Joy of Kosher: Fast, Fresh, Family Rcipes by Jamie Geller

From the “jewish rachael ray” and founder of the kosher media network, a new cookbook with over 100 fast and family-friendly kosher recipes
By: Joy of Kosher
Sept. 24, 2013 - PRLog -- William Morrow is thrilled to publish JOY OF KOSHER: Fast, Fresh Family Recipes by Jamie Geller, hailed as the “Jewish Rachael Ray” by the New York Times (William Morrow Hardcover; October 15, 2013; ISBN: 9780062207821—$30.00; EBOOK ISBN: 9780062207838—$23.99).

Geller herself hasn’t always been kosher. Raised on take-out, it wasn't until her mid-twenties that she gravitated to Jewish observance, a lifestyle dropped by her family in recent generations. When she married her husband, she was dubbed the “Bride Who Knew Nothing” and was clueless about cooking. Joining his family meant celebrating more than 100 traditional holiday meals annually, complete with six-course homemade kosher dinners for the immediate and extended family. Determined to show everyone that she had what it takes and spurred to confront her “culinary clumsiness,” Geller didn’t just learn how to cook—she founded the Kosher Media Network and created cookbooks, magazines, a popular website and even a television show.

Millions have incorporated the tradition of kosher cooking into their lives and in her new book JOY OF KOSHER, Geller stresses that if she can put really good food on the table, anyone can. There is no slaving in the kitchen (no rabbi required!) and cooking kosher is really not as tedious or complicated as one might think. From sharing her stories of struggling in the kitchen to her triumph when hearing the highest praise of all: “More please, Mommy,” Geller takes her tried-and-true family meal recipes that come out right every time and makes them worthy of entertaining by including a "Dress It Up" option or an everyday "Dress It Down" option for each.

Fail-proof, family-friendly and delicious, JOY OF KOSHER is stocked with over 100 authentically kosher recipes fit for double duty cooking including:

Crystal Clear Chicken Soup with Julienned Vegetables and Angel Hair

Dress It Down: Chicken Noodle Alphabet Soup

Latkes with Caviar and Cream

Dress It Down: Sweet Cinnamon Latkes

Miso-Glazed Salmon

Dress It Up: Avocado-Stuffed Miso-Glazed Salmon

Gooey Chocolate Cherry Cake

Dress It Up: Red Wine Chocolate Cherry Heart Cake

Hearty Mushroomswith Herbs and Wine

Dress It Up: Mushroom Phyllo Cups

Garlic Honey Brisket

Dress It Down: Honey Brisket Pita Pockets

Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese

Dress It Down: Mac and Cheese Muffin Cups

Today Geller lives in Israel with her husband and their five children and in JOY OF KOSHER, she reminds us that “Food is an expression of love. And it doesn’t matter if you’ve never eaten kosher, always eat kosher, or go ‘kosher casual.’ What’s important is that food brings us together, and we all want to share our best, most delectable meals with the people we love. And when it’s kosher, we’re also pulling in thousands of years of love and tradition.”
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