This is the cover of my new cookbook. I’m so excited!
And that dish, the one that’s on the cover, is one of my favorites. It’s a version of shakshuka, which is usually a veggie-and-egg dish, but this one has crispy little pieces of Mergeuz sausage. Quite the fabulous dinner, brunch or weekend lunch dish.
The book will hit the shelves in November but you can preorder it here (lowest price I’ve seen), here, here and here, and find an indie store to order here.
As I mentioned in my first post about the book, Don’t let the title stop you if you aren’t kosher or aren’t Jewish. This is a book of modern American recipes, not traditional Jewish recipes. But so many kosher home cooks buy cookbooks and then have to think about changes and substitutes to non-kosher recipes that I figured I would do exactly that in this book (as I did with my first kosher cookbook, Hip Kosher).
So if you happen to keep kosher, you can prepare every single one of these recipes in your kitchen.
The book includes the usual categories: soup, salad, meat, dessert and so on. And special ones that have been requested by readers: Breakfast/brunch/sandwiches, Budget oriented recipes, Vegetarian recipes and Hors D’oeuvres/Appetizers. Also a chapter on Passover.
Don’t forget to send receipts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first hundred receipts we get at that address for pre-order copies will get a bookplate signed by yours truly. I know there have been pre-orders but not 100 receipts to that email address — so SEND THEM IN!