Cookbook

Hot off the Panini Press! Get yours today!

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!

 

Questions?

Please email any questions to Beth El Cookbook or call Deborah Genstein at 412-722-2939.

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