Growing up in the only Jewish family on the Shetland Isles, Ethel Hoffman learned how to incorporate local ingredients into Jewish cooking. While her neighbours had fried herring or scones, the Hofmans ate homemade gefilte fish,mandelbrot and strudel. In that remote locale, Hofman learned firsthand that classic Jewish cooking is essentially a riff on local cuisine, working with available ingredients to keep within the laws of kashrut. From the former president of the International association of Culinary Professionals comes a beautifully designed, accessible and uniquely comprehensive guide to Jewish home cooking.
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