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The Joy of Jewish Cooking

And the books to accompany it

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Is it really all that surprising that the woman whose Upper East Side apartment has 1,500 cookbooks—out of a collection that once numbered 10,000 (more than most institutional cookbook libraries)—immigrated to America 50 years ago from Israel? Haaretz has a great profile, complete with her list of six Jewish cookbooks you simply have to own (including one by Tablet Magazine contributor Joan Nathan). Which ones did she miss?

Six Essential Cookbooks Jewish Kitchens Must Have [Haaretz]

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Jane says:

Great article. I would like to add Marci Goldman’s cookbooks on Jewish baking. Thank you!

Fred Mason says:

@Jane…thanx for the tip…ordered Marci Goldman’s Jewish Holiday Baking book…

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The Joy of Jewish Cooking

And the books to accompany it

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