Jewish Cooking Around the World: Gourmet...

The book presents a variety of recipes from foreign countries and recipes for the Sabbath and festivals, all complying with the Jewish dietary laws. Every recipe has been tested by the author.

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Front MatterTITLE PAGE: JEWISH COOKING AROUND THE WORLD gourmet and holiday recipes.DEDICATION PAGECONTENTSPREFACE.INTRODUCTIONRECIPES BY COUNTRYCHINA.EGGS FOO YUNG.EGG DROP SOUP.EGG ROLLS WITH HOT MUSTARD SAUCE.FILLING.HOT MUSTARD SAUCE.CHICKEN WITH ALMONDS.FRIED RICE.PEPPER STEAK.MUSHROOMS WITH CELERY.CHINESE DESSERT.EASTERN EUROPE.CAVIAR.BAKED HERRING.CHOPPED HERRING.QUICK BORSHT.PIROSHKI (Knishes).MEAT FILLING.POTATO FILLING.KRUPNIK.HEART AND LUNG STEW.SCHAV.VEAL PAPRIKASH.BEEF STROGANOFF.CABBAGE AND NOODLES.KASHA.PLAIN NOODLE KUGEL.POTATO STEW.SWEET AND SOUR LIMA BEANS.CUCUMBER SALAD.KISEL.PIROSHKES.FILLING.SYRUP.CHOCOLATE NUT TORTE.ENGLAND.WELSH RAREBIT.FISH AND CHIPS.STEWED FISH.STEAK PIE.YORKSHIRE PUDDING.DUNDEE CAKE.MERINGUE CAKE.TOPPING.FRANCE.QUICHE LORRAINE.PISSALADIERE (Onion Pie).ONION SOUP.POT-AU-FEU.BOUILLABAISSE.FISH FILLETS IN WINE.CARP À LA JUIVE.TROUT IN WINE.DUCK À L'ORANGE.BOEUF À LA MODE.BLANQUETTE DE VEAU.CASSOULET (Lamb and Bean Casserole).PEAS À LA FRANCAISE.POTATOES LYONNAISE.BUTTERED SPINACH.RATATOUILLE (Eggplant Stew).RICE SALAD.POTATO SALAD NICOISE.CRÊPES SUZETTE.CHEESE SOUFFLE.MOUSSE AU CHOCOLAT.PEARS IN WINE.BABA AU RHUM.SYRUP.ECLAIRS.CREAM FILLING.LEMON CHIFFON FILLING.CHOCOLATE GLAZE.BRIOCHES.GERMANY.LINSENSUPPE (Lentil Soup).SAUERBRATEN.POTATO PANCAKES.GEBRATENE GANS (Roast Goose).CELERY KNOB SALAD.CHESTNUT, PEAR, AND PRUNE COMPOTE.ALMOND AND APPLE PUDDING.LEMON SAUCE.GREECE.SPINACH PASTRY.DOLMADES (Stuffed Grape Leaves).DOLMADES STUFFED WITH MEAT.AVGOLEMONO (Egg-Lemon Soup).BEAN SOUP.PSARI PLAKI (Baked Fish).STIFFADO (Beef Stew).MOUSAKA.KOTOPOULO ME LEMONO (Chicken with Lemon Sauce).REVIDIA YAHNI (Chick-peas).BAMIES (Okra with Tomatoes).EGGPLANT WITH YOGURT.SALATA (Mixed Greens).DRESSING.PEPPER SALAD.KOURABIEDES (Butter Cookies).KARETHOPETA (Nut Cake).YOGURT CAKE.HALVA (Farina Cake).BAKLAVA.INDIA.DHALL CURRY (Lentil Curry).CHOWL (Rice).VEGETABLE STEW.MACHLI WITH DAHI (Fish and Yogurt).MURGHI CURRY (Chicken Curry).PILAU.CHUTNEY.PHIRINI (Rice Pudding).CARROT PUDDING.ISRAEL.TEHINAH DIP.CHEESE SPREAD.SALAT (Salad).FALAFEL.HUMUS.COLD TOMATO SOUP.FRIED EGGPLANT WITH TOMATO SAUCE.MEAT AND NOODLE BAKE.BAKED CARP.WAX BEANS AND SOUR CREAM.SESAME COOKIES.SUMSUM BEIGELACH (Sesame Cookies).ORANGE CAKE.ORANGE CREAM FILLING.ORANGE DELIGHT.ITALY.ANTIPASTO (Appetizer).PIZZA.TOPPING.MINESTRONE.CHESTNUT SOUP.BAKED FILLET OF FISH.VEAL SCALLOPINI.CHICKEN CACCIATORE.CHICKEN BROILED WITH OREGANO.BOEUF À L'ITALIENNE (BEEF IN WINE).LASAGNE.RISOTTO.EGGPLANT PARMIGIANA.TOMATO SAUCE.TOMATO SALAD WITH OREGANO.ZABAGLIONE.CHESTNUT TORTA.ICING.BISCUIT TORTONI.MERINGUE NUTS.NORTH AFRICA.TCHAK-TCHOUKA (EGGS AND VEGETABLES).RED LENTIL SOUP.EGGPLANT SALAD.HUT MAMAR (Cooked Fish).MISSAA (Ground Meat and Eggplant Casserole).ADEFINA (Meat and Chick-Peas Cholent).KUSKUS.MAMOUL.PERSIA.ONION SOUP.JONDEE OF CHOPPED LAMB (Lamb Meatballs).CHIRIN POLO (Sweet Chicken Pilau).CUCUMBER AND YOGURT SALAD.STUFFED DATES.ROSE WATER FRUIT COMPOTE.HALVAH.SCANDINAVIA.HERRING SALAD.PICKLED HERRING.PICKLED FRIED FISH.LOX (Fresh Salmon).SALMON PUDDING.FISH PUDDING.MUSHROOM SAUCE.FRUIT SOUP.YELLOW PEA SOUP.BIKSEMAD (Danish Hash).VEAL WITH DILL SAUCE.BEEF LINDSTROM.SAILORS STEW.SPINACH PUDDING.CREAMED VEGETABLES.PICKLED BEETS.CUCUMBER SALAD.RHUBARB.DANISH PASTRY.ALMOND FILLINGCHEESE FILLING.PRUNE FILLING.CHOCOLATE ROLL.CARDAMOM BARS.SPAIN.HUEVOS EN SALSA AGRIA (Eggs in Sweet and Sour Sauce).GAZPACHO (Cold Fresh Vegetable Soup).BACALAO A LA VICCAINA (Dried Codfish).MONTANESA STEW.CALABACINES (Green Squash).CHURROS (Fried Batter).POSTRE DE NARANJA (Orange Dessert).RECIPES BY HOLIDAYSSABBATH.HALLAH.*SWEET AND SOUR SALMON.CHOPPED CHICKEN LIVERS.PETSHA.EGGS AND ONIONS.CHICKEN SOUP.SEMOLINA KUGELACH.ROAST CHICKEN.STUFFED HELZEL.POTATO KUGEL.CHOLENT.CHOLENT KUGEL.NOODLE KUGEL.EIER KICHEL (Egg Cookies).APPLE STRUDEL.CHERRY CAKE.HIGH HOLY DAYS.ROUND HALLAH.GEFILTE FISH.CARROT TZIMMES WITH MEAT.CARROT TZIMMES.LEEK PANCAKES.PUMPKIN WITH DUMPLINGS.DUMPLINGS.PINEAPPLE PUDDING.RAISIN CAKE.HONEY CAKE.TEIGLACH.APPLE AND HONEY COMPOTE.SUKKOT AND SIMHAT TORAH.STUFFED CABBAGE.MARINATED FISH.GRUENKERN SOUP.STUFFED BREAST OF VEALFRUITED MEATBALLS.FRUIT SAUCE.CURRIED FRUITS.TOMATO AND PEPPER SALAD.COLESLAW.BARLEY AND DRIED FRUIT.STRUDEL.PAREVE COFFEE CAKE.TOPPING.PINEAPPLE CAKE.APPLE CANDY.SIMHAT TORAH CAKES (Lekach).JAM-FILLED BARS.HANUKKAH.CHICKEN LIVERS IN WINE SAUCE.LENTIL SOUP.GLAZED CORNED BEEF.POT ROAST.CHICKEN FRICASSEE WITH MEATBALLS.MEATBALLS.PRUNE PUDDING.WINE SAUCE.FRUIT LATKES.SUFGANIOT (Israeli Latkes).COTTAGE CHEESE PANCAKES.POTATO PANCAKES.LEMON MERINGUE PIE.MERINGUE.APRICOT BARS.CANDIED ORANGE PEEL.MENORAH SALAD.CHOCOLATE PEPPERMINT COOKIES.MINT FILLING.TARTS.FILLING.MOCHA ICE CREAM (Pareve).PURIM.MEATBALLS IN TOMATO SOUPKREPLACH.TONGUE IN CHERRY WINE SAUCE.ROAST TURKEY.BREAD STUFFING.GRAVY.MASHED POTATO KUGELAPRICOT DESSERT.NAHIT.HAMANTASHEN (Pastry Dough).APRICOT FILLING.HAMANTASHEN (Cookie Dough).MOHN FILLING.PRUNE FILLING.COCONUT SQUARES.DATE AND NUT COOKIES.SUGAR COOKIES.SUMSUM HALVAH (Sesame Candy).STUFFED PRUNES.PEANUT BUTTER PEPPERMINT BARS.BLENDER CHOCOLATE DELIGHT.PASSOVER.HAROSET.KNEIDLACH (Matzah Balls).SHORT-CUT GEFILTE FISH.MATZAH FARFEL.ROAST LAMB.CARROT RING.CABBAGE AND FRUIT SALAD.BORSHT (Beet Soup).MATZAH BREI.MATZAH MEAL PANCAKES.TURKEY PANCAKES.BAGELS.BLINTZES.COCONUT PUDDING.ALMOND MACAROONS.COCONUT MACAROONS.CREAM PUFFS.BROWNIES.CHOCOLATE NUT TORTE.SPONGE CAKE.NUT CAKE.NO-BAKE SEVEN-LAYER CAKE.CHEESE PIE.FILLING.SOUR CREAM CHOCOLATE FROSTING.COFFEE NUT KISSES.EINGEMACHTS (Beet Preserves).COCONUT JAM.DATES IN WINE.ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY.SPINACH PANCAKES.STUFFED CHICKEN.KLOPS (Ground Meat with Eggs).SQUASH WITH TOMATOES.GEZER HAI (Carrot Salad).MIKTZAF SOLET (Farina Lemon Pudding).SEVEN SPECIES CAKE.FILLING.APRICOT CANDY.SHAVUOT.ALMOND SOUP.BAKED SALMON.BEAN SALAD.FISH MOLD WITH GRAPES.SAUCE.BUREKAS.CHEESE FILLING.BLINTZES.NOODLE AND CHEESE PUDDING.COTTAGE CHEESE MOLD.FESTIVAL PUDDING.BAKED APRICOTS.ROGELACH.FILLING.CHEESE STRUDEL.CHEESECAKE.PINEAPPLE CHEESECAKE.BABKA (Yeast Cake).FILLING.SHAVUOT DOUGHNUTS.MOUNT SINAI CAKE.FILLING.WALNUT BARS.CHOCOLATE BARS.FOOD FOR THOUGHTTHE BOUNTY OF THE LORD.FEEDING THE HUNGRY.THE ETIQUETTE OF DINING.DIETARY LAWS.THE QUEST FOR FOOD.BETTER THAN FEASTINGSERVING GUESTS.HORS D'OEUVRES: YIDDISH FOLK PROVERBS.POTPOURRI.INDEX OF RECIPES
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