We got it! The new Bais Yaakov cookbook is everywhere and there is quite a buzz about it. Not only is it beautiful (photos by John Uher) but it is super easy to follow and almost every recipe requires ingredients that you already own. The recipes are simple versions of some very tasty food like Chicken Marsala, Duck a l'Orange, Herbed Tilapia in Lemon Butter, Caramel French Toast, Shitake, Beef, and Barley Soup, Pralines and Cream Semifreddo and much more.
Plus, and I think what is really special about this book, are the additional features. First, the book gives a thorough and compelling history of the Bais Yaakov movement. It also includes a challah recipe from Rebbetzin Kanievsky a"h and other recipes from Rebbetzin Braunstein. And especially interesting for kosher foodies, are the comprehensive guides in the back of the book for washing and checking fruits and vegetables, cooking meats and fish, and a lengthy guide to halachic questions in the kitchen. The book is not only a cookbook but a kosher guide for the kitchen.
Many thanks to Feldheim Publishers for sharing the book with one lucky GKC winner. And for sharing two more sneak peak recipes. To submit, tell us what interests you most about this book. We love hearing from our readers.
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