Mother’s Day: Why not treat Mom to breakfast in bed, or maybe a family brunch with the whole family?Here are some simple suggestions for brunch or lunch. To minimize clean-up, use paper plates, cups, disposable cutlery and napkins. Buy fresh flowers and don’t forget those Mother’s Day cards! If you’re culinary-challenged, don’t panic. Keep it simple and enjoy the celebration.
Month: May 2008
The South Beach Diet Parties & Holidays Cookbook (2)
Going South for the Holidays
(For great hors d’oeuvres recipes from The South Beach Diet Parties & Holidays Cookbook visit Hors d’Oeuvres for a Crowd)
If you’re thinking about getting into a bathing suit for your winter vacation, let South Beach be your destination!
Entertaining doesn’t mean giving up the foods you love. Cardiologist Dr. Arthur Agatston has added yet another book to his popular South Beach Diet cookbook series. In The South Beach Diet Parties and Holidays Cookbook (Holtzbrinck Publishers, $32.00 Cdn), there are more than 20 menus and 150 healthy and delicious recipes for entertaining family and friends.
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The South Beach Diet Parties & Holidays Cookbook
Book Review by Norene Gilletz
Hors d’Oeuvres for a Crowd
(For some great recipes for Chanukah from The South Beach Diet Parties & Holidays Cookbook see Going South for the Holidays)
Entertaining doesn’t mean giving up the foods you love! Enjoy these easy delicious recipes from the South Beach Diet Parties & Holidays Cookbook.
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Passover Food Memories from a Food Maven
Norene Gilletz reviews Jewish Home Cooking: Yiddish Recipes Revisited
“Food can connect us to our past. In fact, food is often our very last and only connection to our pasts, enduring long after the old language has been forgotten and other traditions have died. There’s many a Jew, for instance, who identifies as a Jew mainly through his or her love of pastrami, or potted brisket, or chicken soup with matzo balls.”
In his poignant introduction, Arthur Schwartz invites his readers to join him on a wonderful, mouth-watering and sentimental journey through the memory-filled pages of his newest cookbook, Jewish Home Cooking: Yiddish Recipes Revisited (Ten Speed Press, $35, color photographs by Ben Fink).