Wednesday, 26 June 2013

The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home

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The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home
by Nick Zukin, Michael Zusman

Publish Date: 3rd Sept 2013

Hard copy $27.99
272 pages

Rating: A glorious 5 out of 5

This book brings the world of Jewish deli to the masses with a plethora of Information within each chapter about Jewish history and culture.

'The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home' offers  over 100 Jewish deli classics, with updated versions of these dishes making them more suited to todays tastes, and lifestyle requirements for quicker and easier food to prepare and cook.

The chapters comprise:
Starters and Sides;
Soups and Salads;
Eggs, Fish, and Dairy;
Bagels, Bialys, and Breads;
and Pastries, Desserts, and Drinks.

Never thought of attempting Jewish cuisine but with 100 Sumptuous recipes to try, these easy to follow instructions, beautifully photographed dishes, and stylish page layout, I'm enthusiastic about giving them ago.

Some of my favourites are, and the list is sure to grow with tasting, Summer Chicken Salad,  Chocolate Babka French Toast, Cheese Blintzes, Buckwheat Blintzes, Mammy's Savory Noodle Keegal, Matzo Ball Soup, and well there are just too many to mention.

There is only one down side, the not so available ingredients.  The "Sources and Resources" section at the end of the book does detail suppliers of not so easy to find ingredients so it shouldn't be difficult to obtain your requirements.

I just love this book and cannot praise it enough.  A definite 'must have' to compliment your cuisine book shelf.

I Received an e-book version for review purposes but love it so much I'm going to purchase the hard copy when it is released in Sept 2013.   Can't wait !

Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for the chance to review this glorious cookbook.

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