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The Kosher Baker

Author : Paula Shoyer
ISBN : 9781584659495
Genre : Cooking
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This extraordinary bible of kosher baking breathes fresh life into parve desserts and breads

The Holiday Kosher Baker

Author : Paula Shoyer
ISBN : 1454907142
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For kosher bakers, this book is nothing short of a revolution. Featuring more than 45 Passover dishes, plus recipes for every Jewish holiday, this comprehensive and contemporary collection is an absolute must-have. Even less-observant Jews will enjoy celebrating with these decadently delicious delicacies, including an exquisite Raspberry and Rose Macaron Cake. Plus, there are nut-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and low-sugar treats!

Jewish Aviators In World War Ii

Author : Bruce H. Wolk
ISBN : 9781476623559
Genre : History
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More than 150,000 American Jews served in the air war during World War II. Despite acts of heroism and commendations, they were subject to bigotry and scorn by their fellow servicemen. Jews were sometimes characterized as disloyal and cowardly, malingering in the slanderous (and non-existent) “Jewish Quartermaster Corps” or sitting out the war in easy assignments. Based on interviews with more than 100 Jewish air veterans, this oral history features the recollections of pilots, crew members and support personnel in all theaters of combat and all branches of the service, including Jewish women of the Women Airforce Service Pilots. The subjects recall their combat experiences, lives as POWs, and anti–Semitism in the ranks, as well as human interest anecdotes such as encounters with the Tuskegee Airmen.

Matzoh Ball Gumbo

Author : Marcie Cohen Ferris
ISBN : 9780807882313
Genre : Cooking
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From the colonial era to the present, Marcie Cohen Ferris examines the expressive power of food throughout southern Jewish history. She demonstrates with delight and detail how southern Jews reinvented culinary traditions as they adapted to the customs, landscape, and racial codes of the American South. Richly illustrated, this culinary tour of the historic Jewish South is an evocative mixture of history and foodways, including more than thirty recipes to try at home.

Cleveland Ethnic Eats

Author : Laura Taxel
ISBN : 9781598510539
Genre : Travel
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Follow this unusual dining guide to a world of exotic cuisines—right here in our own backyard! These 373 authentic ethnic restaurants and markets (from more than 50 different countries and cultures) are recommended by the experts: Cleveland's ethnic citizens themselves. Laura Taxel found out where they go for an authentic meal; her book shares those delicious discoveries. Detailed listings tell what you'll find when you go, from menu items and specialties to prices, hours, ambiance, attire, and parking.

The Orifice As Sacrificial Site

Author : James Alfred Aho
ISBN : 0202369811
Genre : Psychology
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The Orifice as Sacrificial Site bases its argument on expert histories and primary documents of selected religions. Although based on textual analysis and documentary evidence this is essentially a social study. The goal of Aho's study is to discover explanatory principles of orifice management, rather than to expound on the peculiarities of individual faiths. The work locates the attributes religions share, instead of the qualities that differentiate them. The argument of the book is that these preeminently private sites are in reality "publicly accomplished." The most secret reaches of our personal geographies, our orifices, are products of more encompassing structural circumstances, of which we have only a dim grasp. Thus, one can speak with appropriate caution, of a prototypical "Jewish mouth," and of a uniquely different "Christian mouth"; of orthodox "Brahmanic genitals" and of their diametric opposites, "tantric genitals." The task of this fascinating study is to elucidate the nature of these mysterious precincts and, above all, to demonstrate how they have come to acquire the special qualities they do. In order to do this, the author examines the prophetic moment of a people's cultural ethos, the circumstances surrounding that point in time during which their dominant faith acquired its characteristic "orifice signature"; and second, to the organizational matters concerning that faith, its boundary concerns, internal hierarchies and disputes, and the external market situation. The author aims to show how the social regulation of bodily orifices is, if not mechanically determined, at least made understandable in light of religious and theological concerns. These are examined through a social science lens that offers amply illustrated, detailed, cross-cultural studies of orifice taboos in Christianity, ancient Judaism, Brahmanism, tantric Hinduism, and some tribal cultures. Aho's argument will add support for the theory that orifices are at the center of all political and religious disputes. James Aho is professor of sociology at Idaho State University. Among his earlier books are two celebrated studies of survivalist and hate groups in the northwest, The Politics of Righteousness and This Thing of Darkness.

The Kosher Companion

Author : Trudy Garfunkel
ISBN : 1559723971
Genre : Cooking
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Discusses the origins of kosher dietary laws, provides tips on how to buy kosher foods, and offers kosher recipes

Let My Half Cry

Author : Leon B. Van Leeuwen
ISBN : 9780595428441
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Let My Half Cry is the autobiographical journey of author Leon B. van Leeuwen, beginning with his childhood as a Jewish boy growing up in Holland in the 1920s and 1930s and continuing with his sudden immigration to America during a terrifying time in history.Mr. van Leeuwen experiences a normal childhood until, in 1939, history changes his life forever. A growing fear of the Nazis prompts his father to buy his family passage to America, where he believes they will be safe from the impending threat. Together with his mother and siblings, van Leeuwen leaves his father behind in Holland and escapes to New York to begin his life as a refugee in a new world, eventually hearing the terrifying news that his father has been taken prisoner at the Bergen Belsen concentration camp.Mr. van Leeuwen gives us a rare glimpse into a world that no longer exists by providing rich detail about his childhood, his school days, his family, and their neighbors. He also paints a vivid picture of the Dutch Jewish culture and rituals. Most importantly, Let My Half Cry shows us that the love of a parent can overcome insurmountable odds, transcend continents, and reunite a family torn apart by tragedy.

Kosher For Everybody The Complete Guide To Understanding Shopping Cooking And Eating The Kosher Way

Author : Trudy Garfunkel
ISBN : 0787975877
Genre : Cooking
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You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy the benefits of kosher food. In fact, of the millions of people who buy kosher products, only 8% do so for religious reasons. In Kosher for Everybody, the ultimate guide to the ever growing world of kosher foods and services, you’ll find detailed information on The meaning of kosher and how to interpret the symbols used to identify kosher products Kosher meats and poultry Cooking kosher, including more than fifty tasty, easy-to-prepare recipes, from appetizers and soups to main courses and desserts How to buy and prepare food that is healthy and kosher Kosher wines Buying Kosher products by mail Kosher foods for vegetarians and those who suffer from lactose intolerance or an allergy to milk products Where to find kosher hotels, resorts, camps, restaurants, supermarkets, and caterers in the United States, Canada, and worldwide Traveling kosher, including kosher cruises, kosher tours, and travel agents Kosher cooking classes Online resources for the kosher consumer And much more

The Gluten Free Bible

Author : Jax Peters Lowell
ISBN : 9781466806184
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The definitive guide to the gluten-free lifestyle, completely revised and updated for the 2.2 million Americans with celiac disease According to a landmark 2003 National Institutes of Health study, 2.2 million Americans suffer from celiac disease, an allergy to the protein gluten found in wheat. Since this book was first published in 1995 (as Against the Grain), Jax Peters Lowell has been helping celiacs follow a gluten-free diet with creativity, resourcefulness, and humor. This edition includes chapters covering - the latest research into celiac disease, and myths that have been debunked - how to eat out happily, including a short course in restaurant assertiveness training - how to eat in happily, including a discussion of online and mail order suppliers and negotiating the supermarket as a celiac - dozens of delicious new recipes - drugs, cosmetics, and other products tested for celiac-safety - a thoroughly updated resource section Tens of thousands of celiacs have already enhanced their lives with Lowell's authoritative, witty, and practical guide. The Gluten-free Bible promises to bring relief to the new gluten-intolerant generation.

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