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The Art of Jewish Cooking by Jennie Grossinger (1983-02-05)

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  • By Claude Berman on October 8, 2015

    A classic, I have one from my grandmother and sent this to my son. I particularly love the stuffed cabbage.

  • By Alexandra K. Rolde, M.D. on February 28, 2014

    your website is not accepting this very quickly, but for the third time, I am trying to tell you how happy I was to receive this brand new copy of a book I had had and used for 40 years and my chocolate lab took a liking to and chewed up recently, much to my display. Thank you for having it.

  • By Shirley Silverman on January 7, 2014

    I used this book many years ago and my edition fell aparat baecausae it was a paperback. Since then I have wanted to make some of the recipes thaty I remember from this book so I was glad to get another copy. It hasd great recipes and I would recommend it to amyone looking for Jewish cooking.

  • By Mitchell D. Miller on March 30, 2013

    Comprehensive, nostalgic, wonderful. Recipes from Grossinger's Hotel.I waited tables at Grossinger's in the early 70's. Hard work, great food.

  • By Smartshopper on November 7, 2010

    My wife has used this cookbook for years. Somhow her well worn copy was misplaced. I was fortunate to find one on Amazon

  • By Pamela L. Winter on March 25, 2005

    This is the cookbook that started it all and the book by which all other Jewish cookbooks aspire. It is homey and the recipes contained in its pages are sure to please your old-world longings or handed-down memories. Be forewarned that none of the original recipes are low-cal, low-fat anything and if you indulge, you can almost hear your arteries slamming shut. But just one taste of a light, fluffy matzo-ball . . . let me tell you, it's a machiah!

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