America Cooks Kosher

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America Cooks KosherThe All-Season All-Reason Kosher Cookbook

Pique your epicuriosity! Share and rejoice in the universal spirit of food and tradition celebrated in America Cooks Kosher! Recipes from Superbowl to Seder!

This hardcover 330+ page hard cover, spiral-bound collection features over 300 recipes for gourmet dinners, quick and easy daily meals, and holiday menus from over 200 kitchens in and around Baltimore, Maryland. Certain to nourish your palate as well as your soul, America Cooks Kosher speaks to everyone who loves food and has an appreciation of how it enhances family life. Sprinkled with food trivia, Jewish midrash, American food histories, wine selections, kosher substitution information, Passover options, childrens recipes and so much more, this user-friendly eclectic masterpiece is a must for every cook from the novice to connoisseur.

America Cooks Kosher is your definitive guide to time-tested traditional and contemporary Jewish and American recipes. From the Seder table to the Super Bowl party, the cholent crock pot to the barbeque grill, America Cooks Kosher is destined to be your newest kitchen resource and favorite kitchen companion.

Combining the laws and customs of kashrut with todays contemporary lifestyles, this unique cookbook is a compilation from many chefs with many different styles. It reflects a multitude of varied cooking techniques and trends ranging from the traditional Jewish matzah ball soup to the most up-to-date American fusion foods.

America Cooks Kosher transforms the daily routine of eating into a delectable dining experience. It is a timeless treasury destined to become a keepsake that will be cherished from generation to generation.(330 Pages)

Publisher: Beth Tfiloh Congregation, 2005

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