B’nai Brith Canada recently acquired the copyright to the iconic cookbook, Second Helpings, Please! The acquisition coincides with the book’s 50th anniversary and B’nai Brith is celebrating with Second Helpings…Encore!, a kosher epicurean gala that will be held on Nov. 21 at Universal Eventspace in Vaughan, Ont.
The NEW Food Processor Bible by Norene Gilletz Kosher Cookbook Review
Scroll down to the bottom to get to Norene Gilletz’s Heavenly Chicken Recipe, Cranberry Chicken Meatballs and No Fry “Fried Rice” recipes!
The New Food Processor Bible, Revised and Updated 30th Anniversary Edition by Norene Gilletz contains more than 600 Fast & Fabulous recipes. It truly is the go-to book for all your cooking needs. As someone who is only a few years older than the 30 years Norene has been publishing cookbooks, I can say that I am the generation that grew up on Norene’s recipes. I remember the original yellow spiral bound Food Processor Bible well from my mother’s kitchen shelves and can find there many of my favorite dishes from childhood well into adulthood.
THE NEW FOOD PROCESSOR BIBLE
revised & updated
30th Anniversary Edition
More Than 600 Fast & Fabulous Recipes
Paperback, 496 pages
Whitecap Books, $29.95, 2011
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18 March 2011
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There is much ado about nothings
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