- Linda Amster,
The New York Times Passover Cookbook,
Morrow Cookbooks, March 1999. Hardcover. 352 pages. 200 recipes.
- Frances R. AvRutick,
The Complete Passover Cookbook,
Jonathan David Publishers, January 2008. Hardcover. 432 pages. 500 recipes.
Update of the
January 1981 edition.
- Penny W. Eisenberg,
Wiley, February 2001. Paperback. 192 pages.
See also author's web site.
- Joan Kekst,
Passover Cookery: In the Kitchen with Joan Kekst,
Five Star Publications, January 2001. Paperback. 180 pages.
- Judy Tabs and Barbara Steinberg,
Matzah Meals: A Passover Cookbook for Kids,
Kar-Ben Publishing, February 2004. Paperback. 64 pages.
- Yeshivat Aish Hatorah Women's Organization,
The New Kosher for Passover Cookbook,
Philipp Feldheim, March 1998. Spiral-bound. 152 pages.
- Esther Blau, Editor,
The Spice and Spirit Kosher Passover Cookbook,
Kehot Publications Society, March 2002. Lubavitch Women's Organization. Paperback.
(Updated version of The Spice and Spirit of Kosher Passover Cooking.)
Also available from Judaica Press.
Many recipes for a
gluten-free diet in conjunction with the Passover focus.
- Gail Ashkanazi-Hankin,
Passover Lite Kosher Cookbook,
Pelican Publishing Company, March 2007. Hardcover. 192 pages.
Only minor updates of the
February 1996 Edition.
- Susan R. Friedland,
The Passover Table: New and Traditional Recipes for Your Seders and the Entire Passover Week,
Morrow Cookbooks, February 1994. Paperback. 96 pages.
- Roberta Kalechofsky,
The Vegetarian Pesach Cookbook: Feasts for Freedom,
Micah Publications, February 2002. Paperback. 72 pages.
- Sarah Schwartz, Editor,
Not Potatoes Again! An Abundance of Foods for Pesach.
Proceeds support YBH of Passaic - Hillel.
- Tamar Ansh,
A Taste of Tradition Cookbook (Pesach and Beyond),
Feldheim, January 2005. Hardcover. 147 pages. 250 recipes. All
wheat-free and gluten-free recipes (non-gebrochs).
- Zell Schulman,
Let My People Eat! Passover Seders Made Simple,
Macmillan/John Wiley & Sons, February 1998. Paperback. 288 pages.
- Deborah Ross,
The Manischewitz Passover Cookbook,
Jonathan David Publishers, April 1982. Hardcover. 186 pages. Reprint
of the 1969 edition published by Walker and Company.
- Debra Wasserman and Charles Stahler,
No Cholesterol Passover Recipes,
Vegetarian Resource Group, July 1995. Paperback. 96 pages. 100 recipes.
- Nira Rousso,
The Passover Gourmet,
Adama Books, March 1987. Hardcover. 186 pages.
Assorted Jewish Holidays and Festivals
- Gloria Kaufer Greene,
The New Jewish Holiday Cookbook,
Crown, September 1999. Hardcover. 560 pages.
- Marlene Sorosky,
Fast & Festive Meals for the Jewish Holidays: Complete Menus, Rituals, And Party-Planning Ideas For Every Holiday Of The Year,
Morrow Cookbooks, September 1997. Hardcover. 320 pages.
- Jeannette Ferrary and Louise Fiszer,
Jewish Holiday Feasts,
Chronicle Books, July 2005. Hardcover. 72 pages. 39 recipes.
- Joan Schwartz Michel, Editor, with Claudia Roden, Steven
Raichlen and Joan Nathan,
The Hadassah Jewish Holiday Cookbook: Traditional Recipes from the Contemporary Kosher Kitchens,
Universe, March 2008. Hardcover. 264 pages. 250 recipes.
Update of the
January 2003 edition.
- Judith Y. Solomon,
The Rosh Hodesh Table: Foods at the New Moon,
Biblio Press, May 1997. Paperback. 145 pages.
- Evelyn Rose,
The Essential Jewish Festival Cookbook: A Complete Culinary Guide,
Robson Books, January 2003. Hardcover. 191 pages.
- Phyllis Glazer and Miriyam Glazer,
The Essential Book of Jewish Festival Cooking,
Morrow Cookbooks, March 2004. Hardcover. 352 pages. 200 recipes.
- Fannie Engle and Gertrude Blair,
The Jewish Festival Cookbook,
Dover Publications, February 1988. Paperback. 212 pages. Reprint of
1954 edition published by David McKay Company Inc.