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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0811807045, Hardcover)"Don't do anything too weird," a cook advised the authors as they began this book. "Nobody wants to be eating experiments, especially on the High Holy Days." In deference to these wise words, Louise Fiszer and Jeannette Ferrary created Jewish Holiday Feasts, a collection of 39 recipes organized by holiday, all in the finest taste. A combination of the traditional with the spice of the new, these recipes are in good health as well as good faith. Each chapter opens with a history of and/or a brief anecdote about the holidays. From Classic Potato Latkes and Sweet Potato Kugel to Honey and Cumin-Glazed Cornish Hens and Stuffed Pitas, the recipes are as sure to please grandparents in rocking chairs as grandchildren surfing the Web.
Almost too pretty to bring into the kitchen, nearly every other page is graced with snippets of art from artist Coco Masuda. These lively drawings bring greater bursts of color to the menus within. This book is perfect for anyone who would like to add healthy eating to their celebration of the holidays.
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