Named one of the Best Jewish Cookbooks of 2015 by The Forward!
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While sitting down to enjoy a meal together is undeniably bonding, working together to prepare it is even more so. Now, three chefs and longstanding members of Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan share classic recipes such as Weekly Challah, Latkes Four Ways, and Pumpkin Rugelach, plus an inspiring selection of contemporary dishes with a farm-to-table emphasis and international flavors. With anecdotal contributions from JCCs all around the country, this cookbook highlights the JCC’s vibrant, eclectic community—and celebrates all of its many flavors.
We can't wait for you to join us at our community table.
Praise for The Community Table:
"The way to anyone's heart is through his or her stomach, and in the tradition of The Settlement Cookbook, Katja, Judy, and Lisa bring us all to their community's table with mouthwatering recipes and charming anecdotes. With updated Jewish classics and good home cooking, let's hope this collaborative effort brings us back to the Jewish table. Bravo!"
—Joan Nathan, author of Jewish Cooking in America
"An engaging book, written with love, that is about pleasure and identity and creating bonds and conviviality. It is full of recipes that make you want to cook delicious food inspired by Jewish culture."
—Claudia Roden, author of the The Book of Jewish Food: An Odyssey from Samarkand to New York
"Having been in the 'Jewish food business' for 100 years, we Russes believed that we knew it all. But in this marvelous cookbook there are new dishes we had never seen and traditional dishes prepared in new ways. It is clear that all of the recipes have been created and presented lovingly."
—Mark Russ Federman, 3rd Generation, Russ & Daughters and author of Russ & Daughters: Reflections and Recipes from the House That Herring Built
"As practical as it is beautiful, this gorgeously illustrated book could not be more timely both in spirit and fact. It celebrates the the pleasures of home-cooking and shared meals with local and natural ingredients in tempting recipes both traditional and innovative."
—Mimi Sheraton, author of 1000 Foods to Eat Before You Die
Cajun Barbecue Brisket
Matzah Brei Sri-Lankan Style
The Haman-sant Equation
Honey Cake With Grilled Peaches
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