Speaking of cookbooks…need some recipe ideas for the High Holidays this year? These two new cookbooks (both scheduled for publication in mid-September) are perfect additions to your collection. Featuring contemporary dishes and new techniques, Kosher Revolution and The Kosher Carnivore will help liven up your holiday meal and be a sure way to impress your guests.
Kosher Revolution: New Techniques and Great Recipes for Unlimited Kosher Cooking, Geila Hocherman and Arthur Boehm (September 2011, Kyle Books).
Features recipes like Wine-Braised Short Ribs, Ratatouille Hash, Surimi “Crab” Cakes with Red Pepper Mayonnaise, and Asian Slaw with Chicken
The Kosher Carnivore: The Ultimate Meat and Poultry Book, June Hersh (September 2011, St. Martin’s Press)
Features recipes like Simplest Korean Kalbi Ribs, Lamb Tagine, Panko-crusted Chicken Cutlets, and Lemony Cauliflower Fritters
Originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Naomi is the executive director of Jewish Book Council. She graduated from Emory University with degrees in English and Art History and, in addition, studied at University College London. Prior to her role as executive director, Naomi served as the founding editor of the JBC website and blog and managing editor of Jewish Book World. In addition, she has overseen JBC’s digital initiatives, and also developed the JBC’s Visiting Scribe series and Unpacking the Book: Jewish Writers in Conversation.