Cookbooks for Passover

Passover is an important Jewish holiday that typically falls in April and commemorates when Moses helped the Jews escape from slavery in ancient Egypt some 3,000 years ago.  Food plays an integral role in the celebration of Passover. 

Whether you’re cooking a traditional seder meal or looking for old Jewish recipes but with a modern twist, these books and ebooks  available with your Livingston Library card, should offer guidance and inspiration.

The Art of Jewish Cooking A Cookbook by Jennie Grossinger

Beyond Chopped Liver : 59 Jewish Recipes Get A Vegan Health Makeover by Kenden Alfond

The Essential Jewish Cookbook : 100 Easy Recipes For The Modern Jewish Kitchen by Marcia Friedman

52 Shabbats : Friday Night Dinners Inspired By A Global Jewish Kitchen by Faith Kramer

The Gourmet Jewish Cookbook : More Than 200 Recipes From Around The World by Denise Phillips

The Healthy Jewish Kitchen : Fresh, Contemporary Recipes For Every Occasion by Paula Shoyer

The Instant Pot® Kosher Cookbook : 100 Recipes To Nourish Body And Soul by Paula Shoyer

Jew-ish : Reinvented Recipes From A Modern Mensch : A Cookbook by Jake Cohen

The Jewish Cookbook by Leah Koenig

Jewish Holiday Baking : Inspired Recipes For Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, Purim, Passover, And More by Uri Scheft

King Solomon’s Table A Culinary Exploration of Jewish Cooking from Around the World: A Cookbook by Joan Nathan & Alice Waters (EBOOK)

Kosher Style : More Than 100 Jewish Recipes For The Modern Cook by Amy Rosen

Little Book of Jewish Appetizers by Leah Koenig & Linda Pugliese (EBOOK)

Passover Made Easy by Leah Schapira

The Perfect Passover Cookbook Family-Tested Recipes for Matzoh Ball Soup, Kugel, Haroset, and More, Plus 25 Desserts by Judy Bart Kancigor (EBOOK) 

-Archana, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian

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