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Of all the regional cooking in this country, nothing beats the down-home Southern variety. Even the names of the recipesmake your mouth water: Sumter's Succotash, Revival Veal Ribs, Miss Lou's FriedGrits, Prissy's Peanut Soup, Cajun Duck Jambalaya, and Yankee Go Home Cocktail.But what about Olde Southern Kosher Kornbread, Shavuot Potato Shissel, or Kugelmit Roshinkes? That's Southern cooking, too- Kosher style The conscientiously prepared recipes in Kosher Southern-StyleCookbook allow cooks to keep Kosher without missing out on the flavorof the South. Authors Sylvia Gerson and Mildred Covert make traditionalSouthern dishes Kosher by using clever substitutes-Hamish Hopping John usesBeef Frye instead of pork, Birming Ham calls for corned beef, andjambalaya's richness can be re-created by using duck or Kosher smoked sausagein place of pork sausage. Other recipes include Galitzianer Goysters, SuwanneeRiver Katzfish Chowder, Klezmer Chicken, Nu Awlins Kugel, Tevye's Tongue, andShtetl Fried Chicken.This well-researched work contains brief histories of the eleven states ofthe Confederacy as well as some of each state's specialties, including somerecipes that predate the Civil War. Also included are recipes for the festivalsof Shavuot and Succoth. Kosher Southern-Style Cookbook contains aplethora of carefully constructed recipes that are sure to please the mostconscientious Kosher cook.Mildred L. Covert and Sylvia P. Gerson have carefully researched and createdrecipes that adapt the characteristic flavors of each cuisine, whether it'sCreole, Cajun, or Southern, to ensure that the traditional can keep Kosherwithout giving up flavor. The two New Orleanians have written three otherKosher cookbooks: Kosher Cajun Cookbook, KosherCreole Cookbook, and A Kid's Kosher Cooking Cruise(pb), all published by Pelican.

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Of all the regional cooking in this country, nothing beats the down-home Southern variety. Even the names of the recipes make your mouth water: Sumter's Succotash, Revival Veal Ribs, Miss Lou's Fried Grits, Prissy's Peanut Soup, Cajun Duck Jambalaya, and Yankee Go Home Cocktail. But what about Olde Southern Kosher Kornbread, Shavuot Potato Shissel, or Kugel mit Roshinkes? That's Southern cooking, too- Kosher style The conscientiously prepared recipes in Kosher Southern-Style Cookbook allow cooks to keep Kosher without missing out on the flavor of the South. Authors Sylvia Gerson and Mildred Covert make traditional Southern dishes Kosher by using clever substitutes-Hamish Hopping John uses Beef Frye instead of pork, Birming

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Make traditional Southern dishes kosher. Some of these recipes predate the Civil War.

Synopsis:

Make traditional Southern dishes kosher. Recipes include Galitzianer Goysters and Suwannee River Katzfish. This well-researched work contains some recipes that predate the Civil War.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780882898506
With:
Covert, Alan
Author:
Gerson, Sylvia P.
Illustrator:
Covert, Alan
Author:
Covert, Mildred L.
Author:
Gerson, Sylvia P.
Publisher:
Pelican Publishing Company
Subject:
Cookery, american
Subject:
American - Southern States
Subject:
Southern style
Subject:
Cookery, Jewish
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - American - Southern States
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - Jewish & Kosher
Subject:
Jewish cookery
Subject:
Cookery, American -- Southern style.
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Jewish
Copyright:
Publication Date:
19930131
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
YES
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
9.30x6.29x.95 in. 1.15 lbs.

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Product details 256 pages Pelican Publishing Company - English 9780882898506 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Of all the regional cooking in this country, nothing beats the down-home Southern variety. Even the names of the recipes make your mouth water: Sumter's Succotash, Revival Veal Ribs, Miss Lou's Fried Grits, Prissy's Peanut Soup, Cajun Duck Jambalaya, and Yankee Go Home Cocktail. But what about Olde Southern Kosher Kornbread, Shavuot Potato Shissel, or Kugel mit Roshinkes? That's Southern cooking, too- Kosher style The conscientiously prepared recipes in Kosher Southern-Style Cookbook allow cooks to keep Kosher without missing out on the flavor of the South. Authors Sylvia Gerson and Mildred Covert make traditional Southern dishes Kosher by using clever substitutes-Hamish Hopping John uses Beef Frye instead of pork, Birming
"Synopsis" by , Make traditional Southern dishes kosher. Some of these recipes predate the Civil War.
"Synopsis" by , Make traditional Southern dishes kosher. Recipes include Galitzianer Goysters and Suwannee River Katzfish. This well-researched work contains some recipes that predate the Civil War.
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