Passover Seders Made Simple
There are many new faces around the Seder table today, and sharing the traditions and rich heritage of the Passover holiday can be challenging. That's why anyone hosting a Seder needs Passover Seders Made Simple. It's the ultimate how-to cookbook for planning a Seder, with lists, explanations, and sources for everything from Kosher foods to ceremonial objects to stocking the Passover pantry. You get six Seder menus to suit individual religious backgrounds, special diets, budgets, and time constraints. With Passover Seders Made Simple, preparing for Passover has never been so easy!
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 186.9 x 230.4 x 14.5mm | 427.98g
- 22 Feb 2001
- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- United States
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"Like the proverbial Jewish mother, Schulman provides the answers and then offers a veritable cornucopia of Passover recipes." --Chicago Sun-Times The Complete Seder Resource for Everyone Giving a Seder for the first time? Married to someone Jewish--but you're not--and wishing you knew how to host a Seder? Want to accommodate friends and family who are vegetarian or watching their weight or their cholesterol? Interested in learning more about Jewish traditions and creating a special, memorable Seder? Then let Zell Schulman be your guide. Her expertise and warm approach will make everyone comfortable creating just the right Seder. This One-Stop Seder Source Includes: Instructions for planning the SederLists, explanations and sources for ceremonial objectsMethods for stocking your pantry for PassoverExplanations for preparing the Seder plate and setting the Seder tableSix complete Seder menus: Ashkenazic, Sephardic, "Off the Shelf," Healthful, Vegetarian, Ecumenical Potluck, plus a chapter of additional recipesKosher wines, pronunciation key, glossary, and ingredient substitutionsWhy is this book different from every other Passover book? Because it really does make Passover Seders simple! Visit us online at www.idgbooks.com
About Zell Schulman
Zell Shulman (Cinncinati, OH) is a professional food consultant for Royal Wine Corp., columnist of "The Modern Jewish Cook for The American Israelite", and is active in local and national Jewish community organizations. He is also the author of the books Something Different for Passover and Planning Perfect Parties.
Table of contents
Foreword. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Passover Facts. Chapter I. Chapter II. Chapter III. Chapter IV. Chapter V. Chapter VI. Appendices. Bibliography. Index.