The Artisanal Kitchen: Jewish Holiday Baking: Inspired Recipes for Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, Purim, Passover, and More

The Artisanal Kitchen: Jewish Holiday Baking: Inspired Recipes for Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, Purim, Passover, and More

The Artisanal Kitchen: Jewish Holiday Baking: Inspired Recipes for Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, Purim, Passover, and More 

Since EVERY HOLIDAY IS AN EXCUSE TO EAT SOMETHING DELICIOUS

Prepare your way through the Jewish occasions with 25 madly scrumptious, idiot proof plans—including Poppy Seed Hamantaschen for Purim, Coconut Macaroons for Passover, Apple Babka for Rosh Hashanah, jam-filled Sufganiyot for Hanukkah, thus substantially more. These dishes from ace cook Uri Scheft, writer of Breaking Breads, catch the Old World/New World/awesome kinds of contemporary Jewish and Israeli food.

About the Author
Uri Scheft runs Tel Aviv’s Lehamim Bakery, which has been in operation since 2001. He is also the founder of Breads Bakery in New York City, which gained an immediate cult following when it opened in 2014. Born in Israel to Danish parents, Scheft grew up in both Israel and Denmark and divides his time between Israel and the United States.

Raquel Pelzel’s work has been featured in Saveur, the Wall Street Journal, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Shape, and Epicurious, among many others. Formerly an editor at Cook’s Illustrated and the senior food editor and test kitchen director for Tasting Table, Pelzel has written more than 20 cookbooks and has judged Food Network shows including Chopped Junior and Beat Bobby Flay. Pelzel lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her two sons.
I have had my eye on this cookbook since it arrived online and have been anticipating it highly. It is small in size but huge in content. I really appreciate the notes and techniques included within the recipes. I am finding myself, a highly proficient Jewish baker, learning so many new things about recipes I have made for as long as I have been cooking. --J. Dehart

I'm a fan of Uri's bakery "Bread" on Instagram and if I ever visit New York his bakery is on my list of places to visit. I was excited to pre order this book so I can try and make some of his goods at home. The book arrived smaller than expected. It would have made a beautiful coffee table book to put out during the holidays if it wasn't so small. There is a lot of photos, but I wish there was more descriptive photos on the different type of challah braids or step by step photos on making the babka. This is easy enough to find on pinterest or the internet but it just would have been nice to have in the book. --JF 

Okay. So I’m not saying this was a Merlot fueled purchase, but I am saying I didn’t bother to read the reviews. Okay it was definitely a merlot fueled purchase. This is a teeny tiny book and all of the recipes are all ready in Uri’s other book Breaking Bread. But it’s still very lovely and you don’t have to skim through a lot of variations and recipes to get to your favorite. I kind of wish there were some original Pesach recipes in here, which is why I docked a star. Otherwise this is great and I’d be willing to lend this out whereas I won’t even let my kids touch my copy of Breaking Bread!!! --A. Hoff 

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