HELEN NASH'S KOSHER KITCHEN by Helen Nash

HELEN NASH'S KOSHER KITCHEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This follow-up to Nash's Kosher Cuisine (1984) is another respectable entry into the new and not-yet-crowded field responding to two current trends, culinary ecumenicism and religious tradition. Undistinguished except for its fit in this aptly targeted niche, Nash's new collection has a fresh, contemporary tone with lots of sprightly touches (red-snapper fillets are coated with ground pine-nuts before broiling; a cut-up chicken is browned, then baked with a purÉe of olives and sun-dried tomatoes) as well as some straight versions of traditional items such as piroshki and rogelach.

Pub Date: Nov. 21st, 1988
ISBN: 0765761548
Publisher: Random House