Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-08-17
  • Publisher: Wiley
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With over 100 recipes, including Cassoulet, Garlicky Pot Roast, and Key Lime Cheesecake, this cookbook will be a must-have for kosher cooks and Jewish cooks preparing for holidays and family gatherings. Frankel includes hearty favorites like Cholent and Cheesy Grits and sophisticated dishes like Cauliflower-Apple Soup with Duck Confit. Every recipe features kosher (Meat, Dairy, and Parve [neutral]) and seasonal symbols. The front matter includes an introduction to kashrut regulations and using a slow cooker for Shabbat meals. The recipes focus on creative, modern kosher dishes made with high-quality ingredients. Sabbath and holiday meal planning guidance throughout.

Author Biography

Laura Frankel is the executive chef of Wolfgang Puck's kosher restaurant and catering business at the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies in Chicago. After working in hotel and restaurant kitchens, Frankel started a family and began to maintain a kosher kitchen. Unable to find a restaurant in the Chicago area for top-quality kosher cooking, in 1999 she opened Shallots, a restaurant offering kosher fine dining with a produce-driven menu; later came Shallots Bistro in Skokie, Illinois, and a Shallots outpost in Manhattan. The Shallots restaurants were recognized as being among the best kosher restaurants in the United States. Also the author of Jewish Cooking for All Seasons, Frankel lives in Chicago with her three sons. Visit her Web site at www.LaurasKosherKitchen.com.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Introductionp. 1
Appetizersp. 13
Soupsp. 33
Main Dishesp. 61
Side Dishesp. 137
Desserts and Breakfastp. 159
Saucesp. 179
Basic Recipesp. 195
Recipes By Kosher Categoryp. 217
Holiday Menusp. 225
Sourcesp. 233
Indexp. 235
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