Money, the Bottom Line: A Concise Halachic Handbook on Money Matters for Everyone
If desserts have a bible, this is it! Imagine the enticing scent of fresh-baked cookies, cakes, and pastries wafting from your very own kitchen, to the delight of your family and friends. It's not just in your imagination any more, thanks to this sensational cookbook. The author, a baker par excellence, imparts her tried-and-true recipes for a variety of baked goods that will enhance your Shabbos, Yom tov, and even everyday menus. From traditional favorites to elegant, eye-catching treats, this book is filled to the brim with scrumptious delights. With clear, easy-to-follow instructions, this volume is ideal ? for both kitchen novice and veteran. Discover the Delights of the Jewish Kitchen, and rediscover the delight of putting smiles on the faces of family, friends, and guests.
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15 minutes 9x13-inch baking pan almonds apples baking parchment batter beat egg beat the egg beaten egg whites cake freezes cake roll cherries chocolate chocolate glaze cinnamon coconut cornstarch crescents crumbs cubed cup salted margarine cup sugar cup unsalted cup water cups flour egg yolks evenly farmer cheese finely grated rind flavoring flour and baking Gently fold hamentashen honey ingredients Insert a toothpick instant coffee jelly-roll Knead layer Layered Cake lightly browned Lightly flour Lightly grease liqueur nuts ounces pan with baking poppy seed powdered sugar preheated 350°F Preparing the dough Preparing the filling pudding mix puff pastry QP Bake QP Line saucepan separate bowl Sift flour slices smooth Sponge Cake Spread Sprinkle strudel sugar 2 tablespoons syrup tablespoons cocoa tablespoons sugar tasty teaspoons baking powder toothpick to check torte tray vanilla extract walnuts whipping cream whites until stiff yeast yeast dough yolk mixture