Hip Kosher

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175 easy to prepare recipes for today’s kosher cooks

Sometimes a picture says a thousand words, and sometimes a word reveals a thousand pictures. This picture-less cookbook is a fabulous resource for preparing in your own kitchen, the hip foods on restaurant menus. The recipes don’t take a lot of time nor require hard-to-find ingredients. You know what these foods look like, who needs glossy pictures.

.The ingredients used are fresh and the flavors are light. This book is a fresh take and indispensable kitchen companion for the new styles in kosher cooking. Hip Kosher provides detailed, practical resources for finding kosher items in your local stores. With more than 175 recipes for every meal and occasion, the book showcases contemporary American dishes rather than traditional Eastern European or Sephardic fare.

Accessible, easy-to-prepare, and versatile, the recipes are perfect for hip, 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 provides comprehensive sources.(288 Pages)

Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books, 2008

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