Cookbook

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Our favorite recipes are always the ones we’ve tasted at friends’ and relatives’ homes.
Those labors of love are contained in THIS labor of love—

The Cookbook includes:cookbook

  • 350 kosher recipes
  • tried-and-true favorites
  • a durable 3-ring, hard-cover book
  • an envelope to add your own favorite helpful cooking hints & substitutions

This keepsake cookbook is “pass down to your children and grandchildren” worthy, and only $20 per book!

 

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