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  • Author:
    Joan Nathan
  • ISBN:
    0805211179
  • ISBN13:
    978-0805211177
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  • Publisher:
    Schocken (August 17, 1999)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Special Diet
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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Joan Nathan's books include The Jewish Holiday Kitchen, The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen, and Jewish Cooking in America, which won the IACP Julia Child Award for Best Cookbook of the Year in 1995 and the James Beard Award for Best American Cookbook.

Joan Nathan's books include The Jewish Holiday Kitchen, The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen, and Jewish Cooking in America, which won the IACP Julia Child Award for Best Cookbook of the Year in 1995 and the James Beard Award for Best American Cookbook. She contributes articles on international ethnic food and special holiday features to the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, Hadassah Magazine, Food and Wine, and Food Arts.

Joan Nathan's knowledge, enthusiasm, and experience have made her prize-winning books on Jewish cooking a. .

Joan Nathan's knowledge, enthusiasm, and experience have made her prize-winning books on Jewish cooking a staple in every Jewish kitchen. Now, drawing upon the recipes, stories, and secrets of a baker's dozen of bakers from around the world, she captures the art of Jewish baking. The bakers who have perfected these recipes represent the breadth of Jewish history and geography: they come from America, Israel, France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Syria, and Egypt. Their personal stories offer a fascinating window into the Jewish experience of this century. She lives in Washington, . with her husband, Allan Gerson, and their three children. Библиографические данные.

Jewish holidays are defined by food. If you have other Joan Nathan holiday cookbooks, . Yet Jewish cooking is always changing, encompassing the flavors of the world.

Joan Nathan is an American cookbook author and newspaper journalist. She has produced TV documentaries on the subject of Jewish cuisine. She was a co-founder of New York's Ninth Avenue Food Festival under then-Mayor Abraham Beame

Joan Nathan is an American cookbook author and newspaper journalist. She was a co-founder of New York's Ninth Avenue Food Festival under then-Mayor Abraham Beame. Joan Nathan was born in Providence, Rhode Island to Pearl (Gluck) Nathan and Ernest Nathan

Joan Nathan is the author of ten cookbooks including her most recent, "Quiches, Kugels and Couscous .

named one of the 10 best cookbooks of 2010 by NPR, Food and Wine, and Bon Appétit magazines. She is a regular contributor to The New York Times, Food Arts Magazine, and Tablet Magazine. Her other books include Foods of Israel Today, Joan Nathan's Jewish Holiday Cookbook, The Jewish Holiday Baker, The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen, The Jewish Holiday Kitchen, and The Flavor of Jerusalem. Yet Jewish cooking is always changing, encompassing the flavors of the world, embracing local culinary traditions of every place in which Jews have lived and adapting them to Jewish observance

Jewish holidays are defined by food. Yet Jewish cooking is always changing, encompassing the flavors of the world, embracing local culinary traditions of every place in which Jews have lived and adapting them to Jewish observance. This collection, the culmination of Joan Nathans decades of gathering Jewish recipes from around the world, is a tour through the Jewish holidays as told in food

Jewish holidays are defined by food. No matter what you select, this essential book, which combines and updates Nathan’s classic cookbooks The Jewish Holiday Baker and The Jewish Holiday Kitchen with a new generation of recipes, will bring the rich variety and heritage of Jewish cooking to your table on the holidays and throughout the year.

For every season there is a baked good-challah for Shabbat, matzoh for Passover, jelly donuts for Hannukah-and Joan Nathan's The Jewish Holiday Baker can help yo.Presents a collection of recipes for traditional baked goods associated with the major Jewish holidays, along with tips and anecdotes from the world's best Jewish bakers.

Biography and booking information for Joan Nathan, Expert in Jewish American Cuisine; James .

Biography and booking information for Joan Nathan, Expert in Jewish American Cuisine; James Beard Awardee; Author of "Jewish Cooking in America". Contact All American Speakers Bureau to inquire about speaking fees and availability, and book the best keynote speaker for your next event. Her other books include "Foods of Israel Today," "Joan Nathan's Jewish Holiday Cookbook," "The Jewish Holiday Baker," "The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen," "The Jewish Holiday Kitchen," and "The Flavor of Jerusalem.

Joan Nathan's knowledge, enthusiasm, and experience have made her prize-winning books on Jewish cooking a staple in every Jewish kitchen. Now, drawing upon the recipes, stories, and secrets of a baker's dozen of bakers from around the world, she captures the art of Jewish baking. Here are fifty original recipes for the traditional baked goods associated with the major holidays -- challah for Shabbat, hamantashen for Purim, macaroons and matzah for Passover, jelly doughnuts for Chanukah -- as well as delicious and exotic alternatives from around the world: Yemenite kubbanah, Turkish boyos, German schnecken, Russian babka, Hungarian strudel, Parisian pletzel, Mexican banana cake, Syrian ka'ak. But why wait for the holidays? Along with challah, bialys, and bagels, you will want to bake and enjoy all of these cakes and breads with your family and friends throughout the year. The bakers who have perfected these recipes represent the breadth of Jewish history and geography: they come from America, Israel, France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Syria, and Egypt. Their personal stories offer a fascinating window into the Jewish experience of this century. With step-by-step instructions on kneading, rising, braiding, rolling, and folding dough, as well as tips on how to make baking a rewarding and even relaxing part of the busiest lifestyle, The Jewish Holiday Baker will turn any novice into a baker, and give any expert a command of the sweetness and craft of Jewish baking.

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If you are Jewish and have no Bubbie to show you how to cook Jewish food, you must get this book. Joan Nathan has gathered a group of recipes from several different sources to turn you into a genuine Jewish cook. We all know Jews love to eat, or is it live to eat. Here is your chance to shine on every Jewish holiday. The recipes are easy to follow and they are not complicated. I recommend this book to all who wish to participate in the Jewish Heritage of holiday cooking.
Raelin
Nothing like Jewish cooking and baking books...recipes use natural, fresh ingredients.
Levion
If you've ever wanted to create those delectable pastries we buy at the pastry shop, this book is for you. Old time favorites right from your kitchen. This book is always on my coffee table. Outstanding book!!!
Syleazahad
Helps me daily in my work in a pareve bakery.
Pooker
Pretty good recipes but not my favorite Jewish cookbook.
I love Mercedes
Can never go wrong with a book by Joan Nathan! Reliable, well-written recipes.
Walianirv
As a Fourth Generation "Closeted" Jew,I am Always Interested in Celebrations.{We were 'Reformed Methodist' due to Persecution in a small minded town}.Mrs.Nathan explains everything in minute detail in a lively discussion.As if Anyone is sitting across from Her with Tea and a "Rugelah".Her Joy of Family and Food in that Order is Bountifull.Never have read Any cookbook so well thought and delivered to Not require Questions at Grocer's or Judaic friends.Since this is not one of first books purchased,Am fortunant to glide through a sense of Order and utterly Divine Prose.This is a Gift for any Faith.Recipes are truly worthy as Gifts to Others to Nourish and If Interested Understanding across the "borders" that divide People.Rather foolishly in One's Perspective.{This My View and does Not come from Amazon or Its Partners}.Though,Yes Was purchased via Amazon and Their Fabulous Partners in Books.Thank You Always...{from appetisers to desserts this is a variety of mouthwatering recipes for all}.
Joan Nathan is a great cook, but not a good baker. She did find some great people to write the book. However, the book needs pictures and a more interesting layout.

After buying this, I bought "Inside the Jewish Bakery." I've been baking through that instead.