Chewish: 36 Recipes of Love with Stories from Nama's Kitchen by Sandra Goldberg Wendel ~ Cookbook Review

Book Description: 

You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy these family stories or the ethnic-flavored goodies. Just pull up a chair to our dining room table and savor the love (served with a hearty dollop of butter and sour cream) in every recipe.

Like dessert, the best is saved for last, and you'll find Diana "Nama" Goldberg's easy recipe for the world's best cheesecake, along with family favorites for every course: matzo ball soup, beef tenderloin, farfel, strudel, kugel, mandelbrate, schnecken, and more, seasoned with dining room table talk and kitchen hints.

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A great cookbook that will make you feel like you are going down memory lane of your own childhood with your own Nanny. Sweet heartwarming stories and easy to make recipes of Jewish background, this is a great cookbook for all your cookbook lover friends and family. I love how easy the recipes are and that I have most ingredients on hand and if not they are easy to find at my local grocery store without having to go to a specialty shop. If you love streusel coffee cake, roasts, Rubens, kugel you will love this book too. If you are looking for something fancy then this isn't the cookbook for you. Be prepared from some nice home cooked food. 

I give this book a 4 out of 5 stars. 
~*Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions and thoughts are my own. *~


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