We recently posted here about Mother's Best, the cookbook by renowned local chef Lisa Schroeder. Well now we're back to tell you about some the many (and we do mean many) other cookbooks we have in stock right now. Whether you want to learn to make traditional Israeli food, Inquisition era Jewish recipes or delicious street cuisine, we've got you covered!
A Drizzle of Honey: The Lives and Recipes of Spain's Secret Jews, by David M. Gitlitz and Linda Kay Davidson, explores the cuisine of the Jews living in Inquisition era Spain. Using documents from the time, Gitlitz and Davidson uncovered nearly a hundred of the Sephardic recipes that were used by those trying to hold onto their Jewish identity while maintaining their secrecy in order to survive. Each recipe is accompanied by text telling the story of it's creator, giving the reader some historic insight as well as delicious food.
Renowned celebrity chef Susan Feniger has always found inspiration in food carts on the streets all around the world, and it's paid off. Over the course of her thirty year career, she has opened two restaurant, starred on the Food Network and appeared on Top Chef Masters. In her book, Street Food, Feniger shares 83 of the recipes she's re-created from her travels to Vietnam, Turkey, Mongolia and many other countries. Included in the book are personal travel stories, vacation snapshots and tips on possible ingredient substitutions.
Of course these are just a few examples of some of the cookbooks we have available in the shop. Come on by and find the perfect one for you. Also! Lately we've been really upping our supply of jewelry. Check out some of the gorgeous pieces currently in stock below, and stay tuned for more to come!