Jewish Cookery From Boston to Baghdad
Jewish recipes from around the world are published in the Jewish Cookery from Boston to Baghdad cookbook by Malvina Liebman. If you want to add some interesting Jewish meals to your home, this cookbook will definitely offer you some unique and interesting options.
Format: Hardcover spiral bound, 270 pages.
Copyright: 1989. Second Printing
Publisher: NightinGale Resources
Author: Malvina W. Liebman
Description: What is Jewish food?" In North America, we think of gefillte fish, bagels and lox, and chopped liver. These foods are the legacy of Eastern European Jews who immigrated to this continent in the 19th century. However, Sephardic and Oriental Jews define Jewish food in terms of Couscous, borekas and chiles rellenos.
In Jewish Cookery from Boston to Baghdad author Malvina W. Liebman offers us a guided tour through the cuisines and customs of such diverse Jewish communities as the Beta Israel of Ethiopia, the Bene Yisrael of India, and the Jews of K'aifeng-fuin China. Filled with fascinating vignettes and mouth-watering recipes, Jewish Cookery from Boston to Baghdad is a welcome addition to any culinary library.
Condition: Good condition.