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by Jennie Grossinger


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Art of Jewish Cooking. Jennie Grossinger (1892–1972) was the celebrity whose zest for good Jewish food put Grossinger’s famous Catskill resort on the map, attracting more than 50,000 guests each year.

Art of Jewish Cooking.

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Jennie Grossinger was the celebrity whose zest for good Jewish food put Grossinger’s famous Catskill resort on the map, attracting more than 50,000 guests each year. She learned her traditional recipes in her mother’s kitchen; she was a firm believer in her mother’s maxim, No one must ever go away hungry! All you need for good Jewish cooking are good ingredients and plenty of them! Whether familiar or exotic-sounding, all these enticing foods are easy to prepare with this delightful, rewarding cookbook.

Jennie Grossinger, born to a poor family in a village in Austria, came to the New World, where she became not just successful, but reigning royalty of the Catskill circuit. Warm, kind, and generous, she was doyenne to an opulent resort affectionately known as n. Jennie Grossinger, born to a poor family in a village in Austria, came to the New World, where she became not just successful, but reigning royalty of the Catskill circuit.

Grossinger, Jennie Grossinger, 1892-1972. New York : Bantam Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; americana.

I'm not Jewish so I can't tell how useful this is from that point of view, although the way it separates "dairy" compatible and "meat" compatible dishes looks helpful

I'm not Jewish so I can't tell how useful this is from that point of view, although the way it separates "dairy" compatible and "meat" compatible dishes looks helpful. With due caution given the age of the book and the ocean which makes our measurements a bit different - the bit about "cups" is confusing even in the explanation - I may try out a few of the smaller recipes such as the honeyed carrots.

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VERY easy instructions and VERY VERY Jewish - lol. The only thing that you may want to substitute in the recipes - the 'fat' type products (chicken fat (!) shortening) that can be easily replaced using any type of oil/healthy-type spread(s). Authentic Jewish Cooking. com User, December 13, 2001.

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A veteran genius of a cook shows you how to prepare the richest, most luscious meals your imagination or appetite could desire! Jennie Grossinger was the celebrity whose zest for good Jewish food put Grossinger’s famous Catskill resort on the map, attracting more than 50,000 guests each year. She learned her traditional recipes in her mother’s kitchen; she was a firm believer in her mother’s maxim, “No one must ever go away hungry!” All you need for good Jewish cooking are good ingredients and plenty of them! Whether familiar or exotic-sounding, all these enticing foods are easy to prepare with this delightful, rewarding cookbook.

Comments: (7)

LivingCross
I first got this book as a young married woman learning to cook. for over 40 years it has remained my mainstay until it was virtually falling apart; the spine came away, the pages were falling out and I was keeping it together with rubber bands because I couldn't give it up. I figured it was out of print and then...a friend (a long long time friend) sent it to me as part of a Christmas present. I was shocked. The inside of the book was EXACTLY THE SAME! Ever page, the pagination, every drawing every recipes...it was simply a reprint of my original version. I was thrilled. I will never give up my original book (too many memories, too much spilled food on the pages, too many notes...) but I have since bought a few copies for others (one to my grandson) and hope they will grow to love this book as I have. I can't even say which recipe was my favorite because I have used so many of them. This is a wonderful book for a new cook, for a young cook, for an old cook looking for new recipes, for any and everyone. I cannot recommend it strongly enough.
santa
From simple kugels that take an hour to actually pickeling your own corned beef for 7, this book has everything.

My grandmother had 2 copies of this book and gave one to me. I have used the book for so many years that it broken half at the spine. It will be strange to look at recipe pages that don't have her handwriting in them. Nana has been gone for 7 years now, but everytime I cook from this book, it is like she is sitting at the kitchen table teaching me what to do again.
Zetadda
This book is amazing. As you read through the recipes and instructions you get a strong sense of the history behind it all. Back in the day they used every piece of the animals they slaughtered. Amongst the amazing recipes in here you'll find recipes for cooking beef tongue and instructions for removing feathers from a goose. I love this cookbook!????
Akisame
Replaced a copy I have had for too many years to count. Original was falling apart and held together with a rubber band. So many tried and true recipes that I grew up with. Was very happy to find the exact thing as what needed replacing.
Defolosk
So what? As if I should say something bad about this! Oy. Great standard in cooking. Glad to see that new copies are still around.
Nikok
I have searched for years now to find a good meat knish recipe. The web yielded no good results and the other books on Jewish foods fell short. This little book delivers! I was first impressed with the mini index on the back of the book and immediately went to the section on Knishes, Piroshki and Blintzes and found what I was looking for. Other gems are the sections on Appetizers and Party Snacks (chickpea hot dogs, traditional chopped liver), Pickles (delicious Pumpkin pickles) and the very basic but classic home made noodle recipe. Definately a must have book packed with both vegan and traditional recipes.
Brakora
The Art of Jewish Cooking (Grossinger) has been and will always be a favorite of mine! VERY easy instructions and VERY VERY Jewish - lol. The only thing that you may want to substitute in the recipes -- the 'fat' type products (chicken fat (!) shortening) that can be easily replaced using any type of oil/healthy-type spread(s). I've used and loved the recipes and adore this book! 10 Stars ! ! ! The Art of Jewish Cooking
I was very happy to find a replacement for the copy of this book that I have which was my mother's. My copy was falling apart so it was great to find an exact replacement - the only thing different is the picture on the front! - all the recipes are exactly the same.
The Art of Jewish Cooking download epub
Cooking Education & Reference
Author: Jennie Grossinger
ISBN: 0553763555
Category: Cookbooks, Food & Wine
Subcategory: Cooking Education & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam; Mass Market Paperback edition (March 1, 1995)