The Jewish Cook Book

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LULU Press, 2010 - Cooking - 472 pages
This early work is a fascinating read for kosher cooks, containing two thousand recipes that conform to Jewish dietary laws followed by a menue section, with menus for balanced every day and company meals, Passover menus, and suggestions for party menus. Contents Include: Rules for Kashering; Handy Hints; Appetizers and Canapes; Sandwiches; Soups; Garnishes and Dumplings for Soup; Fish; Sauces for Fish and Vegetables; Sauces for Meat; Frying; Entrees; Meats; Poultry; Stuffing for Meat and Poultry; Vegetables; Salads; Noodles and Macaroni; Cereals; Eggs; Cheese; Bread; Pancakes, Fritters and Waffles; Coffee Cakes; Cakes; Cake Frostings and Fillings; Tortes; Cookies; Pies and Pastry; Old-Fashioned Puddings; Desserts; Ice Box Cakes; Steamed Puddings; Vegetable Gelatine Puddings; Frozen Desserts; Pudding Sauces; Candies; Beverages; Canned Fruits; Canned Vegetables; Jellies, Jams and Preserves; Brandied Fruits; Pickles and Relishes; Passover Dishes; Passover Menus; and Menus. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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