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Cooking Jewish 532 Great Recipes

I come from a long line of legendary cooks..and eaters! My mother's family (the Rabinowitzes) is huge, and I grew up in the Brooklyn/Long Island version of the movie Avalon (without the fire, of course). Raised with my cousins as siblings, our parents were inseparable, and our holiday feasts, or even impromptu get-togethers, were hardly what you might call intimate gatherings.

When Melting Pot Memories led to a new career as a journalist, guest speaker and cooking instructor, I gladly gave up court reporting and began crisscrossing the country, speaking for various organizations, synagogues and churches. I began teaching Jewish cooking classes for Sur La Table (where I freely admit I was not trained at La Varenne), and became a columnist and contributing food writer to The Orange County Register, the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, the Canadian Jewish News and others.

Now I am a grandmother of four, and I am most gratified that what I set out to do when I sent that first letter to my family, asking for recipes and stories, has been accomplished. Jason, Lauren, Samantha and Blake, as well as my grandparents' other (at last count) 25 great-great-grandchildren - welcome Darren Robbins and Eden Komishock! - now have a written record of their family history. It is my prayer that they all may delight in the legacy they have been given and continue to pass these traditions down through the generations.

 

Sept 2005 - 2014 - Kosher Recipes - Kosher Cooking - Jewish Cooking - Jewish Recipes - Jewish Foods