Jewish Holiday Feastsby Jeannette Ferrary, Louise Fiszer, Coco Masuda
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Jewish Holiday Feasts serves up delectable, easy-to-prepare dishes for memorable holiday celebrations. Hanukkah treats of Potato Latkes, Golden Challah Bread for the Sabbath, Braised Apples and Red Cabbage with Wine perfect for Rosh Hashanah, irresistible Passover Biscotti, two Hamentashen variations to please both kids and adults, and for Succoth, sublime Baked Figs with Honeyed Yogurt are just some of the great recipes in this charming and timeless cookbook. The tastes and traditions of the Jewish holidays combine with fresh, healthy, seasonal ingredients in a popular collection of inspired favorites that friends and family will cherish throughout the year.
- Chronicle Books LLC
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Meet the Author
Jeannette Ferrary, with Louise Fiszer, is the co-author of six books, including A Good Day for Soup and A Good Day for Salad. She lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Louise Fiszer, with Jeannette Ferrary, is the co-author of six books, including A Good Day for Soup and A Good Day for Salad. She lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.
New York based illustrator Coco Masuda works on a diverse array of projects, for advertising to editorial clients.
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An adorable cookbook filled with sweet and savory dishes to celebrate all Jewish Holiday Feasts: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Succoth, Hanukkah, Purim, Pesach, Shavuoth, as well as Foods for the Sabbats. Both Louise Feszer and Jeannette Ferrary are food writers and the co-authors of six books. On of their creations, Sweet Onions and Sour Cherries, was nominated for the Julia Child Cookbook Award by the International Association of Culinary Professionals. Both reside in the San Francisco Bay Area. With a few colorful illustrations, Feszer and Ferrary take us on a Jewish culinary adventure with tasty traditional recipes like Golden Challah Bread, Walnut and Dried Cherry Rugelach, and Classic Potato Latkes, as well as some lesser-known dishes, like Spiced Pear and Almond Cake, Passover Biscotti and Coucous With Saffron and Vegetables. These recipes take us on a culinary journey in celebration of Jewish cuisine. A wonderful book to celebrate the Jewish holidays with your family and friends!