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Jewish Cookery Book by Esther Levy

Title Jewish Cookery Book
Author Esther Levy
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
Release 2012-10-16
Category Cooking
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1449423159
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This marvelous culinary historical volume provides housekeeping and household-management advice as well as daily menu suggestions. Originally published in 1871, it was written to help new immigrants adapt to life in the New World while maintaining their religious heritage; and it even includes a Jewish calendar as well as recipes for home doctoring. Levy's cookbook follows Jewish law regarding cooking for the Sabbath, Passover, and other Jewish holidays; and it provides great detail about how to organize the household, and what steps to follow in conducting Jewish activities. The medicinal recipe section provides recipes for various ailments as well as cautions for visiting the sick. The book offers practical, down-to-earth advice for American-born Jews who did not have the benefit of a traditional Jewish education.

Jewish Cookery Book by Esther Levy

Title Jewish Cookery Book
Author Esther Levy
Publisher Applewood Books
Release 2007-10-03
Category Cooking
Total Pages 204
ISBN 1557091862
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This culinary historical volume provides housekeeping and household-management advice as well as daily menu suggestions. Originally published in 1871, it was written to help new immigrants adapt to life in the New World while maintaining their religious heritage; and it even includes a Jewish calendar as well as recipes for home doctoring. Levy's cookbook follows Jewish law regarding cooking for the Sabbath, Passover, and other Jewish holidays; and it provides great detail about how to organize the household, and what steps to follow in conducting Jewish activities. The medicinal recipe section provides recipes for various ailments as well as cautions for visiting the sick.

Title The First Jewish American Cookbook
Author Esther Levy
Publisher Courier Dover Publications
Release 2015-05-05
Category Cooking
Total Pages 208
ISBN 0486804542
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A remarkable culinary and historical document that offers housekeeping and domestic management advice, as well as daily menu suggestions, a Jewish calendar, and a selection of medical and household recipes. Delicious and economical, the recipes feature ingredients readily available to modern cooks, with instructions that are abundantly clear.

Title The New York Times Jewish Cookbook
Author Linda Amster
Publisher Macmillan
Release 2003-09-15
Category Cooking
Total Pages 614
ISBN 0312290934
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A collection of nearly eight hundred recipes features dishes from around the world, including traditional favorites and modern variations of Jewish cuisine.

Jewish Cookery Book by H. Brooke

Title Jewish Cookery Book
Author H. Brooke
Publisher
Release 19??
Category Cooking, Jewish
Total Pages 46
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Lowfat Jewish Vegetarian Cookbook
Author Debra Wasserman
Publisher The Vegetarian Resource Group
Release 1994
Category Cooking
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780931411120
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Jewish people throughout the world have a strong tradition of preparing healthy, vegetarian meals. Now they can enjoy over 150 delicious recipes that are both vegan and parve with this original and informative cookbook. Readers can now feast on Romanian apricot dumplings, North African barley pudding, pumpernickel and Russian flat bread, sweet fruit kugel, Czechoslovakian noodles with poppy seeds, Russian blini and more with the help of Debra Wasserman's innovative and inspiring collection of recipes.

The German Jewish Cookbook by Gabrielle Rossmer Gropman

Title The German Jewish Cookbook
Author Gabrielle Rossmer Gropman
Publisher Brandeis University Press
Release 2017-09-05
Category Cooking
Total Pages 272
ISBN 1512601152
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This cookbook features recipes for German-Jewish cuisine as it existed in Germany prior to World War II, and as refugees later adapted it in the United States and elsewhere. Because these dishes differ from more familiar Jewish food, they will be a discovery for many people. With a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients, this indispensable collection of recipes includes numerous soups, both chilled and hot; vegetable dishes; meats, poultry, and fish; fruit desserts; cakes; and the German version of challah, Berches. These elegant and mostly easy-to-make recipes range from light summery fare to hearty winter foods. The Gropmans-a mother-daughter author pair-have honored the original recipes Gabrielle learned after arriving as a baby in Washington Heights from Germany in 1939, while updating their format to reflect contemporary standards of recipe writing. Six recipe chapters offer easy-to-follow instructions for weekday meals, Shabbos and holiday meals, sausage and cold cuts, vegetables, coffee and cake, and core recipes basic to the preparation of German-Jewish cuisine. Some of these recipes come from friends and family of the authors; others have been culled from interviews conducted by the authors, prewar German-Jewish cookbooks, nineteenth-century American cookbooks, community cookbooks, memoirs, or historical and archival material. The introduction explains the basics of Jewish diet (kosher law). The historical chapter that follows sets the stage by describing Jewish social customs in Germany and then offering a look at life in the vibrant _migr_ community of Washington Heights in New York City in the 1940s and 1950s. Vividly illustrated with more than fifty drawings by Megan Piontkowski and photographs by Sonya Gropman that show the cooking process as well as the delicious finished dishes, this cookbook will appeal to readers curious about ethnic cooking and how it has evolved, and to anyone interested in exploring delicious new recipes.

The Gourmet Jewish Cookbook by Denise Phillips

Title The Gourmet Jewish Cookbook
Author Denise Phillips
Publisher Macmillan
Release 2014-08-26
Category Cooking
Total Pages 272
ISBN 1466846070
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

From modern spins on classics, like Schnitzel Noodle Stir Fry and Matza Granola, to make-ahead meals, like Passover Beef Lasagna, to sophisticated dishes, like Veal Chops with Mushroom Sauce, this cookbook covers it all. Suited both for home chefs looking to introduce new foods into their repertoire as well as casual cooks searching for that perfect dinner party recipe to wow their guests, The Gourmet Jewish Cookbook is the ideal source for modern, gourmet twists on classic recipes. In addition, each recipe includes a brief overview of the background and rich history of Jewish cuisine and illustrates how kosher cooking is the first example of "fusion,"as it melds local foods of the countries where Jews have lived with the dietary laws that Jews observe. Whether for entertaining with style, cooking for the family or providing the traditional dishes for the Jewish festivals, this book will prove indispensable for Jewish and non-Jewish chefs everywhere.

Jewish Cookery Book by Esther Levy

Title Jewish Cookery Book
Author Esther Levy
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC
Release 2012-10-16
Category Cooking
Total Pages 201
ISBN 9781449431303
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This marvelous culinary historical volume provides housekeeping and household-management advice as well as daily menu suggestions. Originally published in 1871, it was written to help new immigrants adapt to life in the New World while maintaining their religious heritage; and it even includes a Jewish calendar as well as recipes for home doctoring. Levy’s cookbook follows Jewish law regarding cooking for the Sabbath, Passover, and other Jewish holidays; and it provides great detail about how to organize the household, and what steps to follow in conducting Jewish activities. The medicinal recipe section provides recipes for various ailments as well as cautions for visiting the sick. The book offers practical, down-to-earth advice for American-born Jews who did not have the benefit of a traditional Jewish education. This facsimile edition of Esther Levy's Jewish Cookery Book was reproduced by permission from the volume in the collection of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1812 by Isaiah Thomas, a Revolutionary War patriot and successful printer and publisher, the Society is a research library documenting the life of Americans from the colonial era through 1876. The Society collects, preserves, and makes available as complete a record as possible of the printed materials from the early American experience. The cookbook collection includes approximately 1,100 volumes.

National Cookery Book by Elizabeth Duane Gillespie

Title National Cookery Book
Author Elizabeth Duane Gillespie
Publisher Applewood Books
Release 2005-02-28
Category Cooking
Total Pages 375
ISBN 1557095698
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The first all-American cookbook, The National Cookery Book was compiled for America's Centennial celebration in 1876 in Philadelphia. The Women's Centennial Executive Committee, chaired by Benjamin Franklin's great granddaughter, sent an invitation to women throughout the United States to contribute recipes: of the 950 accepted recipes many were associated with specific states or territories.