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Monday Morning Cooking Club: The Food, the Stories, the Sisterhood

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Synopsis:

A generous, warm-hearted and inspiring cookbook drawn from Sydney's culturally diverse Jewish community, featuring the very best, most treasured family recipes that have been passed down generations. 'Having this book at home is pure cosy joy.' Nigella Lawson In 2006, a group of Jewish women began meeting every Monday morning. They cooked, ate, drank endless cups of tea and - often heatedly - discussed the merits of different recipes. After just a few weekly meetings, the Monday Morning Cooking Club was born. Five years and hundreds of dishes later, six members of the sisterhood handpicked their favourite recipes to go into their book - the result is a generous, rich and inspiring cookbook featuring the best, most treasured recipes from a culturally diverse community. Each recipe begins with a short story of the cook and their history of the dish, and these stories, interwoven with amazing recipes, take the reader on a heartwarming and delicious journey through a community who finds a deep connection through food and the memory of generations that have gone before.

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ISBN:
9780732297800
Author:
Monday Morning Cooking Club
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Author:
Chalmers, Merelyn Frank
Subject:
General Cooking
Subject:
Cooking and Food-General
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Jewish
Publication Date:
20130931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
272
Dimensions:
239 x 212 x 23 mm 1126 gr

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"Synopsis" by , A generous, warm-hearted and inspiring cookbook drawn from Sydney's culturally diverse Jewish community, featuring the very best, most treasured family recipes that have been passed down generations. 'Having this book at home is pure cosy joy.' Nigella Lawson In 2006, a group of Jewish women began meeting every Monday morning. They cooked, ate, drank endless cups of tea and - often heatedly - discussed the merits of different recipes. After just a few weekly meetings, the Monday Morning Cooking Club was born. Five years and hundreds of dishes later, six members of the sisterhood handpicked their favourite recipes to go into their book - the result is a generous, rich and inspiring cookbook featuring the best, most treasured recipes from a culturally diverse community. Each recipe begins with a short story of the cook and their history of the dish, and these stories, interwoven with amazing recipes, take the reader on a heartwarming and delicious journey through a community who finds a deep connection through food and the memory of generations that have gone before.
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