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Pearl of Cooking : Part 2 - Rice Dishes By Smadar Ifrach
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Book of recipes for Rice Dishes, easy to prepare, Kosher,Jewish cooking, kosher recipes,Recipes can be on the table in 30 minutes and even less,highly recommended!!! 10% of all proceeds go to... More > cancer research donation !!! Help us to help cancer patients ... Thank you for your purchase...< Less
MORE Puzzle Tov! By Peter Weisz & Alex Freuman
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MORE Puzzle Tov! is a sequel to the highly popular Puzzle Tov!, a challenging collection of Jewish-themed riddles, puzzles, brainteasers and kosher conundrums. This volume includes some of the most... More > elegant and enigmatic brain-busters ever devised. Dozens of puzzles, at all levels of difficulty, all with a bit of Jewish tradition included, make MORE Puzzle Tov! more fun than a barrel of kosher pickles. You don't have to be Jewish and you don't have to be a math genius to enjoy these delicious brainteasers. More challenging. More educational. More fun. More Puzzle Tov!< Less
Cook With Kids 123 By Smadar Ifrach
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I was born and grew up in Israel; I am the 15 th generation of the family dynasty in Israel, My dear grandmother of blessed memory, yakira Hazan, taught me dishes from all over the world, … I... More > took inspiration from my childhood to this book is for kids who want to learn to cook - at any age, a detailed explanation of each recipe, food kosher, recipes that kids love to eat!!!! 10% of all proceeds go to cancer research donation !!! Help us to help cancer patients ... Thank you for your purchase...< Less
cook with kids 123 By smadar ifrach
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I was born and grew up in Israel; I am the 15 th generation of the family dynasty in Israel, My dear grandmother of blessed memory, yakira Hazan, taught me dishes from all over the world, … I... More > took inspiration from my childhood to this book is for kids who want to learn to cook - at any age, a detailed explanation of each recipe, food kosher, recipes that kids love to eat!!! 10% of all proceeds go to cancer research donation !!! Help us to help cancer patients ... Thank you for your purchase...< Less
Cook It French! Easy Recipes for Purim By Alice Level
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This cookbook gathers French recipes centered around the Jewish Holiday of Purim. Filled with traditions and fun, this book will help make any Purim celebration exciting.
Christian Insight into the Eucharist Simplified By Fr. Bill McCarthy and James Tibbetts
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The book on the Holy Eucharist gives some background not usually found in most books on the Eucharist. Other books separate the Mass from the context of the first and second centuries. By the third... More > century the Breaking of the Bread (1st and 2nd centuries) became the Eucharist (3rd century) with a formal Mass similar to what we know today, such as one of the oldest masses, the mass of St. James, which is similar to an orthodox mass. This book is focused on the biblical lifestyle and insights of the Breaking of the Bread in the early Church and its history, background and development in relation to kosher and related Jewish practices which are foundational in the Mass. Jesus just didn’t create something new out of nothing; the Breaking of the Bread is tied in with the Jewish Tradition in a very deep way, kosher, Pentecost, tongues and related practices. It has a miraculous and healing aspect to it that most forget about.< Less
Christian Insight into the Eucharist Simiplified By Fr. Bill McCarthy & James C. Tibbetts
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This is a “celebration” in a charismatic orientation like it was in the early Church. Jesus just didn’t create something new out of nothing; the Breaking of the Bread is tied in... More > with the Jewish Tradition in a very deep way. It has a miraculous and healing aspect to it; the Holy Eucharist gives some background not usually found in most books on the Eucharist. This book is focused on the biblical lifestyle and insights of the Breaking of the Bread in the early Church and its history, background and development in relation to kosher and related Jewish practices which are foundational in the Mass.< Less
Israeli Recipes: Ancient Flavors Coming Together By Ronald Geskey
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Israel, of course, is known in the Bible as the land of milk and honey. But for a long time the country did not have a recognized culinary heritage. Thankfully, today it does! Israel's diverse... More > population makes its cuisine unique. People from more than seventy different countries, with many different foods and customs, currently live in Israel. Many people began arriving in 1948, when the country, then known as Palestine, gained its independence from Great Britain. At that time, large numbers of Eastern European Jews hoped to establish a Jewish nation in Israel. They brought traditional Jewish dishes to Israel that had been prepared in countries like Poland, Hungary, and Russia. The Palestinians, most of whom were of Arab descent, enjoyed a cuisine adapted from North Africa and the Middle East. Try the recipes, you’ll like them!< Less
Ancient Foods & Recipes of the Ages: Ancient Jerusalem By R.D. Dalen
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The unsuccessful Bar-Kochba uprising against the Romans in the second century BC severely depleted the Jewish population and made normal life virtually impossible, causing in a return to ancient... More > agricultural patterns and a sharp decline in importations of goods. A variety of fruits were also grown, including pomegranates, peaches, almonds, nuts, apples, pears of various kinds, carobs, black strawberries, citrons, peanuts, and pistachio nuts. Legumes such as ful, vetches, sweet peas, beans, lentils, peas, lupines, and sesame continued to constitute food staples. However, the main crops were still wheat, olives, and grapes. The typical meal consisted of a slice of bread dipped in oil or vinegar, a dish of legumes (soup or gruel), and fruits, particularly figs. Chapter 5 includes a large variety of Jewish recipes based on the period.< Less
Passover By Smadar Ifrach
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This cookbook recipe of the Jewish holiday:-Passover holiday, festive and special holiday dishes, and customs of the Jews, it is very easy to prepare, kosher recipes!!! 10% of all proceeds go to... More > cancer research donation !!! Help us to help cancer patients ... Thank you for your purchase...< Less

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