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  • Hardcover: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Kyle Books (5 April 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0857830546
  • ISBN-13: 978-0857830548
  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 1.4 x 25 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,638 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Ruth Joseph has written on food for a wide range of publications, including the Guardian, Red magazine and the Daily Express. She now contributes regularly to The Jewish Chronicle and most recently published the Jewish cookery book 'Warm Bagels & Apple Strudel'. Ruth has appeared on several TV programmes including The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best. She lives in Wales with her husband Mervyn and dog Poppy.

www.ruthjoseph.co.uk

Twitter @RuthJoseph4

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'With over 150 Jewish home-cooking recipes, the home-brined salt beef and baked lemon cheesecake are top of our list to try out.' Sainsbury's Magazine

'Whatever religion you are, your mouth should start watering approximately immediately upon opening the book.'
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'A flick through the pages reveals a wealth of wonderful tasty recipes, handed down from generation to generation.' -- Junior

About the Author

Ruth Joseph has appeared on several TV programmes including The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best. She contributes to the Food pages of The Jewish Chronicle and lives in Wales with her husband Mervyn and dog Poppy. Simon Round is features writer and former Food Editor of the Jewish Chronicle.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ShaunaG on 5 May 2012
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I love spending spare time trying out new recipes, so returning from a trip to Krakow where I sampled many delicious Jewish dishes, I bought "Warm Bagles and Apple Strudel". I was not disappointed - despite my worry that I might not know the ingredients or that the dishes would be too difficult to make. I have tried four of the recipes in two days and, based on the success of these, I will make two more dishes tomorrow. I can say that this is just the second cookery book I have done this with - the recipes are that good and easy to follow!

So what sort of recipes are there in this book - well, there are recipes for all tastes - for those familiar with Jewish food and looking for some nostalgia and for those who are not so familiar (like me) but want to try new things. The instructions are clear, the photography is wonderful and the ingredients (at least most of them) are in your kitchen already!(As an aside, the introduction is poetic and beautifully written and the information on the history of the food is a fascinating addition).

So, what did I make? Well, firstly, I made "Vanilla and Almond Kipferl" - beautiful scented biscuits, *divine* and easy to make. Then I made "Tomato Rice Soup" followed by "Leak and Pea Pie". For dessert, I tried out the "Coconut Clouds". All the dishes turned out brilliantly and my husband and children just loved them. There are some great recipes that will be just perfect for dinner parties as well.

Each dish I made not only tasted great but looked and smelled great - hence the title of this review: Food for all the senses. I'll defintely be making more of Joseph's recipes and this book, already, is one of my kitchen's *well-used* books! Highly recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Catherine Merriman on 10 May 2012
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I loved this book, as much for the information and mini-essays on the background to Jewish food, as for the scrummy recipes. I took it upstairs as bed-time reading, and read the whole thing in two nights. For a non-Jew like myself, the sections on Jewish dietary customs and practice were exotically fascinating.
Also Ruth Joseph is clearly someone who not only loves making food, but who wants us to be environmentally sensible about our purchases - this comes across very strongly. So you can indulge yourself, and feel good that you aren't damaging the world in doing so!

The first recipes I'm going to try are the soups... then the breads....then the cakes...
Oh, and the photography in this book is wonderful.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Middlehurst on 13 May 2012
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A wonderful book. Evocative and enthralling. I love the way Ruth Joseph manages to combine clear, mouth-watering and enticing recipes with the narrative of Jewish food and its prominence and importance in the life and culture of the Jewish people, both before and since the diaspora. So much I didn't know! And how interesting to have the history and the laws surrounding Kosher food revealed through the recipes and the loving memories they invoke. Ruth writes beautifully from the heart and the book is sheer pleasure.Warm Bagels & Apple Strudel:Over 150 Nostalgic Jewish Recipes in association with The Jewish Chronicle
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SAM B JACOBS on 27 Jun. 2012
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At last we are able to cook and eat traditional Jewish food without being felled by the schmaltz (fat) content. All thanks to Ruth Joseph's brilliant new book. She substitutes the deadly ingredients of the older style cookbooks-meant to help one survive a Lodz winter of minus a thousand degrees, in the Tzar's Pale of Settlement, rooting in impacted ice for a turnip. Those of us today, with central heating & coronary heart disease and expanding waistlines need 'Warm Bagels & Apple Strudel' with it's lighter, healthier and just as tasty recipes. Her recipe for Shabbat Almond, Peach and Apple Kuchen is gorgeous! And if you don't feel up to cooking it you can always eat the pictures which are a feast in themselves. I now eagerly await Ruth Joseph's Vegetarian Jewish Cookery book to be commissioned and published to make my cooking life complete. It seems to me amazing that nothing of that kind-of any quality-yet exists on the market!Ruth Joseph is clearly the writer to create it.Warm Bagels & Apple Strudel:Over 150 Nostalgic Jewish Recipes in association with The Jewish Chronicle
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Reader Ruthie on 23 May 2012
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Since I was a child, I have loved cookery books. At one time I had about 100 but moved house so had no room for them all. Not a problem as recipes are easily available on the internet. However, as soon as I saw this book, it was a "must have". I am Jewish so always on the lookout for delicious, easy Jewish/kosher recipes. This book has this big time. Don't be deceived by the title. There are recipes for bagels and apple strudel but there is loads more. Ruth Joseph gives alternatives to dairy products when using recipes which contain meat. This is because kosher Jews do not mix meat and milk products in the same meal. This, for me, makes the book unique. Saying that, there is no doubt that you don't have to be Jewish to love this cookbook. There are quite a lot of kosher cookbooks written by well known Jewish cooks. This is the best. I have bought one each for my daughter-in-law and future daughter-in-law and I am sure they will love it as much as I do.
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