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Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Our Mother's Recipes - Jewish Cookbook.

Easy Jewish Recipes: Bringing Tradition to Your Kitchen

Everyone loves traditional Jewish cooking. The problem is, not everyone has the time to prepare their favorite Jewish meals.  Let's face it, not many of us can spend all day in the kitchen like our mothers used to do.  Fortunately it is possible to enjoy your favorite Jewish dishes without breaking a sweat.  It's just a matter of finding easy Jewish recipes that fit your tastes and schedule.  Have no experience whatsoever with Jewish cooking?  Don't sweat it!  There are great Jewish recipes that don’t take a lot of time.

Yummy and Easy

Whether you want comfort food like Jewish chicken soup or a filling meal with brisket as the main course, there are many easy Jewish recipes to try out in the kitchen. Yummy potato latkes, delectable blintz dishes and satisfying beef briskets can often be prepared with little time and effort.  Don't let the taste fool you.  The best Jewish dishes can be prepared quickly, so there is no reason you and your family can't enjoy them every day of the week.

Easy Jewish recipes aren't just a great resource for experienced cooks who are just looking to save time in the kitchen.  Easy Jewish recipes are also a great way to prepare a delicious meal and to break into the tradition of cooking Jewish cuisine.  If you've never tried Jewish cooking before and you don't want to start out with the most complicated dishes, then easy Jewish recipes is a great way to break into the Jewish cooking experience.

Satisfy Your Cravings

Now, you may be asking yourself, can easy Jewish recipes really satisfy your cravings for the best Jewish foods?  Don't be fooled into thinking that dishes prepared from easy Jewish recipes don't taste as good as the more complicated ones.  Some of the best Jewish dishes are very simple and easy to prepare. Our Mother's Recipes cookbook is filled with fantastic recipes that even people with the most discerning tastes can enjoy.  You’ll find easy recipes not contained in the cookbook by roaming around our Web site. 

There is no reason to avoid your favorite Jewish meals due to a hectic schedule or a lack of advanced cooking skills.  Not all good meals take hours to prepare or a degree in the culinary arts.  Easy Jewish recipes can fill your kitchen and your life with the Jewish food you've been longing for, without the hours of effort that you just don't have the time to put in.  If you’re not familiar with Jewish cuisine then use our recipes to start your own family traditions.  

Armin Feldman and Dorene SagerBio: 

Dorene Sager and Armin Feldman are sister and brother.  The idea for the cookbook sprang from the discovery of a treasure trove of their mother’s recipes after she passed away. Now Our Mother’s Recipes, Carrying On a Jewish Tradition is a website, a cookbook, a TV show and a place to learn about what the best Jewish cuisine has to offer.
 Dorene Sager: Dorene represents the best of so many different things. Dorene is a cookbook author, a wife and mother, a commercial real estate broker, a devoted family member, a true friend and so much more.  Dorene is a fantastic cook in her own right. She learned a lot about cooking from her mother, Helen Feldman.  Dorene is married and has three children and 6 grandchildren.  Dorene and her husband just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Dorene enjoys reading, movies, playing canasta, and of course cooking.
 Dorene says,  I had so much fun working with my brother putting together all of the different ways to showcase our mother’s recipes.
Armin Feldman: Armin wears a number of hats too. Armin is a cookbook author, husband, dog lover, supporter of friends and family, medical doctor and a lot more. Armin is also a wonderful cook.  From the time they could reach the kitchen counter, their mother taught Dorene and Armin how to make traditional Jewish recipes. If you watch the videos on their website, http://www.ourmothersrecipesonline.com , you can feel the joy these siblings radiate while cooking their mother's recipes.  You can also sign up for the recipe of the week sent right to your email address.

Armin says, What a treat to work with the best sister ever in creating all of these venues to showcase our mother’s remarkable culinary skills.

Add a wonderful cuisine to your everyday meals and special gatherings. Traditional Jewish cooking is flavorful, fun and hearty particularly with Our Mother's Recipes, Carrying on a Jewish Tradition. These recipes have been handed down through many generations influenced by Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Spanish, German and Eastern European styles of cooking. In our family all of these cultural influences were combined, synthesized and affected by local ingredients through the years resulting in sumptuous, rich and wonderfully fulfilling traditional Jewish dishes. Try our mother's farfel instead of noodles. Replace that tired chocolate cake with some really yummy Helen Feldman brownies or warm fruit compote. You will have the secret to Jewish penicillin, chicken soup with matzo balls. There's enough here to keep you going for years of great food, family, friends and memories to enjoy.

There will be a virtual book tour starting on December 15th. See the vtb banner, or full schedule here 

The Book Launch will be on February 1.  Anyone who buys the book from Amazon on February 1 will get 25 entries into the Book Launch Contest.  There are other ways to get entries.  One is to comment on three of the blogs on the tour days.  See the schedule.

To get your entries and to find out how to get more entries visit http://www.ourmothersrecipesonline.com to access the contest form.

The prizes:
$100.00 Amazon Gift Certificate for a Kindle
Two $50.00 Amazon Gift Certifcates
Authors can choose a video book trailer or Facebook Welcome Page instead of the Kindle.


  1. I love this book! Thanks for hosting Louise :)


  2. I am looking forward to this book. Who doesn't love a some great Jewish food?

  3. this book sounds wonderful. Many thanks for this post.

  4. This book sounds delicious! Thanks for the post =)