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Cookbooks

  • Bais Yaakov Cookbook

    Feldheim

    Bais Yaakov Cookbook

    $36.99

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    Feldheim

    Bais Yaakov Cookbook

    $36.99

    Much more than just another cookbook, this unique cookbook is a first of its kind, containing a wealth of information.

    • 200 original recipes with stunning, full color photography
    • A personal brocha and challah recipe from Rebbetzin Batsheva Kanievsky a”h
    • A pictorial history of Sara Schneirer and the Bais Yaakov movement
    • Comprehensive section of Halachos of cooking in the kitchen
    • Guide to complex brachos situations
    • Color guide to checking fruits and vegetables
    • Tips on shopping for, preparing, and serving gourmet meals
    • Comprehensive guide to shopping for meat, wine, cookware, etc.

    This special cookbook belongs in the kitchen of every home!

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  • Balabuste's Choice Pesach Cookbook

    CIS Publishers

    Balabuste's Choice Pesach Cookbook

    $25.95

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    CIS Publishers

    Balabuste's Choice Pesach Cookbook

    $25.95

    This is a cookbook that will take you back in time when grandma used to make the Shabbos foods.

    It has all the basics and all the recipes you'll need to cook a home-style traditional meal.

    All the recipes are explained in an easy to use format and pictures are next to many of the recipes.

    Something to give as a gift.

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  • Dessert Time Cookbook

    Judaica Press

    Dessert Time Cookbook

    $19.95

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    Judaica Press

    Dessert Time Cookbook

    $19.95

    Dozens of delightful desserts!

    When you're in the mood for something tasty, why go searching through other cookbooks when Dessert Time has so many great ideas, all in one place!

    • Cakes
    • Cookies
    • Dairy desserts
    • Ice cream and ices
    • Mousses and pies
    • Drinks and fruit desserts

    Over 200 delicious recipes to help make every occasion special!

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  • Healthy Jewish Cookbook

    CIS Publishers

    Healthy Jewish Cookbook

    $21.95

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    CIS Publishers

    Healthy Jewish Cookbook

    $21.95

    Traditionally associated with the heavy, fat-laden foods of Europe — deep-fried latkes, chicken fat, and achingly sweet desserts — Jewish food is, in fact, far more varied.

    Jews who migrated to other parts of the world developed cuisines unique to their new countries, yet still flavored with the tastes of the Middle East and the strict requirements of Jewish dietary laws.

    This beautifully illustrated book takes readers on a fascinating journey around the world, showing how Jewish cookery adapted and why it offers so many health benefits.

    There is the light, flavorful Mediterranean diet of Greek Jews and the Moorish-influenced food of the Jews expelled from Spain in 1492, both of which are rich in natural antioxidants, as well as the grain-based dishes of North Africa and the fragrant salads of the Middle East.

    With recipes like Egg and Onion with Cilantro, Nutty Spinach with Raisins, Schmaltz Herrings, Roast Duck with Cherries, and Ginger Hazelnut Cookies, this cookbook is a treasure trove of delicious, nutritious recipes for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike.

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  • Le Marais Cookbook

    Gefen Books

    Le Marais Cookbook

    $29.95

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    Gefen Books

    Le Marais Cookbook

    $29.95

    “Where else would a non-Jewish Portuguese immigrant open a French bistro, hire an Irish-Italian Catholic as its executive chef, and create one of the finest and most successful kosher restaurants in the United States?”

    As Hadassah and Joe Lieberman put it in their foreword to the Le Marais cookbook, this is “a classic New York story.”

    Get to know the personalities behind the Le Marais experience while learning how to create its incredible delicacies at home.

    In sections covering sauces; soups; salads; bread, pasta, and risotto; beef; classics; lamb; veal; poultry; fish; sides; and desserts, this beautifully illustrated cookbook gives you the techniques and recipes you’ll need to bring French gourmet into the kosher kitchen (or any kitchen).

    Hip and irreverent, the Le Marais cookbook is your entrée to the world of French cuisine that just happens to be fully kosher. Braied duck legs with white pearl onions and petite pois, anyone?

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  • Quick And Kosher Cookbook Vol 1

    Feldheim

    Quick And Kosher Cookbook Vol 1

    $36.99

    The only cookbook that wants to get you out of the kitchen!

    This is the hilarious story of Jamie Geller, a spunky young TV exec who came into marriage and kosher cooking without knowing a spatula from a saucepan.

    Determined to master cooking, yet pressed for 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 have.

    So Jamie set out to compile her own special collection of quick and easy recipes and Quick & Kosher is the result of her quest.

    This one-of-a-kind cookbook contains more than 160 recipes requiring no more than 15 minutes to prepare, 120 full-color photos, clear step-by-step instructions, reliable prep and cooking times, tips and techniques, and advice on pairing wines with various dishes.

    Recipes range from traditional to exotic, and are well indexed and cross-referenced.

    Several special sections such as Setting up Your Kitchen, Secrets of the 15-Minute Chef and Shopping Like an Expert are the result of extensive insider interviews with food professionals who helped facilitate Jamie's path to culinary mastery. These sections offer practical answers to the questions you've always wanted to ask: how do I buy meat, fish, produce, groceries, and wine?

    Is this a cookbook? An autobiography? A kitchen handbook for brides?

    It is all of these and more, for Quick & Kosher will amuse, inspire and teach even skilled cooks a thing or two.

    I wrote Quick & Kosher says Jamie Geller, because you and I are in the same boat. We want to serve up something tantalizing for dinner, but between kids, careers, and carpools, we have no time to patchka!

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  • The Complete Passover Cookbook

    Jonathon David Co

    The Complete Passover Cookbook

    $19.95

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    Jonathon David Co

    The Complete Passover Cookbook

    $19.95

    Passover cuisine is no longer limited to the traditional dishes known to our parents and grandparents.

    In this classic, containing more than 500 clearly written recipes, Frances AvRutick shows us how to make every Passover dish a succulent delight.

    In nineteen chapters spiced with history, laced with lore, and garnished with cooking suggestions, you will find everything from traditional holiday preparations (try the Russian borscht and light-as-a-feather knaidlach) to modern-day originals (matzo-spinach pie, elegant stuffed drumsticks, matzo meal polenta--to name a few).

    The Complete Passover Cookbook will help you prepare the kind of Passover you never dreamed possible.

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  • The Kosher Baker Cookbook

    CIS Publishers

    The Kosher Baker Cookbook

    $34.99

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    CIS Publishers

    The Kosher Baker Cookbook

    $34.99

    Producing flavorful and appealing kosher desserts has been a challenge in Jewish households throughout the ages.

    Without access to butter, cream, milk, cheese, yogurt, or other dairy products, creating a tasty and memorable dessert for family and friends requires more than simple substitutions and compromises.

    Now pastry chef and teacher Paula Shoyer provides the inspiration and innovation to turn the age-old challenges of parve baking into delectable delights in her one-of-a-kind kosher cookbook.

    The Kosher Baker is your indispensable kitchen companion to a wide range of dairy-free desserts, from family favorites and time-honored holiday classics to stylish and delicious surprises of Shoyer’s own careful creation.

    It even includes desserts not usually found on a kosher table, such as creamy key lime pie, luscious flan, and rich tiramisu. You’ll find everything from cookies, biscotti, breads and muffins to pastries, tarts, fancy cakes, and mousses.

    Shoyer guides you through more than 160 mouth-watering recipes and expands every non-dairy baker’s repertoire with simple, clear instructions and a friendly yet authoritative voice.

    The Kosher Baker is organized as a tutorial into three primary sections—Quick and Elegant Desserts, Two Step Desserts, and Multiple Step Desserts—allowing the busy home baker to choose a dessert based on both taste and time constraints.

    The first section presents the fundamentals of simple kosher baking in the form of everyday treats like Amaretto Cookies, Orange Tea Cake, and Apple Pastry.

    The next two sections teach increasingly more challenging desserts, from a Challah Beer Bread Pudding with Caramel Sauce to Chocolate Babka.

    A special fourth section includes chapters on baking Challah, Passover desserts, and no-sugar-added desserts.

    The Kosher Baker has something for everyone in the Jewish household for any occasion or holiday. It spills over with detailed information, including tips on storage, freezing, and thawing; tools; must-have ingredients; and tips and techniques.

    Anyone baking for those with special dietary needs such as food allergies or diabetic concerns will also find recipes to love in this comprehensive collection.

    It even includes recipes for nut- and gluten-free desserts, and vegan desserts.

    No Jewish home should be without this essential cookbook!

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  • 1,000 Jewish Recipes

    CIS Publishers

    1,000 Jewish Recipes

    $34.99

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    CIS Publishers

    1,000 Jewish Recipes

    $34.99

    A celebration of Jewish kosher cooking and tradition

    This expert cookbook offers all the recipes and information any cook needs to celebrate Passover, Rosh Hashanah, and many other Jewish holidays.

    1,000 Jewish Recipes includes instructions for maintaining a kosher kitchen, information on the delicious culinary heritage of Jewish cultures, and tempting and easy-to-follow recipes such as Three-Cheese Knishes and Old-Fashioned Roast Chicken.

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  • A Jewish Baker's Pastry Secrets

    CIS Publishers

    A Jewish Baker's Pastry Secrets

    $29.99

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    CIS Publishers

    A Jewish Baker's Pastry Secrets

    $29.99

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  • A Taste Of Challah

    Feldheim

    A Taste Of Challah

    $34.99

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    Feldheim

    A Taste Of Challah

    $34.99

    Who can resist the mouth-watering fragrance of freshly baked challah, wafting through a Jewish home?

    Yet, how many potential bakers are intimidated by the seemingly esoteric art of challah and bread baking?

    This book unlocks the secrets of challah baking, making delicious, perfect challos, breads, rolls, and other yeast-dough treats accessible to all.

    Beautiful photographs, inspiring stories, and easy-to-follow instructions make this a book to treasure-a gift that will enhance every kitchen.

    Aside from the heavenly taste and smell of home-made challah, it is a special mitzvah given to women and is a very fulfilling pursuit.

    This book will clue you in to this soul-satisfying mitzvah and transform you into the baker you never thought you could be!

    Includes an indispensable chapter on the Seven Steps to Amazing Challah-an in-depth, kitchen-tested guide to systematically achieve great results and avoid potential pitfalls, plus several illustrated braiding techniques to put finishing touches on your delectable masterpiece.

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  • A Taste Of Nostalgia

    Artscroll

    A Taste Of Nostalgia

    $24.99

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    Artscroll

    A Taste Of Nostalgia

    $24.99

    This exciting collection of nostalgic stories is written by the master of them all, Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.

    These poignant tales bring back memories of what it was like in the European shtetl over 100 years ago. They evoke a yearning for the warmth and simplicity of a lifestyle that we recall with deep emotion.

    Rabbi Twerski, with his inimitable ability to tug at our heartstrings, envisioned a book that was truly A Taste of Nostalgia.

    In keeping with this ideal, he has provided us with the authentic flavor of the Alte Heim, depicting all the landmarks of the Jewish year, beginning with Shabbos and including all Yamim Tovim and special occasions.

    To complement this spiritual treat, Judi Dick, who is not only a highly regarded editor but also an exemplary wife and mother, has utilized her culinary expertise to recreate the heimishe kitchen of long ago.

    More than 150 traditional recipes, masterfully adapted for today's balabuste, and including an extensive selection of Shabbos recipes, an expanded Pesach section, time-honored delicacies, and mouthwatering treats for the Yamim Tovim and special occasions, bring back the world of the shtetl.

    So immerse yourself in the wonderful tales and tastes of yesteryear.

    You will find yourself reminiscing about the way your grandmother, mother, aunt, or close neighbor made these delicacies - and now you too can fill your home with A Taste of Nostalgia.

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  • Alef Bet Cookie Cutters

    Rite Lite Ltd

    Alef Bet Cookie Cutters

    $8.99

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    Rite Lite Ltd

    Alef Bet Cookie Cutters

    $8.99

    Play with your food and learn with it too!

    Bake great tasting cookies

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  • Body and Soul: A Guide To Keeping Kosher

    Mikvah.org

    Body and Soul: A Guide To Keeping Kosher

    $6.99

    Body and Soul: Guide to Keeping Kosher.

    For over 3,300 years, Jewish people have been eating a diet that provides sustenance for the body and spiritual elevation for the soul - a kosher diet.

    While keeping kosher is in many ways easier than ever, the modern observer of the Jewish dietary laws faces many challenges unknown to our great-grandparents.

    Changes in both technology and commerce have brought about new questions that have to be answered, in the supermarkets as well as in the kitchen.

    Body and Soul: A Guide to Keeping Kosher was produced as an introduction to today's kosher issues.

    It addresses the questions of those considering a switch to keeping kosher.

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  • Celebrate Food Family Shabbos

    Feldheim

    Celebrate Food Family Shabbos

    $34.99

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    Feldheim

    Celebrate Food Family Shabbos

    $34.99

    One of the joys of Shabbos is that it comes 52 weeks a year — the fun is making it delicious every time!

    CELEBRATE will help you do just that, with more than 200 crowd-pleasing recipes that are easy enough for everyday, and special enough for Shabbos.

    You'll find tips for making meals ahead, freezing, re-warming, and ingredient substitutions for making almost every dish Passover perfect.

    Each week thousands of followers turn to author Elizabeth Kurtz's highly acclaimed website, GourmetKosherCooking.com, for their favorite kosher recipes. In CELEBRATE you will see why!

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  • Celebrating With The Butchers

    CIS Publishers

    Celebrating With The Butchers

    $28.95

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    CIS Publishers

    Celebrating With The Butchers

    $28.95

    Sharon Luries’s first book, Cooking with the Kosher Butcher’s Wife, became the trusted name in kosher cooking as every product used was certified kosher.

    Continuing in the same light, Celebrating with the Kosher Butcher’s Wife can best be described as ‘cooking with the kosher butcher’s wife all year round’.

    The Jewish calendar year has many significant festivals each with their own unique specialty dishes.

    Written in a fun, humorous style with personal stories, each chapter in Celebrating with the Kosher Butcher’s Wife highlights a different Jewish festival with a brief explanation. Featured festivals include Pesach (Passover), Shavuot, Sukkot, Rosh Hashanah, Purim, Chanukkah and Shabbat.

    Sharon gives a contemporary feel to traditional dishes with fun anecdotes, delicious recipes and stunning full-color photographs.

    Each chapter opener gives you stunning and innovative ideas for decorating and laying your own table, and is followed by a short introduction to the specific festival, before launching into an assortment of mouth-watering recipes for starters, main courses and desserts.

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  • Cheesecake for Shavuot

    Karben

    Cheesecake for Shavuot

    $8.95

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    Karben

    Cheesecake for Shavuot

    $8.95

    To celebrate Shavuot a Spring harvest festival children in Israel make cheesecake using flour they have ground from wheat they have grown in their school garden, fresh goat cheese from the friendly petting zoo goats, and fresh strawberries from the garden.

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  • Cook in Israel

    Gefen Books

    Cook in Israel

    $42.00

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    Gefen Books

    Cook in Israel

    $42.00

    Nutritionist, cooking instructor, and culinary tour guide Orly Ziv is pleased to announce the release of her first cookbook, Cook in Israel: Home Cooking Inspiration with Orly Ziv.

    Filled with 100 kosher, mostly vegetarian Israeli recipes accompanied by beautiful color photographs (including many step-by-step illustrations), the cookbook shows that healthy and delicious home cooking doesn't need to be time consuming or complicated.

    Drawing on her Jewish-Greek heritage and the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors of her Tel Aviv home, Orly focuses on fresh flavors and simple techniques that are as suitable for weeknight meals as they are for entertaining.

    Through her company, Cook in Israel, Orly welcomes people from around the world into her city and her home to get to know her culture through food and cooking.

    Now, this experience is available to anyone, anywhere through her cookbook.

    Winner of the 2013 Gourmand Award for Best First Cookbook - Israel.

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  • Cook, Pray, Eat Kosher

    Feldheim

    Cook, Pray, Eat Kosher

    $24.99

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    Feldheim

    Cook, Pray, Eat Kosher

    $24.99

    With over 90 delicious recipes, this heartfelt volume is more than just a cookbook; it is a spiritual exploration of Jewish life and its deep connections with food.

    Playing on the culturally diverse nature of her own marriage, the author weaves together the culinary delights of both Ashkenazi and Sepharadi heritages offering a full range of dishes for every palate.

    Included are original guides for how to prepare meals for and observe Shabbat and holidays, how to fulfill the woman's mitzvah of making and taking challah, and a profound reflection on the essential relationship between food and the Jewish soul.

    Cook, Pray, Eat Kosher is the newest essential ingredient for any Jewish kitchen.

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  • Countdown To The Seder

    Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch

    Countdown To The Seder

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    Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch

    Countdown To The Seder

    $13.95

    Detailed instructions and helpful tips on cleaning, cooking, and shopping for Passover are complemented by sections on the special customs relating to the holiday and the days preceding it.

    Innovative and coherent, the book features timetables and charts for keeping to a budget and getting through the various stages of preparation.

    Included are comprehensive shopping lists and checklists to help maintain focus and order.

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  • Dairy Made Easy

    Artscroll

    Dairy Made Easy

    $15.99

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    Artscroll

    Dairy Made Easy

    $15.99

    Delectable. Delicious. Dairy!

    Do you love cheese? Delight in pasta? Do you like creamy desserts? Are you looking for new, original, and creative dairy recipes?

    Here's the cookbook that will take your dairy life to a whole new level!

    Invite Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek - the bestselling authors of the "Made Easy" series - into your kitchen to take you on a dairy culinary adventure.

    Here you'll learn to customize your quiches and make restaurant-worthy pizzas.

    You can turn your home into a gourmet cafè when you're enjoying a Coffee Frappe and Chocolate Croissant Rolls (easier to make than you'd ever believe!). Bored of baked ziti for dinner on dairy night? How about a Hot Asian Mushroom Salad and Cajun Creamy Penne? And for dessert, let's try Peanut Butter Crème Brúlèe or - believe it! - The 180-Calorie (or Less) Cheesecake.

    As in all the "Made Easy" cookbooks, the recipes are triple-tested, with accessible ingredients and clear, fun-to-follow instructions. Dairy Made Easy also features a Cheese Guide and guides to making some recipes lighter or parve.

    It's time to go dairy and delicious!

    60 easy to make recipes
    Full-Color photo for each dish
    Cheese Guide
    Bonus Serving Ideas 
    Make It LIGHT section

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  • Dining In Again

    Judaica Press

    Dining In Again

    $31.95

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    Judaica Press

    Dining In Again

    $31.95

    Sample over 550 proven, delectable recipes that tempt your tastebuds ...

    All recipes include appropriate brachos!

    Yes, the creators of Dining In have done it again with their latest cookbook, Dining In Again!

    With over 550 tantalizing new dishes, this marvelous book is simply bursting with fresh ideas.

    You'll find yourself reaching for this cookbook again and again as you delight your family and friends with these mouthwatering recipes, which are sure to appeal to a wide spectrum of tastes and styles.

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  • Dining In Cookbook

    Judaica Press

    Dining In Cookbook

    $29.95

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    Judaica Press

    Dining In Cookbook

    $29.95

    From simple to splendid... enjoyed in your home!

    Indulge in Dining In, the new cookbook with a choice selection of delectable dishes, from classic to gourmet.

    Over 500 tasty and easy-to-prepare recipes conveniently featuring familiar ingredients include a tempting variety for the enthusiastic novice as well as the more sophisticated connoisseur.

    Dining In includes several special features:

    • Brachos: Each recipe identifies the appropriate bracha (blessing).
    • Quick reference icon guide: These symbols help quickly locate those recipes that best suit your needs with the following labels:
      • Traditional - time-honored Shabbos and holiday dishes, often with a twist
      • Quick & Easy - short preparation times or few ingredients
      • Healthful/Dietetic - low in calories or fat, include ingredients that provide essential nutrients or omit well-known allergens
      • Special/Simcha - perfect for entertaining and special occasions
      • Freezes Well - good for preparing ahead of time and freezing until needed, perfect for today's busy cook
    • Hints and tips: Handy food preparation, storage and nutrition tips, including substitutions and explanations of different cooking methods, make Dining In a comprehensive guide to culinary expertise.

    This cookbook is not only beautiful to look at, with mouthwatering color photos and a clear, easy-to-read format, but is highly practical as well, with a kitchen-friendly concealed spiral hardcover binding that enables it to lay open flat.

    Whether you're looking for a different twist on a traditional Jewish dish or a splendid new concoction, Dining In is just the kosher cookbook for you.

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  • Efrat Libfroind Entertains Cookbook

    Feldheim

    Efrat Libfroind Entertains Cookbook

    $29.99

    Efrat Librfoind is back with more spectacular recipes!

    In her second cookbook, Efrat Libfroind Entertains: Kosher Elegance at Home, Efrat has taken her culinary talents to a whole new level. Best of all, she's made it easy for you to do the same.

    Her stunning presentations are accompanied by detailed, step-by-step instructions and photographs that make creating professional looking dishes an achievable goal for everyone, from novice cook to chef.

    Efrat's recipes use readily available ingredients and include delicious variations, offering you endless possibilities for serving something special. No doubt you'll agree that this book is one of the best things that ever happened to your kitchen!

    About the author: Efrat Libfroind is an acclaimed chef and pastry chef, author of the best-selling Kosher Elegance: The Art of Cooking with Style, editor in chief of the kosher-food magazine Buffet, author of regular columns in leading international publications, and a sought after speaker in the United States and Israel on a wide variety of gastronomic topics.

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  • Encyclopedia Of Jewish Food

    CIS Publishers

    Encyclopedia Of Jewish Food

    $40.00

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    CIS Publishers

    Encyclopedia Of Jewish Food

    $40.00

    A comprehensive, A-to-Z guide to Jewish foods, recipes, and culinary traditions

    Food is more than just sustenance. It's a reflection of a community's history, culture, and values.

    From India to Israel to the United States and everywhere in between, Jewish food appears in many different forms and variations, but all related in its fulfillment of kosher laws, Jewish rituals, and holiday traditions.

    The Encyclopedia of Jewish Food explores both unique cultural culinary traditions as well as those that unite the Jewish people.

    Alphabetical entries—from Afikomen and Almond to Yom Kippur and Za'atar—cover ingredients, dishes, holidays, and food traditions that are significant to Jewish communities around the world

    This easy-to-use reference includes more than 650 entries, 300 recipes, plus illustrations and maps throughout

    Both a comprehensive resource and fascinating reading, this book is perfect for Jewish cooks, food enthusiasts, historians, and anyone interested in Jewish history or food

    The Encyclopedia of Jewish Food is an informative and eye-opening guide to the culinary heart and soul of the Jewish people.

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  • In Memory's Kitchen

    Jason Aronson Inc

    In Memory's Kitchen

    $25.00

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    Jason Aronson Inc

    In Memory's Kitchen

    $25.00

    New with minimal shelfwear.

    Translated by Bianca Steiner Brown.

    This is a collection of recipes and anecdotes by the women of the Theresienstadt concentration camp, Poland, who talked about their traditional recipes which are given in German and English.

    Period photographs illustrate the biographies and history.

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  • Jewish Cooking For Dummies

    Jonathon David Co

    Jewish Cooking For Dummies

    $19.99

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    Jonathon David Co

    Jewish Cooking For Dummies

    $19.99

    Preparing a Passover seder for twenty?

    Or a Purim feast for six?

    Or making a kosher meal to impress the in-laws?

    Whether it’s grand-scale celebrating or a cozy simple at-home meal, cooking traditional Jewish fare is one of life’s great joys.

    Yet preparing all those favorites you grew up with—like challah, hamantaschen, a roast leg of lamb drizzled in herbs—delicious enough to please a roomful of hungry guests as well as fulfill holiday expectations can be pretty intimidating.

    Yet it doesn’t have to be.

    With Jewish Cooking For Dummies, you’ll discover the fabulous combinations of tastes and ingredients essential to Jewish cuisine, the significance of certain foods (such as honey and carrots), the ins and outs of keeping kosher, how to shop and select foods, and, most of all, how a rich and ancient heritage is kept alive miraculously at every meal.

    Plus, you’ll see how simple and thoroughly engrossing mastering Jewish cooking can be.

    This down-to-earth guide shows you how to:

    • Stock your pantry and where to shop—including surprising sources of kosher food
    • Select spices, herbs, and condiments—including bottled salsa, Israeli style
    • Become acquainted with the beans, pastas and grains, vegetables, dairy foods, and meats used in traditional recipes
    • Maximize your efficiency when cleaning, slicing, and preparing vegetables

    Not only will you explore the roots of Jewish cuisine, you’ll get a handle on the difference between the Ashkenazic and Sephardic cultures (and how the egg noodle and pita bread are just one glorious manifestation of their varying cuisines!). 

    And with over 100 recipes to choose from, you’ll experience the rich and delicious world of the Jewish dining table, holiday by holiday:

    • Rosh Hashanah—including Cinnamon Carrot Coins and Sweet Beet Salad with Orange
    • Hanukkah—including Spicy Vegetable Latkes and Homemade Cinnamon Applesauce
    • Passover—including My Mother’s Fluffy Matzo Balls, Garlic Roast Lamb with Potatoes, and Easy Almond Macaroons
    With over 100 delicious recipes, plus sixteen pages of color photos, a summary cheat-sheet of need-to-know info, black-and-white how-to illustrations, and humorous cartoons, Jewish Cooking For Dummies lets you experience the warmth and wisdom of the Jewish table.
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  • Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes

    CIS Publishers

    Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes

    $22.95

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    CIS Publishers

    Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes

    $22.95

    An inspiring collection of kosher recipes-from the simple to the sublime-all created with the slow cooker

    In Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes, the encore to her classic book, Jewish Cooking for All Seasons, Laura Frankel, a respected kosher chef and mother of three teenagers, shares more than 120 easy, delicious recipes for everyday and holiday meals-- all conveniently prepared in the slow cooker-a staple of Sabbath cooking which Frankel affectionately calls her "Shabbat miracle machine."

    In this delicious collection, you'll find:

    • A wonderful range of dishes, from the traditional Sabbath Cholent (a hearty beef and potato stew) and Dafina (the savory Moroccan answer to cholent), as well as Falling-Off-the-Bone Short Ribs, Vegetarian Chili, Spicy Chicken Meatballs, Olive Oil Poached Halibut, Garlicky Pot Roast, Cassoulet, Maple-Pecan Bread Pudding, and Key Lime Cheesecake
    • Frankel's signature blending of flavor, convenience, and world-spanning influences
    • A tantalizing collection of mouth-watering recipes that you can make for any meal, from appetizers and soups to main dishes, sides, and even desserts and breakfast

    Taking familiar favorites, international specialties, and holiday classics to a whole new level, Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes is for every home cook-kosher or not-longing for time-saving, family-pleasing slow cooker meals using the freshest, high-quality ingredients available in your local supermarket and food community.

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  • Joy Of Kosher

    Feldheim

    Joy Of Kosher

    $29.99

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    Feldheim

    Joy Of Kosher

    $29.99

    In her newest cookbook, she shares more than 200 ideas for fast, fresh family-friendly recipes, each with tips on how to dress them up for entertaining or dress them down for everyday meals.

    Accompanied by gorgeous full-color photos, Joy of Kosher includes original ideas for authentically kosher, foolproof, flexible recipes for scrumptious, nutritious, and easy dishes -all with no slaving over a hot stove.

    Enjoy such delectable dishes as Crystal Clear Chicken Soup with Julienned Vegetables and Angel Hair (Dress It Down: Chicken Noodle Alphabet Soup), Garlic Honey Brisket (Dress It Down: Honey Brisket Pita Pockets), Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese Dress It Down: Mac and Cheese Muffin Cups, and Gooey Chocolate Cherry Cake -Dress It Up Red Wine Chocolate Cherry Heart Cake.

    Plus, Jamie offers a whole chapter on the art of making challah, 10 sweet and savory recipes, holiday menus, plus a special Passover section.

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  • Kosher By Design

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    Kosher By Design

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    Kosher By Design

    $35.99

    In this dazzling new cookbook, Susie Fishbein helps you prepare meals that look like you've spent hours in the kitchen, without the fuss.

    "I want the cook to feel like I'm standing in the kitchen, guiding every step," says Susie. "Cooking tips, presentation ideas and practical, down-to-earth instructions make all the difference."

     Never before has a kosher cookbook become an international bestseller in less than two weeks! Now it's in its third large printing, and the excited buzz surrounding Kosher By Design continues to build.

    Thousands of people have tried the recipes, marveled at the stunning table decor and have told their friends "You must buy this one!"

    This cookbook has everything: spectacular photographs, tantalizing recipes, cutting-edge wine lists, floral arrangements and holiday decor.

    Susie Fishbein's cooking tips and down-to-earth instructions make every cook feel like the author is standing in the kitchen, guiding the way to delectable cuisine and elegant entertaining.

     304 pages  7-1/4" x 9-1/4" page size

    More than 250 luscious recipes

    120 stunning color photographs

    Holiday menus with complementary wine lists of the newest Kosher wines

    Tips on food preparation, table decorations, floral arrangements and more

    Innovative ideas for relaxed, gracious at-home entertaining

    Triple-tested recipes ensure accuracy, ease of preparation and elegant presentation

    Special index indicating recipes appropriate for Passover

    Comprehensive index, easy cross-referencing

     

    The reviews are in!  Read what's being written about Kosher By Design

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  • Kosher By Design Lightens Up

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    Kosher By Design Lightens Up

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    Kosher By Design Lightens Up

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    This sixth volume in Susie Fishbein's celebrated Kosher by Design cookbook series was crafted with your good health in mind! Kosher by Design Lightens Up is a gorgeous culinary guide, bursting with easy-to-do ideas for eating and feeling better.

    This cookbook teaches healthy cooking and food combining techniques, with special commentary by certified nutritional expert Bonnie Taub-Dix, spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association 

    Susie says, "These nutritious recipes are easy to integrate into your everyday menus. Anyone looking to migrate into a better way of eating and living will find delicious options here."

    Featuring:

    • Over 145 brand new recipes
    • Over 160 full color photos
    • Over 320 pages
    • Creative entertaining ideas, including oil olive tasting, a party spritzer station and more!
    • Simple, healthy approaches to: cooking oils, sweeteners, whole grains, superfoods, smarter shopping, and more efficient kitchen gadgets.
    • Comprehensive cross-reference index
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  • Kosher By Design Slipcase Set

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    Kosher By Design Slipcase Set

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    Kosher By Design Slipcase Set

    $139.99

    Here's something guaranteed to put the "wow" back into gift-giving: five of Susie Fishbein's best-selling cookbooks, in a beautifully designed slipcase.

    Susie Fishbein created a stunning, and tasty, revolution in kosher cooking, and hundreds of thousands have enjoyed the beauty and elegance of her Kosher by Design cookbooks — and her terrific recipes!

    Now her five bestselling cookbooks are available as one incredible gift, perfect for weddings, engagements, housewarmings, and all occasions!

    The set includes:
    Kosher by Design
    Kosher by Design Entertains
    Kosher by Design: Short on Time
    Kosher by Design Lightens Up
    Kosher by Design Cooking Coach

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  • Kosher by Design: Brings it Home

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    Kosher by Design: Brings it Home

    $34.99

    Picture-perfect food inspired by my travels
    Susie Fishbein
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  • Kosher Elegance

    Feldheim

    Kosher Elegance

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    Feldheim

    Kosher Elegance

    $39.99

    Most home cooks look at the beautifully presented foods in magazines and wonder how they can replicate the elegant look. Israeli chef Efrat Libfroind makes it easy.

    Her cookbook, Kosher Elegance: The Art of Cooking with Style, provides detailed instructions and handy tips to guide both novice and experienced cooks through the preparation of a wide variety of dishes.

    A full-page color photograph of the finished dish accompanies each recipe. The chapters are organized by theme rather than by type of dish.

    • “Sophistication” includes fancy dishes such as pistachio liver pate with caramelized onions. “Occasions” covers recipes for Shabbat and holidays.
    • “Brunch” contains dairy dishes for breakfast, lunch, and informal gatherings.
    • “Simplicity” has quick recipes
    • “Temptation” and “Chocolate” provide desserts.

    With dishes such as lettuce, sweet potato and apple salad; eggplant roll-ups with cashew, cheese, and herb filling; and pomegranate-topped chocolate cups, any kosher cook will be able to prepare a well-presented, delicious, elegant meal.

    This book would make a lovely wedding present.

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  • Matza 101 Cookbook

    Judaica Press

    Matza 101 Cookbook

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    Matza 101 Cookbook

    $21.99

    Matza 101, an Innovative cookbook containing creative recipes simply made with Matza by Jenny Kdoshim and Debbie Bevans.

    A spiral hardcover cookbook.

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  • Mazel Tov Y'all

    Jonathon David Co

    Mazel Tov Y'all

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    Jonathon David Co

    Mazel Tov Y'all

    $14.95

    Here are the warm, loving Jewish mothers preparing for their many different kinds of holidays and celebrations with some of the finest in baked goods that ever popped out of an oven.

    New and revised

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  • More Shabbos In My Soul

    Feldheim

    More Shabbos In My Soul

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    More Shabbos In My Soul

    $25.99

    What a pleasure to learn that tasting Shabbos foods on erev Shabbos is actually a mitzvah!

    In his new book, More Shabbos in My Soul, Rabbi Boruch Leff once again turns the ordinary into extraordinary by reminding us how to infuse passion into our weekly preparations and observance of Shabbos.

    From preparing the home and family in honor of Shabbos, to the tremendous benefits of invigorating Shabbos through Torah learning and true oneg Shabos, Rabbi Leff clearly illustrates the difference between simply observing Shabbos and truly living it.

    His lucid and entertaining writing style makes it a pleasure to learn how to empower ourselves each week via this holy day.

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  • Mother Daughter Jewish Cooking

    Jonathon David Co

    Mother Daughter Jewish Cooking

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    Jonathon David Co

    Mother Daughter Jewish Cooking

    $26.00

    Two generations of Jewish women, mother and daughter, have come together to create this wonderful collection of recipes for cooks young and old.

    The mother, Evelyn Rose, offers traditional Jewish recipes, just the way your mother and grandmother used to make them.

    For more contemporary, bolder, and lighter tastes, her daughter, Judi, offers updated and all-new dishes.

    For example, the chapters on soups, starters, and salads include a recipe for traditional Chopped Liver (though it's made with less fat), as well as Chicken Liver Pate with Pears and a Citrus and Red Currant Sauce, a totally contemporary hors d'oeuvre made with a fruit citrus-scented sauce.

    Try the beautiful, ruby-colored Traditional Beet Borscht for that old-world taste, or you might enjoy the satisfying and sophisticated Cream of Watercress Soup with a Toasted Walnut Garnish, which can be served hot or chilled.

    For the Kosher home, there are plenty of recipes for dairy meals, such as a traditional Onion Tarte from Alsace, or the exquisite and aromatic Provençal Sun-dried Tomato, Olive, and Basil Tarte.

    Many of the pasta dishes can be adapted to dairy or meat meals, such as Auntie Mary's Savory Noodles and Noodles in Sesame Sauce, Hong Kong Style, both of which can be prepared with chicken or vegetable stock.

    There's a bounty of meat recipes as well, from universal Eastern European favorites like Beef-Filled Cabbage Leaves in a Sweet-and-Sour Sauce to South African Curried Beef Gratin, a spiced and slightly sweet example of how much fun you can have with Kosher cooking.

    Succulent Roast Chicken with a Lemon and Herb Stuffing is comfort food at its best, and Chicken and Mushroom Puff is a delicious way to use up leftover chicken and gravy, or even leftover Thanksgiving turkey.

    If it sounds like there are too many delicious recipes to choose from, Judi and Evelyn have included menus for every holiday -- Passover, Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, Hanukkah, and more.

    For each Jewish holiday, there is a discussion of the traditions and their cultural significance, such as why, during Purim, we eat all kinds of baked and fried sweet things using chickpeas, poppy or sesame seeds (to represent golden coins), and triangular pastries (Haman's pockets).

    Finish your meal with desserts like Armenian Apricot Mousse with Pistachios, Auntie Annie's Cinnamon Balls, or Great Grandma's Feather-Light Lemon Cookies, and start creating a few traditions of your own.

    Cooking is as much about family and friends as it is about good food, and that's just the spirit conveyed here.

    Whether you've been trying to remember the recipe for a favorite dish from your childhood or you want to keep a Kosher kitchen but are looking for some exciting new flavors, this is the book for you.

    Jewish people of all ages are returning to their roots and craving the long-lost recipes of generations past.

    What Jewish person doesn't remember his or her grandmother's special recipe for matzoh ball soup or his or her aunt's recipe for brisket, and want to share those comforting recipes with the family?

    And what Jewish cook wouldn't want to expand their repertoire with some fresher, lighter, more contemporary versions of their favorite family recipes?

    Mother and Daughter Jewish Cooking offers recipes that embrace traditional Jewish cooking as well as innovations and world cuisines.

    Evelyn Rose, the mother, relates classic Jewish recipes, prepared the old-fashioned way and perfect for holidays and special occasions or those sentimental moods.

    Feeling more adventurous? Evelyn's daughter, Judi, offers updated classics and all new Jewish-style recipes that incorporate a wide range of flavors.

    Mother and Daughter Jewish Cooking is a book that can be shared across the generations.

    It is a perfect gift for friends and family at holiday times as well as an everyday cookbook, reached for night after night.Jewish people of all ages are returning to their roots and craving the long-lost recipes of generations past.

    What Jewish person doesn't remember his or her grandmother's special recipe for matzoh ball soup or his or her aunt's recipe for brisket, and want to share those comforting recipes with the family?

    And what Jewish cook wouldn't want to expand their repertoire with some fresher, lighter, more contemporary versions of their favorite family recipes?

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  • Not By Food Alone

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    Not By Food Alone

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    Not By Food Alone

    $36.00

    Not By Food Alone is a tasteful, moving and unique cookbook, with recipes, stories and beautiful photos of the family-style Sabbath meals held by the Shanti House Association.

    The book was created in order to convey the powerful, compelling and familial experience of the Sabbath meals, meals that, with flavors and love, embrace homeless youths that despite the hardships they face have chosen life.

    This is a book whose goal it to be part of the daily support for the thousands of youths that reach our homes every year.

    The book is composed of 54 double spreads corresponding to the number of Sabbaths in a year.

    Alongside recipes by the finest chefs in Israel, Shanti House volunteers and Mariuma, the book includes tales that were carefully collected from Israel and throughout the world, and have an educational message and moral.

    32 of Israel's leading chefs, as well as the photographers that produced the book all volunteered to work on the book for the benefit of Shanti House children.

    Shanti House began with weekly Kabalat Shabbats that were open to everyone who did not have a place to eat a warm, family Sabbath meal, and from Shabbat to Shabbat Shanti House grew and developed.

    This book grew out of the unique magic of these meals.

    All the revenues from the sale of the book are transferred in full to Shanti House Association, for the purpose of saving tens of thousands of youths at risk who, by coming to Shanti House, choose life.

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  • Gefilte Manifesto Cookbook

    Ingram Publisher Services

    Gefilte Manifesto Cookbook

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    Ingram Publisher Services

    Gefilte Manifesto Cookbook

    $35.00

    New recipes for Old World Jewish Foods, by Jeffrey Yoskowitz and Liz Alpern, published by Flatiron Books.
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