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The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen

70 Ways to Have Fun with Your Kids and Make Your Family's Celebrations Special

Joan Nathan


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Paperback (9/5/2000)


There could be no more festive way to introduce Jewish children to their Jewish heritage than through the food associated with the holidays. And no better person to do it than Joan Nathan, whose great enthusiasm and knowledge have gained her a national reputation as the maven of the Jewish kitchen.

Here are seventy child-centered recipes and cooking activities from around the world in which the entire family can participate. Covering the ten major holidays, each of the activities has a different focus--such as Eastern Europe, Biblical Israel, contemporary America--and together they present a vast array of foods, flavors, and ideas. The recipes are old and new, traditional and novel--everything from hamantashen to pretzel bagels, chicken soup with matzah balls to matzah pizza, cheese blintzes to vegetarian chopped liver, hallah to halvah, fruit kugel to Persian pomegranate punch.

First published in paperback in l988, The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen has now been redesigned and contains 20 additional delicious recipes and 30 delightful new drawings.

Praise For The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen: 70 Ways to Have Fun with Your Kids and Make Your Family's Celebrations Special

"A book families will use year round. The food and the lessons will be remembered for a lifetime." --USA Today

"Full of wonderful activities and recipes that will add new memories to your family's celebrations." --Bon Appétit

"Nathan . . . shares anecdotes, folklore, and history as she explains Jewish holiday and Sabbath traditions." --Miami Herald

Schocken, 9780805241303, 176pp.

Publication Date: October 31, 1995

About the Author

Joan Nathan's books include The Jewish Holiday Kitchen, The Jewish Holiday Baker, and Jewish Cooking in America, which won the IACP Julia Child Award for Best Cookbook of the Year in 1995 and the James Beard Award for Best American Cookbook. She contributes articles on international ethnic food and special holiday features to the "New York Times," the "Los Angeles Times Syndicate, Hadassah Magazine, Food and Wine, " and" Food Arts." She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband, Allan Gerson, and their three children.