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Starred Review. Pastry expert and baking instructor Shoyer proves that readers don't need to deprive themselves of sweets just to keep kosher in this outstanding collection for all seasons and faiths. Bakers with access to parve (kosher) versions of cream, cream cheese, and other key ingredients (tips and name brands are provided) will find a litany of recipes for Passover, Seder, and other special occasions. Yes, there are Babkas, Rugelach, Hamentaschen, and Challah, but there is also a rich Chocolate Mousse Truffle Cake, easy and impressive Cinnamon Palmiers, classic French Macarons, a Pistachio and Raspberry Tart and the ingenious Scones au Chocolate, virtually all of which are within the reach of most bakers and budgets. Grouped by effort, from quick desserts requiring only one-bowl (Amaretto Cookies, for instance) to more advanced dishes like Coconut Cake with Lime Filling, Shoyer gives bakers plenty of options for all tastes with copious instructions and photos throughout. Simple but crucial tips like keeping a few sticks of margarine in the freezer so it'll behave more like cold butter when it's time to make pie or tart dough ensure dishes turn out the way they were intended, making this a can't-miss collection of classics. Photos.
“Amaretto cookies, challah beer bread pudding with caramel sauce, and chocolate babka are among the delectable desserts featured in this beautifully illustrated cookbook. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. Both novice and experienced cooks will enjoy having this book in the kitchen.”―Jewish Book World
“The Kosher Baker offers a wonderful range of recipes that will delight both new and experienced bakers. The book contains over 160 recipes, all of which are pareve (dairy-free), making them good options to serve after any kind of meal. . . . This book is a wonderful addition for the cookbook shelf for all community, public and synagogue libraries.”―American Jewish Libraries
“It’s a terrific cookbook and the cinnamon bun recipe was a winner, and not too difficult to make.”―A Kitchen in Brooklyn
“Delectably delicious desserts (all pareve!) Plus: It’s enhanced with gorgeous photos and a pleasing design.”―Chicago Jewish Star
Havent tried any of these recipes yet! But will.Thank youPublished 6 months ago by jeanalexis macdougall
My niece loved this book I gave her as a gift. She doesn't necessarily, keep kosher, but for Passover she said it really did help with the dessert thing, at that time.Published 11 months ago by dawn in fort lauderdale
A very useful, practical book. All the recipes are parve. There is a separate section for Passover. Read morePublished 12 months ago by perthaus
I always enjoy learning new techniques for baking. It was a joy to find delicious kosher recipes that my family could enjoy.Published 18 months ago by Kozy Nook
There isn't a recipe in this book that I wouldn't try! The photographs are beautiful, and the directions are clearly written.Published 21 months ago by roygbiv