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The Holiday Kosher Baker: Traditional & Contemporary Holiday Desserts

Mystery Pastries and Impulse Buys

Cami

Pros: A lot of color photographs and some how-to photographs. Recipes arranged by holiday.

Cons: Not every recipe has a photograph.

It is funny what draws you to a cookbook.  Sometimes it’s the cover. Maybe it’s an author you recognize. Or maybe, just maybe, it is one little pastry or other wonderful creation that calls out to you.  This last applies to me.  While perusing cookbooks at the local book store, I was intrigued by a tray full of little bronzed pastries on the front cover of “The Holiday Kosher...
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The Holiday Kosher Baker: Traditional & Contemporary Holiday Desserts

The Holiday Kosher Baker: Traditional & Contemporary Holiday Desserts

“It is funny what draws you to a cookbook.  Sometimes it’s the cover. Maybe it’s an author you recognize. Or maybe, just maybe, it is one little pastry or other wonderful creation that calls out to you.  This last applies to me.  While perusing cookbooks at the local book store, I was intrigued by a tray full of little bronzed pastries on the front cover of “The Holiday Kosher...” --Cami

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