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Poppy and Grandma's Layered Rakott Crumpli From 'Joy of Kosher'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 2 comments

Rakott Crumpli is a rich Hungarian casserole made with layers upon layers of eggs, potatoes, sour cream, and bread cumbs. Jamie Geller's version in Joy of Kosher is a bit less dramatic, since she uses only 2 layers of each. More

Poppy and Grandma's Layered Rakott Crumpli From 'Joy of Kosher'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 5 comments

Rakott Crumpli is a rich Hungarian casserole made with layers upon layers of eggs, potatoes, sour cream, and bread cumbs. Jamie Geller's version in Joy of Kosher is a bit less dramatic, since she uses only 2 layers of each. More

Latkes With Caviar and Cream From 'Joy of Kosher'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 2 comments

Latkes are a far more common sight at Hanukkah than Passover, but there's no real reason why you can't fry up a batch in the springtime. More

Latkes with Caviar and Cream From 'Joy of Kosher'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

Latkes are a far more common sight at Hanukkah than Passover, but there's no real reason why you can't fry up a batch in the springtime. More

Coq au Vin With Veal Sausage, Thyme, and Merlot From 'Joy of Kosher'

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Coq au vin was one of the first dishes that Jamie Geller learned to cook. As she tells it, her mother-in-law taught her how to gently simmer chicken in red wine sauce shortly after her wedding. The recipe in her new cookbook, Joy of Kosher, is a version of that dish—the chicken and red wine remain the same, but Geller has added slices of flavorful veal (or chicken) sausage to the mix. More

Coq au Vin With Veal Sausage, Thyme, and Merlot From 'Joy of Kosher'

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Coq au vin was one of the first dishes that Jamie Geller learned to cook. As she tells it, her mother-in-law taught her how to gently simmer chicken in red wine sauce shortly after her wedding. The recipe in her new cookbook, Joy of Kosher, is a version of that dish—the chicken and red wine remain the same, but Geller has added slices of flavorful veal (or chicken) sausage to the mix. More

Raw Root Vegetable Salad From 'Joy of Kosher'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 4 comments

Root vegetables may be most often eaten in the coldest depths of winter, but I actually like them best in early spring. New carrots and radishes are a sweet counterpoint to wintered beets, breathing new life into the tired roots. Add a burst of anise-y fennel and a smattering of chopped nuts, as Jamie Geller does in her new cookbook Joy of Kosher, and you'll have a brilliantly elegant and healthy side dish. More

Raw Root Vegetable Salad From 'Joy of Kosher'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Root vegetables may be most often eaten in the coldest depths of winter, but I actually like them best in early spring. New carrots and radishes are a sweet counterpoint to wintered beets, breathing new life into the tired roots. Add a burst of anise-y fennel and a smattering of chopped nuts, as Jamie Geller does in her new cookbook Joy of Kosher, and you'll have a brilliantly elegant and healthy side dish. More

Argentinian Brisket With Chimichurri From 'Joy of Kosher'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 2 comments

Brisket is one of the first dishes that comes to mind when I think of kosher meals, and the forgiving cut of beef is one of Jamie Geller's favorites to cook. While there were more traditional preparations in her book, I was drawn to this zippier Argentinian-inspired recipe. More

Argentinian Brisket With Chimichurri From 'Joy of Kosher'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 2 comments

Brisket is one of the first dishes that comes to mind when I think of kosher meals, and the forgiving cut of beef is one of Jamie Geller's favorites to cook. While there were more traditional preparations in her book, I was drawn to this zippier Argentinian-inspired recipe. More

Cook the Book: 'Joy of Kosher' by Jamie Geller

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I am sure that many of you will be celebrating Passover next week, and may be wanting to breathe some new life into your meals. Enter Joy of Kosher by Jewish food maven, Jamie Geller. Geller is the founder of a social website and magazine of the same name, specializing in approachable and often quick recipes for kosher families. More

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