From the Publisher
"This attractive book offers quick, accessible recipes and kitchen tips. The flavors are global, though everything is kosher. Encouraging for inexperienced cooks facing a brisket . . . for the first time." Publishers Weekly
"This book . . . has personality, oodles of it." Jewish Renaissance
"Recipes that are non-time-consuming, have under ten ingredients, and that look impressive too . . . simple, nutritious, and snazzy." Jewish Book World
"A selection of easy and quick recipes . . . The lively style, vignettes, and commentary interspersed through the book make this a wonderful read." Association of Jewish Libraries Newsletter
Ideal for women who "enjoys life" but not cooking but still want to nurture their families (Tarn and Fine's definition of the Jewish Princess), this attractive book offers quick, accessible recipes and kitchen tips. The flavors are global, with chicken curry alongside chicken schnitzel, though everything is kosher; Jewish classics (latkes, cholent, honey cake) appear throughout and star in a section on "the ultimate Friday night dinner." The stream of tongue-in-cheek Jewish Princess jokes keeps things bubbly and encouraging for inexperienced cooks facing a brisket or springform pan for the first time. (May)Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.