Jewish Holiday Feasts (Hardcover) by Ferrary, Jean
Hardcover; Published 7/7/2005; 72 Pages; ISBN 9780811850452
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Now sporting a fresh new cover, 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.
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