It is March and almost time for Purim, it actually falls this week on the 19th. Along with the recipes that I posted for the Corned Beef and Cabbage and the Irish Soda Bread this has been one of the most visited posts on my blog during the last month or so. So I thought I would give you a little redux...
A Treasury of Jewish Holiday Baking ". I gave my copy of this book to a dear friend from Germany who admired it while visiting me and sat in my home one afternoon reading through it for hours. I just had to give it to her, thinking I would just order another for myself. I went to order another copy and then found it was out of print at the time. Much to my horror I only found one used for over $100.00. I kept on looking and was able to eventually get another used copy. This is a must have book if you are interested in Jewish baking. Luckily for everyone there is a newer edition...a 10th anniversary edition is available now.
A Treasury of Jewish Holiday Baking
I may be working on another recipe this year, stay tuned...but for now...here you go, it has never let me down.
I would also like to take a moment to thank all of you who visit my blog...I know not everyone comments, but I know you have been here. I would also like to thank those of you who email me with questions, comments, and compliments...I hope I am answering you as quickly as possible and know I love hearing from you. I am always happy to share recipes that have been favorites of my family...I hope they become favorites of yours as well.
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