International Cooking for the Kosher Home

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Jonathan David Pub, Nov 1, 1990 - Cooking - 360 pages
The author of Chinese Kosher Cooking has carefully chosen the tastiest and most appealing dishes from international cuisines, and adapted them for the kosher home while still preserving their authenticity. Dishes from France, Spain, Mexico, Russia, Hungary, and other countries are represented. Highly recommended.--Publishers Weekly.

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Goldberg, author of Chinese Kosher Cooking , now tackles global cuisine, and does an admirable job. In sections on Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific Islands, and the Americas, she includes ... Read full review


Appetizers and Soups
Condiments and Sauces
Side Dishes
The Middle Eost
Asia ond the Pacific Islands

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About the author (1990)

Upon graduation from the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University in 1961, Betty S. Goldbergs fervent interest in cooking progressed from extensive entertaining at home to planning and executing Chinese banquets for as many as one hundred twenty people. Before long she was teaching classes in Jewish, Mexican, and Chinese cooking.

Following the publication of the first edition of her popular Chinese Kosher Cooking in 1984, she wrote International Cooking for the Kosher Home, continuing the process she initiated with great successnamely, converting nonkosher recipes into splendid kosher dishes. Drawing on her memories of growing up in New York City and years of preparing both Ashkenazic and Sephardic dishes, she subsequently authored Traditional Jewish Cooking. Bettys weekly food column in The Westside Shopper was seen by more than 25,000 readers, and her monthly Kosherfinder recipes received wide attention on the Internet.

Betty S. Goldberg resides with her husband in Woodbridge, Connecticut. In addition to her passion for cooking, she enjoys theater, traveling, gardening, and cooking with her seven grandchildren.

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