TREASURED JEWISH RECIPES by Shaner Greenwald

TREASURED JEWISH RECIPES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Recipes--Jewish and otherwise--treasured by the author who celebrates home where ""Our kitchens are castles and we are queens."" In spite of the florid opener, the recipes are mercifully bare of volk comment. Most traditional dishes are here, along with blatant steals like ""Jewish pizza"" and ""Jewish egg-rolls"" and a mysterious entry called Indian pudding (presumably Jewish Indians use honey instead of molasses). For the experienced cook who would like to re-do Momma's best.

Pub Date: May 1st, 1969
Publisher: Hawthorn