jewish cooking of different countries/cultures
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Even though I am not of Jewish heritage, I do enjoy Jewish cuisine, at least the very little I know.
I have both the Edda Servi Machlin's books, one of which she gave me herself after a presentation of the same she gave at the place where I work.
Edda is a lovely lady, who was born and grew up in an almost totally Jewish old town in Tuscany: Pitigliano.
I also have another Jewish cookbook but, for the life of me, I cannot remember the title right now.
A drizzle of honey is a good book, almigwin. Use it in good health!
I did some scans of privately published/community cookbooks last week and have loaded them into my library. Most of them come up under "kosher".
Along with the lemons, I also have kumquats preserving. I hadn't seen kumquats at the store for perhaps a year, so when I spotted them (organic and grown 10 miles up the road no less) next to the lemons, I bought 2 pounds on impulse. Unfortunately, I can't eat the only dish that uses them in the cookbook, so I'll have to search around for a way I can use them. They'll be good for 6 months, so I have time.