The new e-cookbook, “4 Bloggers Dish: Passover; Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors” brings mouth-watering, kosher recipes from four passionate award-winning food writers. The bloggers behind the book: Whitney Fisch of Jewhungry, Liz Rueven of Kosher Like Me, Sarah Lasry of The Patchke Princess, and Amy Kritzer of What Jew Wanna Eat, share several accolades among them including features in WSJ, Babble.com, The Today Show, The Nosher, The Jewish Press and more. Entitled, 4 Bloggers Dish; Passover: Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors, brings together the four distinct personalities and talents of these accomplished foodies in this one-of-a-kind culinary experience.
With recipes resulting in food so delicious, you’ll want to cook them all year long; this e-cookbook provides at-home cooks with a modern take on traditional Passover cooking.
Rueven explains . . . “In reading one another’s food blogs, we discovered a shared passion for re-inventing traditional. My grandmother’s simply potted meats inspired the Balsamic Braised Short Ribs recipe while Amy Kritzer’s Matzah Brie Caprese is savory Italian spin on the classic matzo dish with fresh basil, tomatoes and gooey mozzarella.”
More than just a cookbook, 4 Bloggers Dish; Passover: Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors, is a one-of-a-kind Passover ‘how-to’. Aside from incredible recipes, this e-cookbook also includes step-by-step instructions and beautiful visuals as well as helpful tips such as Freezer Instructions, Prep Ahead Rules, and a To-Go Guide that make this a must-have cookbook for every at-home chef for not only the Passover season, but all year long.
Kosher for Passover has never been made more appealing and easy thanks to 4 Bloggers Dish; Passover: Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors. These recipes will become the new traditional meals this Passover and for years to come.
With money-saving ideas, traditional and new recipes, this book has it all.
You can download 4 Bloggers Dish; Passover: Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors beginning on March 5, 2014 on Amazon*, for $7.99 – and to sweeten the pot, the e-cookbook will have an early bird discount of $1.99 until March 16, 2014! In addition, during the ‘early bird special’, 50% of all proceeds will go to Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger, an organization whose mission is to provide for people who are hungry while at the same time advocating for other ways to end hunger.
So what makes this e-cookbook different from all other e-cookbooks? The cooks!
The collaboration between these four expert food writers has resulted in a beautiful and seemingly effortless cookbook. Their passion and love for cooking is alive on the page. Let’s meet the creators . . .
Born and raised in Marietta, Georgia, Jewhungry creator, Whitney Fisch, didn’t always keep kosher. She was raised on a healthy diet of traditional Southern food (read: mac n’ cheese and bbq ribs) with a side of traditional Jewish food (read: brisket and kugel). Now a personal chef and school counselor with a family of her own, Whitney now keeps a kosher home. And since she still craves the flavors of her youth, she now creates (mostly) healthy and always kosher dishes that satisfy her Southern Jewish roots. While her recipes have been featured on Babble.com and The Nosher, Whitney was most recently a top 10 Finalist for The Kitchn’s Homie Award, a Top 5 Finalist for The Joy of Kosher’s 2013 Best of Blogger award and most recently won the 2013 Best of Food award from This American Bite.
What Jew Wanna Eat creator, Amy Kritzer, got her start cooking tasty Jewish treats with her Bubbe growing up in Connecticut. Whether braiding a challah or making homemade crepes into blintzes, some of her favorite memories were gossiping with Bubbe as they served delicious food to the family. After a stint in New York City as a conference producer, Amy moved to Austin, TX in 2009. Soon after moving, Amy left the business world to attend Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School to hone her cooking skills and work on her passion. She now works in the culinary field full time as a personal chef and recipe developer. Her recipes and writing have been featured in numerous publications and websites including The Today Show, Cosmopolitan and Bon Appetit and in 2012 she was a finalist in Daily Candy’s Start Small, Go Big small business competition.
Sarah Lasry founder and curator of ThePatchkePrincess.com & Kosherstreet.com, and is the former chef/owner of the famed Tastebuds Cafe. She is also the best-selling author of an acclaimed kosher gourmet cookbooks series, currently featuring The Dairy Gourmet (2006) & The At-Home Gourmet (2010) & The Party Gourmet (release date Sept. 2014). Both of her websites deal with everything FOOD and yet, it’s never just about food for Sarah. Her passion for flavors and the experience of kosher food helps her broaden the scope of how we enjoy and see kosher. Sarah’s day-to-day life working as a recipe developer, food writer, specialty food product consultant, and a sought-after restaurant whisperer helps these break-out sites cover a newer, far more extensive palate of kosher tastes and trends. Her recipes and work have been featured in the WSJ, the Jewish Press, Asbury Park Press, Philadelphia Jewish Times, The Lakewood Shopper, American Jewish Times, The Jerusalem Post, Ami Magazine, Binah Magazine, Mishpacha Magazine, The Hamodia, Bitayavon Magazine, Joy of Kosher, FOX 5 TV, The Morning Show, WPIX 11 News
Liz Rueven, founder and editor of Kosher Like Me, provides a resource for food enthusiasts who honor the rules the way she does. She’s kosher at home, vegetarian on the go, and always on the lookout for the most scrumptious, organic, seasonal dishes wherever she lands. She blogs about what like-minded eaters are seeking — restaurant and product reviews, seasonal recipes for kosher flexitarians, a calendar of events, and profiles of innovative makers in the food world (hello chocolate). Her recipes have been featured on The Nosher, The CT. Jewish Ledger and Kosher Eye. Her recipe for Beer Braised Turkey Tacos was recently voted the winner by readers looking for out of the box ideas on how to use turkey leftovers after Thanksgivukkah (Kol Foods recipe contest). Most recently, Relish.com named Rueven one of 5 Jewish bloggers to follow.
*Cookbook is compatible for Kindle, the iPad and the Nook.*