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Author: Judy Zeidler
ISBN: 0688166261
Language: English
Pages: 416 pages
Category: Cooking Methods
Publisher: William Morrow Cookbooks; 1st Pbk. Ed edition (January 20, 1999)
Rating: 4.2
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Judy Zeidler is a teacher and authority on kosher cuisine. In addition to her cooking column for the Los Angeles Times, which is syndicated nationwide, Judy is the host of the Jewish Television Network show Judy's Kitchen and author of The 30-Minute Kosher Cook.

Judy Zeidler is a teacher and authority on kosher cuisine. She and her husband are co-proprietors of the Broadway Deli, Capo, and Zeidler's Cafi.

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Nor has Zeidler merely reworked or recycled whatever worldwide ethnic standbys suit her purpose: though familiar classics abound here, she has also come up with an impressive variety of authentic dishes that are not already.

Nor has Zeidler merely reworked or recycled whatever worldwide ethnic standbys suit her purpose: though familiar classics abound here, she has also come up with an impressive variety of authentic dishes that are not already over-collected. A far cry from the nostalgic catalogs of mothers' kitchens, this sampling from the 1980's global kitchen mixes chicken soup, matzo omelet, and stuffed cabbage with Italian bruschetta, mozzarella marinara, and tiramisu (a layered dessert); French baguettes, soufflÉs, and duck with turnip; Brazillian feijoada, rice, and batida (a rum drink); and other signature dishes from China, Scandinavia

Judy Zeidler takes tried and true recipies and gives them a new twist.

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JUDY ZEIDLER is a well-known food authority and author of widely acclaimed books, The Gourmet Jewish Cook, Judy Zeidler's International Deli Cookbook, The 30-Mi. nute Kosher Cook and Master Chefs Cook Kosher, based on her syndicated television show, Judy's Kitchen. She has also co-authored several cookbooks, including one with French chef Michel Richard, Home Cooking with a French Accent. While Los Angeles is her home base, she and husband, Marvino, spend several months a year in Italy and France

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Haunukkah dishes to delight children and grown-ups: Salmon LatkesRomanian Noodle LatkesBrisket of Beef with Dried FruitLettuce Bouquet Salad with Fried Parsnip ChipsRussian Tea CookiesGinger Ice CreamChocolate Nut Brownies

Fabulous brunch and breakfast menus:A Three-Course Scandinavian Brunch with Danish Apple PancakesAn Israeli Breakfast Buffet with Fruited Bulgur Salad and Classic Breakfast Cheese BlintzesA Passover Brunch with Beet Preserves and Passover French ToastA Brazilian Brunch menu with Feijoada and Mango Sherbet

Special meals for the Sabbath: Roast Chicken with Zucchini StuffingHungarian CholentKasha with MushroomsApple-Filled Egg ChallahMacadamia Nut Tart

And for personal celebrations all year round: Curried Chicken Salad with Roasted Peanuts for a Bridal Shower BuffetBarbecue-Baked Short Ribs for a hearty Father's Day dinnerBuckwheat Blinis and Caviar on New Year's EvePumpkin Soup and Kosher Mincemeat Tart for a Thanksgiving feastTabbouleh, Stuffed Grape Leaves, and Baklava for a Bar Mitzvah Buffet

Comments (5)
Mitynarit
I can use this cookbook as a primary recipe and menu planning resource for everyday and holidays because it's that good!
Nikohn
I've tried a lot of the recipes and they're very good. Easy to follow.
fire dancer
I have this very issue and have now passed one on to my daughter
as she prepares for her life cooking for her husband to be!
Shistus
For anyone who likes to bake bread, this has a great recipe for challah. It works perfectly, and turns out some of the best bread I have ever had!
Xava
This bnook is very well laid out and gives lots of detail on how to prepare Jewish foods. Especially great for those special occassions.