A comprehensive source in kosher cooking, you will find yourself referring to it time and time again. Filled with humorous illustrations, this book makes a great gift!
Living up to its title, read and discover how to turn virtually any recipe into a kosher delicacy. It has something for everyone. See what makes this book "Uniquely Kosher"!
About the Book
Experience Unique and Creative Ways of Kosher Cooking!
New to kosher? Learn creative ways to prepare your old favorite foods!
Always kept kosher? Enjoy new, previously unimaginable dishes!
“Fabulous Food Forgeries” demonstrate how to turn virtually any “treifah” [non-kosher] recipe into a kosher delicacy, using the Unique “Tri-Optional Ingredient System”, that allows one to make a recipe in one of three different ways- Dairy, Parve or Meat.
This book offers easy explanations on becoming and keeping kosher, and its informative tools are invaluable to even the most seasoned kosher cooks.
A comprehensive source in kosher cooking, you will find yourself referring to it time and time again. The book includes extensive lists of food substitutions, entertaining kitchen projects, and more. It truly has something for everyone.
All recipes have been tested, and many were inspired by commercial products and restaurant foods from decades ago. Some of these are no longer available. That makes this recipe collection even more special.
Filled with humorous illustrations, this book makes a practical and wonderful gift.
Read and discover what makes this book so “Uniquely Kosher”!
Chasya Katriela Eshkol is the Executive Director and founder of The Yoshon Network Inc., a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated solely to the mitzvah of keeping yashan. She has written articles for Jewish Spirit Magazine for the Cincinnati Community Kollel, created articles and poetry for the Cincinnati Jewish Women’s Journal, pen and ink drawings, the Pet Pride Inc. newsletter, and previously created word and crossword puzzles for The Morris Report. Her first published book was Can Do Kosher! A Quick and Concise Guide to Becoming Kosher, and is not likely to be the last.