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The Mile End Cookbook: Redefining Jewish Comfort Food from Hash to Hamantaschen Hardcover – September 4, 2012
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Featured Recipe from The Mile End Cookbook: Quick Cucumber Pickles
Makes 8 ounces or 4 servings
- 1 cup Diamond Crystal kosher salt cup sugar
- 2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper
- 4 teaspoons ground coriander
- 1 garlic clove, grated
- ½ English cucumber (about 8 ounces), skin on, sliced very thin, ideally on a mandoline
Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl. Toss the cucumber with 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon of the spice mixture (save the rest; it will keep for months at room temperature). Let sit 10 minutes before serving.
“With The Mile End Cookbook, Noah and Rae seamlessly reinvent the recipes of our ancestors in a style that’s at once thoroughly modern and truly authentic. These are the cravings of our people —past, present, and, thanks to Mile End, of future generations, too. Delicious, thoughtful, and utterly satisfying. L’Chaim!” –GAIL SIMMONS, AUTHOR OF TALKING WITH MY MOUTH FULL: MY LIFE AS A PROFESSIONAL EATER
“At long last my grandma’s Eastern European food gets the great chef treatment at Mile End. It’s the real deal, only—Grandma and Ma please forgive me—maybe better. Happily and deliciously hamische. No more calls home with desperate pleas for that seder-saving brisket secret (burn the onions!).”–PETER KAMINSKY, AUTHOR OF CULINARY INTELLIGENCE: THE ART OF EATING HEALTHY (AND REALLY WELL)
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only vaguely remembered. Trips to the one deli in town where we
Children were invited to the courtyard to choose our pickles and pickled tomatoes from the barrels....then off to the bakery in the cellar of a building redolent with smells of caraway, salt, poppy
Seeds, onions, etc. Then the joy of eating all of these delicious morsels. Thanks to this cookbook I will be able to recreate some
Of those long lost memories.
That said, the explanations are crucial to understanding the food, at least for New Yorkers . And get there early, they were out of most everything the evening we went.
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