Art of Jewish Cooking Grossinger's Catskill Resort
The Art of Jewish Cooking, from the hostess of Grossinger's resort in the Catskills in New York, brings you over 300 recipes and menus in this 1958 Jewish cookbook.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 229 pages.
Publisher: Random House
Author: Jennie Grossinger
Description: Whether you want to serve a complete Jewish menu, or simply add variety to your present culinary repertoire, this brand-new cookbook will prove invaluable in every kitchen.
In these taste-tempting pages you'll find uncomplicated explanations of the "exotic terminology" of Jewish cooking. No longer need you puzzle over such words as kreplach, strudel, cholent and knish. Instead, you'll find yourself trying these unique dishes in your own home and discovering new ways of cooking basic foods for your family and friends.
Jennie Grossinger, famed hostess of the Catskill resort, gives you her special, long- sought-after recipes and menus, for everything from appetizers to desserts. She reveals her secrets for soups, soup accompaniments, fish, poultry, meat, dairy dishes, noodles, kugels, charlottes, vegetables, tzimmes, blintzes, piroshki, salads, pickles, pancakes, breads and everything else, both for everyday meals and for such special holidays as Rosh Hashonah, Passover, Purim, etc.
These Jewish dishes are drawn from many lands -- Czechoslovakia, Poland, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands and others. Each nation has contributed its finest to this international potpourri, which has been stirred and brought to perfection by Mrs. Grossinger's renowned talent and technique.
Condition: Good condition.