytton tells a story of successful private-sector regulation: how independent certification agencies rescued U.S. kosher supervision from corruption and made it a model of nongovernmental administration.

The Kosher Baker

Author: Paula Shoyer
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 1584659491
Size: 71.35 MB
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This extraordinary bible of kosher baking breathes fresh life into parve desserts and breads