Entree to Judaism for Families: Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children
According to author Tina Wasserman, her new book Entree to Judaism for Families: Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children gives "parents and grandparents the opportunity to spend time with children and give them skills and confidence through cooking, while sharing the vibrant history of their families and the Jewish people as told through food."
Entree to Judaism for Families follows Tina's best selling cookbook Entree to Judaism: A Culinary Exploration of the Jewish Diaspora, which lead readers on a journey to sample the food and stories of Jewish communities around the world and across the ages.
Entree to Judaism for Families provides the essential tools for helping children learn to cook with confidence, with clear, step-by-step instructions for every recipe and tips for adults to make the experience safe and rewarding. Every recipe is also a story, and Entree to Judaism for Families provides opportunities to share those stories, by learning the rich history of the communities that created the food, and sharing that food with your own family.
Entree to Judaism for Families features:
"Kitchen Conversations" — conversations starters and activity suggestions to help families connect to Jewish history and each other
Beautiful photographs of every recipe in the book
Dozens of recipes for holidays or any day
Historical background for the recipes and the communities that created them
"Tina’s Tidbits" with tips for cooking with children and other suggestions for making the recipes your own
NEW COOKBOOK! Includes over 275 recipes and dozens of full color photos. Features "Tina's Tidbits," fun facts and great cooking tips for every recipe. Accessible, easy-to-follow recipes for the novice home cook and expert chef alike.
SPECIAL VALUE! Entree to Judaism for Families: Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children follows Tina's best selling cookbook
Entree to Judaism: A Culinary Exploration of the Jewish Diaspora, which
lead readers on a journey to sample the food and stories of Jewish
communities around the world and across the ages.
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