Cookbook of the Jews of Greece

Cover of: Cookbook of the Jews of Greece | Nikos Stavroulakis

Published by Lycabettus Press in Athens, Greece .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Jewish cookery,
  • Jews -- Greece -- History

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Book details

Statementwritten and illustrated by Nicholas Stavroulakis.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTX724 S73 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 266 p. :
Number of Pages266
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16680149M

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An excellently researched book of the history and cooking practices, recipes of the Jews of Greece. I learned so much of this colorful history. It is in depth and written well. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful.

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Every recipe in the cookbook was tested by Mr. Stavroulakis. ''I stayed slim only because my friends like to eat,'' he said. The book is available for $18 from Cadmus Press, 25 Waterview Drive. The coffee table-sized book is clearly a labor of love, with over recipes, gorgeous color photos, clear instructions, a glossary of ingredients and terms, and even a section featuring Cohen Author: Katherine Martinelli.

The history of the Jews in Greece can be traced back to at least the fourth century BCE. The oldest and the most characteristic Jewish group that has inhabited Greece are the Romaniotes, also known as "Greek Jews".The term "Greek Jew" is predominantly used for any person of Jewish descent or faith that lives in or originates from the modern region of Greece.

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It is a history of divisiveness, with Jews taking different sides in wars they did not want. It is a history of localism, with anti-Semitism in.

Stavroulakis, former director of the Jewish Museum of Greece, has greatly enriched this collection of recipes gathered from the families of those who survived the Holocaust with details of the community’s history and its holiday rituals, as well such tidbits as the linguistic origins of.

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Like Machlin's book, this guide to Sephardic cooking (the food of Jews or descendants of those who lived on the Iberian peninsula) is transportive, Nathan says. Marks traveled as far east as India. Clifford A. Wright's most recent of numerous cookbooks is One-Pot other titles include A Mediterranean Feast: The Story of the Birth of the Celebrated Cuisines of the Mediterranean from the Merchants of Venice to the the Barbary Corsairs, with More than Recipes, winner of the James Beard Award for Best Writing on Food in as well as the Author: Vefa Alexiadou.

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The author of the book, Nina Benroubi, one of the very few Sefardic Jews that live still in Greece decided to collect in a book her culinary memories before they dissaper in the fog of oblivion.

The book starts with an Introduction to the culinary tradition of Sephardims. Fish was maybe the most important ingredient in the kitchen of Sefardims. Cookbook of the Jews of Greece is a collection of recipes collected by my high school history teacher Nikos Stavrolakis.

His book comprises representative recipes from the Romaniot and the Sephardim Jewish communities of Greece. Greece: The Cookbook is the first truly comprehensive bible of Greek food in English. Rapidly increasing in popularity, Greek food is simple to prepare, healthy and delicious, and, more than most other cuisines, bears all the hallmarks of the rich cultural history of the land and sea from which it is drawn.4/5(3).

He is the author of several books of Judeo-Greek Interest including an important guide to "Jewish Sites and Synagogues of Greece", a book on Judaeo-Greek cookery, "Cookbook of the Jews of Greece" and several other works.

He has also followed a separate career as a painter and illustrator and his works have been exhibited widely in the USA, UK. One of the most popular Jewish cookbooks of all time, 40 editions and nearly two million copies of The Settlement Cookbook have been sold. Like other early 20th-century Germanic-oriented Jewish cookbooks, this cookbook called for butter with meat, and routinely listed treyf ingredients such as shrimp and : Lara Rabinovitch.

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My goal is a comprehensive bibliography of English language Greek cookbooks (interesting cookbooks in Greek are also included). To submit additions or corrections to the bibliography, contact noted otherwise, all cookbooks are in my personal collection.

Vefa’s Kitchen by Vefa Alexiadou: Another classic, and staple on my family’s cookbook shelf so perhaps many already know of this r, it would be remiss not to mention it.

Considered a leading authority with 13 bestselling cookbooks to her name, Vefa Alexiadou is the queen of Greek book is truly like an encyclopedia of Greek recipes, you name it. Jewish cookbook author's new book follows ancient food paths.

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You can flip through this one when you’re feeling nostalgic for Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda shuk or when you want to find an authentic. Researching her new book, Goldstein discovered that the Spanish Jews who immigrated to Turkey after the expulsion maintained a cuisine similar to what they ate in Spain, while those who moved to Greece, for example, did not.

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Sephardic Jews have long enjoyed the tradition of dunking baked goods in their afternoon Turkish coffee, espresso, or after-dinner tea. Another Sephardic tradition of the Ladino speaking Jews from Greece and Turkey is a dairy Shabbat lunch featuring many baked delicacies like Cheese Borekas and Spinach Filled Savory Pastry.

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