Whether you want to make challah for Shabbat or babka for brunch, my new cookbook, The Essential Jewish Baking Cookbook: 50 Traditional Recipes for Every Occasion (Rockridge Press, 2021), will be your go-to resource, even if you’ve never tried your hand at Jewish baking before.
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Why you’ll love this cookbook!
When I first started my blog, I thought of myself as a savory cook, not a baker. Turns out I have baking genes (thanks Bubbe). AND I’ve written my very own cookbook, The Essential Jewish Baking Cookbook, all about Jewish baking for every occasion including yeasted doughs, pastries, cookies and so much more.
Each recipe includes easy-to-follow directions and uses basic ingredients to ensure you get it right, even if you’ve never tried your hand at Jewish baking before.
Want to surprise your significant other or a friend with just the right nostalgic baked good for a Jewish holiday? This is the book for you.
Praise for the Jewish Baking Cookbook
Jewish Baked Goods for any Occasion
You don’t have to be Jewish to make this book a trusted baking resource in your kitchen. Who doesn’t love babka? Or bagels? Or a no-fuss, no-knead rye bread? Lots of my testers weren’t Jewish and return to the recipes over and over again.
Whether you’re hosting a meal for the High Holidays – Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur break-the-fast, or celebrating the miracle of oil at Hanukkah, or attending a Passover seder, this book has just the right recipe for every occasion.
Buy my cookbook now!