Hot Mamalah: The Ultimate Guide for Every Woman of the Tribe

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Oct 2, 2012 - Humor - 184 pages
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Hot Mamalah: The Ultimate Guide for Every Woman of the Tribe -- the much anticipated companion to the bestselling NationalJewish Book Award Finalist Cool Jew: The Ultimate Guide for Every Member of the Tribe -- celebrates the strengths, idiosyncrasies, challenges, and triumphs of Jewish women. This unprecedented “ABCs of She” spoofs a four-course meal, serving up 250 irresistibly delicious pages of humorous essays, entertaining recipes, and adorable original illustrations, keeping you laughing from cocktails to dessert. 

Hot Mamalah is a start-to-finish celebration of the strengths, challenges, and triumphs of Jewish women—the good, the great, the PMSy, and the menopausal! This “ABC’s of She” dishes up a delicious smorgasbord of everything whole-y and holy feminine for having fun and having chutzpah, with humorous essays, adorable illustrations, how-to’s and more. From cocktails to cupcakes, Purim costumes to bar aliases, Hot Mamalah whets an appetite for getting the most out of life, love, and your closet. Hot Mamalah is the much-anticipated companion to the hilarious 21st century Jewish catalog, Cool Jew.

 

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Contents

A Minyan ofWays You Know
5
Alternalahs
12
NeW BeginningS
35
Mixology
50
GeGenealogy
56
Wardrobe
62
The Bargainator
68
Bread ofAffliction
86
You Know Youre
98
an affaiR toREmembeR
115
Mixology
123
Personality by Panty 129 Always a Bride
130
Sharper Image
136
Topless Cheesecake
160
You Know Youre
166
Copyright

Insanity
92

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Award-winning journalist Lisa Alcalay Klug has reported for the New York Times, Forward, Jerusalem Post, Associated Press, JTA, Los Angeles Times and Israel Broadcast Authority TV, among many other outlets. Her bestselling book, Cool Jew: The Ultimate Guide for Every Member of the Tribe, was a National Jewish Book Awards Finalist. A humorist, slam poet, and popular public speaker, Lisa has presented at more than 100 venues throughout North America, Europe and Israel.

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