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Homestyle Kosher Cookbooks
This page lists cookbooks that will remind you of the recipes prepared
by your mother and grandmother.
Homestyle Kosher Recipes
- Marla Brooks,
How To Cook Like A Jewish Grandmother,
Pelican Publishing Company, April 2005. Paperback. 184 pages.
- Denise Phillips,
The Jewish Mama's Kitchen: Authentic Homestyle Recipes,
Thunder Bay Press, August 2005. Hardcover. 160 pages. 50 recipes.
- Miriam Lerner Satz,
Heirloom Cookbook: Recipes Handed Down by Jewish Mothers and Modern Recipes from Daughters and Friends,
Kar-Ben Publishing, April 2003. Paperback. 152 pages.
- Evelyn Gold,
You Made My Day: Four Generations of Kosher Cooking,
Studio 9 Books, September 1996. Paperback. 216 pages.
- Jayne Cohen,
The Gefilte Variations,
Scribner, March 2000. Hardcover. 416 pages. 200 recipes.
See also author's web site.
- Evelyn Rose and Judi Rose,
Mother and Daughter Jewish Cooking: 2 Generations of Jewish Women Share Traditional and Contemporary Recipes,
Morrow Cookbooks, March 2000. Hardcover. 304 pages.
- Irma Charles,
Adventures in Bubby Irma's Kitchen ,
Targum. June 1992. Hardcover. 184 pages.
See also publisher's web site.
- June Roth,
How to Cook Like a Jewish Mother,
Book Sales, March 1993. Hardcover. 152 pages.
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