Kosher Cuisine: Gourmet Recipes for the Modern Home

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SP Books, 1988 - Cooking - 319 pages
Kosher Cuisine, the first cookbook of its kind, is a collection of today's finest gourmet recipes adapted to conform with Kosher practices. Here are 250 delicious, easy-to-follow recipes that will open new worlds of cooking to all interested in being innovative while observing the Jewish dietary laws.
 

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Contents

COCKTAIL FOOD AND FIRST COURSE Meat
3
Dairy
27
Pareve
51
Meat
61
Dairy
73
Pareve
78
POULTRY
83
MEAT
105
Pareve
167
CAKES AND COOKIES
179
Dairy
181
Pareve
206
DESSERTS Dairy
225
Pareve
233
PASTRIES AND BREADS
244
Dairy
261

FISH Dairy
121
Pareve
131
VEGETABLES
133
Dairy
141
Pareve
144
PASTA AND GRAINS Dairy
153
Pareve 258
154
Friday Night
269
Rosh Hashanah
285
Hanukkah
291
Index
311
Dairy 243
316
Pareve 249
317
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About the author (1988)

Helen Nash was born in Cracow, Poland, and comes from an old rabbinical family. She studied with such famous cooks as Michael Field and Lydie Marshall. She published Helen Nash's Kosher Kitchen in 1988, has hosted a number of radio shows, and has also done extensive cooking demonstrations. Helen Nash lives in New York City with her husband, Jack.

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