A lighthearted introduction to the art of traditional Jewish cooking, which links Jewish foods and Jewish beliefs... in the old days the kiddush menu was simpler; there was sponge cake and marble cake, eyer kichel, herring, and whiskey. Eyer kichel, pronounced eye-er- kichel (with the acha combining to make the gutteral acheta sound) is the Yiddish name for an oldfashioned Jewish egg cookie. ... Ita#39;s sweet but not overpoweringly so, and ita#39;s the perfect complement to a cup of steaming hot tea or whiskey straight up.
|Title||:||Jewish Soul Food|
|Publisher||:||UPNE - 2015-03-22|