This book is a collection of family favorite recipes from many cultures, Old and New World. It is intended to create a legacy and to share traditions. Cooking is nurturing, joyful, and even spiritual. Many recipes represent a heritage of Sephardic cooking. Sephardic refers to Jews who were expelled from Spain in 1492, most ending up in the Ottoman Empire. The cooking is mostly Mediterranean-style food, with many Ladino-Spanish names. The recipes can be intricate and time-consuming, but this book aims to keep the age-old tradition alive and available to future generations with how-to photos, tips, and tools for ease of preparation. Some recipes are favorites for Jewish holidays with a section just for Passover. Other recipes are thoroughly American, including Thanksgiving fare. Also included are favorites of my clients who order food like their mother used to make, from my hobby business: www.sephardicdelicacies.com.11a2 loaves frozen bread dough 1a4 cup melted butter or margarine 1 cup sugar 23 tsp. cinnamon 1/3 cup lightcolored corn syrup Thaw bread, but do not let it rise . Roll dough into walnutsized balls. Roll each ball in butter. Mix the cinnamonanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Legacy of Sephardic, Mediterranean, and American Recipes|
|Publisher||:||LifeRich Publishing - 2015-01-21|