Happy Memorial Day, friends! If you know me, then you know I love America. Bless our troops!
This isn’t your standard kosher cookbook! Instead of having chapters for seasons or meal types. Kim organizes her simple, seasonal recipes under categories such as “crisp”, “fresh”, “warm” or “saucy”. Saucy is right! This echoes Kim’s sentiment that “less is more, simple is always best, and food should look as good as it tastes and taste as good as it looks.” Speaking of looks, the book is chock full of photos (there is one of colorful beets that I seriously want to hang in my kitchen.)
Some of the standout recipes? Lemongrass Halibut with Cilantro and Peanuts, Eggplant with Spicy Harissa Dipping Sauce and Cinnamon-Hazelnut Pavlova with Raspberries for starters. Oh yeah. Kim offers helpful tips alongside each recipe such as what you can prep ahead of time and explains more obscure ingredients. It’s a winner!
Do you have any favorite new cookbooks?
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