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- Allergy Free At Last!, by Leiba Bibla.
A delectable collection of kosher, Yeast-Free, Soy-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free, Gluten-Free, and Peanut-Free recipes for everyday meals and Yom Tov.
- Amazing Passover Desserts, by Penny Wantuck Eisenberg.
A mouth-watering selection of easy to prepare, Kosher for Passover, desserts that will delight every member of your family and which will enliven not only your next Seder, but any meal throughout the year!
- The Bais Yaakov Cookbook, Edited by Batsheva Weinstein.
200 Original Recipes to Uplift and Enhance Your Shabbos, Yom Tov, and Everyday Table. Includes Halachic Guidelines, a history of the Bais Yaakov movement, and much more...
- The Book of New Israeli Food, by Janna Gur.
Take a culinary journey through the new Israeli cuisine in this eye-popping, coffee-table sized cookbook filled with tantalizing photographs from Israel and featuring images of Israeli food and culture.
- Crafting Jewish, by Rivky Koenig.
Fun Holiday Crafts and Party Ideas for the Whole Family - from homemade cakes and cookies to costumes, greeting cards, decoupaged dishes, flags, jewelry, holiday accessories, and more.
- ESRA's Soups & Salads, edited by Meira Applebaum, et.al.
More than 200 mouth-watering recipes compiled by the English Speaking Residents Association in Israel. Run completely by volunteers, this group manages a host of community action and welfare programs.
- From Lokshen to Lo Mein -
The Jewish Love Affair with Chinese Food, By Donald Siegel.
Kosher Chinese Cookbook with recipes to more than 90 authentic Chinese dishes. Also, an overview on Chinese cooking techniques and the Jewish - Chinese cultural connection.
- Joan Nathan's Jewish Holiday Cookbook, by Joan Nathan.
Nathan's famous cookbooks, The Jewish Holiday Baker and The Jewish Holiday Kitchen have been combined, and completely revised and updated with a selection of new recipes to create a new, holiday cookbook.
- Kosher by Design, by Susie Fishbein.
Picture-Perfect Food for the Holidays and Every Day. This is the first book in the best-selling Kosher by Design series of cookbooks, and it features more than 250 recipes that will enhance any holiday celebration or which can be used for everyday fare.
- Kosher by Design: Cooking Coach, by Susie Fishbein.
Part cookbook, part instructional guidebook, this new addition to the Kosher by Design series includes 120 new recipes along with step by step instructions on just about everything from correctly using a knife to learning a variety of essential cooking techniques.
- Kosher by Design: Entertains, by Susie Fishbein.
This addition to the Kosher by Design series, features not only 250 brand-new kosher recipes, but it also offers detailed guidance on hosting nine different types of parties, from engagement and anniversary parties to outdoor entertaining and buffets.
- Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen, by Susie Fishbein.
A collection of 80 kid-friendly, kosher recipes that will have your kids eager to learn how to cook and to help out in the kitchen.
- Kosher by Design: Short on Time, by Susie Fishbein.
140 brand new, gourmet-styled quick and easy to prepare Kosher recipes from the author of the Kosher by Design series.
- Kosher By Design: Teens and 20-Somethings, by Susie Fishbein.
100 amazing recipes that are sure to please you, the teens, and 20-somethings in your life, and which will encourage them to cook for themselves, rather than waiting for you or calling for take-out! This is another outstanding addition to the Kosher by Design cookbook series!
- Kosher Elegance: The Art of Cooking with Style, by Efrat Libfroind.
Flip through the pages of this sensational cookbook and you'll encounter an incredible variety of stunning dishes. Made from simple, classic ingredients, these recipes will revolutionize your dinner presentations and upgrade any meal you host into something you can truly be proud of.
- Kosher for Everybody, by Trudy Garfunkel.
The Complete Guide to Understanding, Shopping, Cooking, and Eating the Kosher Way.
- Kosher Gourmet Cookbook, by Mildred B. Miller and Bascha G. Snyder
A delicious cookbook containing over 400 kosher recipes and 73 menu plans.
- Kosher Kettle: International Adventures in Jewish Cooking, edited by Sybil Ruth Kaplan.
350 outstanding kosher recipes 27 different countries. These recipes highlight the breadth and scope of the Jewish culinary experience and they provide cooks with a wealth of dishes to add to their repertoire.
- The Kosher Kitchen: A Practical Guide, by Rabbi Binyomin Forst.
This book presents an authoritative, yet accessible and clear overview of the Halachos of Kashrus that is ideal for laymen and scholars alike. This book will help you to better understand the laws related to keeping Kosher, as well as learning to identify problem situations and how to ask for clarification from your Rav.
- Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South, by Marcie Cohen Ferris.
An engaging and unique social history of Southern Jewry told through the food they eat and what it says about their Jewish identity, what it means to be Southern, and how Jewish foodways melded with Southern culinary traditions to create a unique Jewish cuisine that combines elements of both Jewish and Southern cooking traditions and styles. (This is not a cookbook. However, it is a history book that contains about 30 recipes.)
- The No-Potato Passover, by Aviva Kanoff.
Take a trip around the world as you leave behind that starchy Passover staple, the potato, and discover a wealth of healthy and delicious alternatives.
- On the Chocolate Trial, by Rabbi Deborah R. Prinz.
A Delicious Adventure Connecting Jews, Religions, History, Travel, Rituals and Recipes to the Magic of Cacao.
- Passover Cookery, by Joan Kekst.
Kosher, Pesach recipes that will delight the senses and enhance the repertoire of cooks of all skill levels. Complete with seder menus, and a 'Countdown to Passover' guide that will help walk you through the preparations required to have a Kosher Pesach.
- Persian Food from the Non-Persian Bride, by Reyna Simnegar.
Offering an enticing collection of Persian and Middle Eastern recipes, from simple snacks to a full-blown feast! With clear step-by-step instructions, you will be able to produce with ease a lavish spread of dishes from traditional well known Persian favorites to outright exotic.
- Quick & Kosher: Meals in Minutes, by Jamie Geller.
This innovative cookbook features over 215 new quick recipes, including new fast takes on traditional holiday dishes. Best of all, the recipes in this book tell you how much total time to allow for "PCS" - that's to Prep, Cook & Serve - the full meal.
- A Taste of Nostalgia, by Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski and Judi Dick.
Tales and Recipes to Nourish Body and Soul: A collection of more than 150 traditional recipes that are accompanied by a treasure trove of soul nourishing stories for you to read and to share over the dinner table.
- That Hungarian's in My Kitchen, by Linda F. Radke.
125 Hungarian American Kosher recipes that are tried and true recipes compiled from members of the Weiss family. The recipes in this cookbook run the gamut from Challahs and Hungarian Goulashes to Sweet Potato Tzimmes and Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage.
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