Temple Mickve Israel Shalom Y'all Cookbook - Savannah Georgia

Temple Mickve Israel Shalom Y'all Cookbook - Savannah Georgia is a favorite recipe book with dishes contributed by its members. There are two brief chapters of Jewish recipes, and the rest are further favorites from the U.S. and other regions. 

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Format: Softcover spiral bound, 168 pages 

Copyright: 1996. Second revision 

Publisher: Congregation Mickve Israel Savannah, GA 

Author: Members of the Congregation Mickve Israel, Savannah Georgia 

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Description: That Jews love to eat is very true. That Southerners love to throw a party is also very true. Combine these two very powerful truths and you have Congregation Mickve Israel in Savannah, Georgia, where the opportunity to celebrate the Sabbath and holidays is enhanced by our Jewish Southern tradition of hospitality. 

We celebrate in a unique way at Mickve Israel, probably one of the very few congregations that has a cook on staff. We run the gamut where food is concerned: from our summer Sabbath exotic resort location services to our Hard Lox Cafe, our annual Jewish food festival (held as a community-wide event in Monterey Square, opposite the temple building). 

Our Friday night covered-dish suppers and services, held in members' homes from Memorial Day through Labor Day, are a time of gastronomic delight and sharing. Our Sabbath kiddush luncheons, for members and guests alike, are an exception to the rule that "there is no free lunch." It is a time of great openness as members greet visitors to our congregation over homemade Challah and Kugel or chicken pot pie or meat loaf with all the fixings. 

Our Sephardic, Italian, and Indian Sabbath dinners, complete with appropriate musical accompaniment at services that follow, highlight Jewish ethnic traditions around the world. Our annual food festival featuring homemade chopped liver, blintzes, chicken soup with matzo balls, apple strudel, and Rabbi Belzer's Ah-Mein Lo-Mein offer to the community at large a glimpse of our culinary talents and love of food. 

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Condition: There are a handful of dog-earned pages (creased corners). Further good condition.

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