As you celebrate Purim this weekend, you will probably be enjoying a world of sweet treats, from Purim gift baskets full of cookies and chocolates to kosher wines. Purim is an important holiday for anyone with a sweet tooth! Those who prefer more savory fare tend to prefer Passover, which this year falls between Monday, March 25th – Tuesday, April 2nd. If you are unsure about what to make for the big meal, fear not! We have tons of wonderful Jewish cookbooks that cater to everyone from the kitchen novice to the master chef.
If you want to really impress your guests but are not exactly a kitchen whiz, go with Passover Made Easy. This cookbook features some really exciting dishes like brisket eggrolls and matzaroni & cheese. Although these dishes sound complex, Passover Made Easy allows you to create them even if you don’t have a wide base of cooking knowledge.
The Complete Passover Cookbook is an encyclopedia on kosher food for Passover, which is also applicable for year-round cooking. This features all the titillating variations on the classic and entirely new creations. The book assumes you have a bit more cooking knowledge, but it should still be a breeze for casual cooks. The cookbook also makes a wonderful Jewish gift for budding chefs.
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