“DEEP FLAVORS” UNCOVERED IN A CELEBRATION OF KOSHER RECIPES
Kenneth M. Horwitz: Producing Delectable Food More Than Just Process
A phenomenal cookbook is more than a compilation of recipes. The stories and history behind the meals you prepare are equally as important as the ingredients and preparation, particularly in the case of Kosher-Style Recipes. They are deeply rooted in tradition.
Kenneth M. Horwitz, “Deep Flavors” author, methodically presents his anthology of family recipes for original traditional and non-traditional Jewish, regional American, and international selections in a non-threatening format.
Without a doubt, step-by-step instructions are imperative because they teach as well as incite the cook to create. His fresh ideas for entrees, soups, side dishes, and desserts come straight from his heart.
That’s why you’ll savor every bite and the memories you share when you prepare your next meal with recipes from Deep Flavors. His collection is “A Celebration of Recipes For Foodies In A Kosher Style” and a labor of love.
For this reason, you’ll need to forget the fast food you ordinarily prepare for weekday lunches and dinners. Ideally, set aside time on a weekend or your day off to prepare your bread, main course, and side dishes so you can enjoy them all week.
Kenneth’s kosher-style recipes in this magnificent hardcover edition are driven by years of traditions with a unique spin on many of the flavors. They’re geared to the cook who enjoys the process of meal creation as much as the presentation and the dining experience.
Why would a travel writer review a cookbook? Because food is an integral part of my assignments and deeply rooted in creativity, artistry, and culture. Deep Flavors encourages family gatherings from the beginning to the end of your meal.
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