Giveaway: Real Life Kosher Cooking Cookbook

My friend Miriam Pascal is back in bookstores, with her second book, titled Real Life Kosher Cooking, filled with easy to follow recipes in every category and lots of striking pictures that her fans from Overtimecook.com have come to love and expect.

I’ve already tried quite a few recipes that were simple and thoroughly enjoyed by my Shabbos guests and family for mid-week family meals. I was excited to try the soups first, as I make a soup every night during the winter months. Split Pea Meatball was an easy full meal in a bowl, that got better each day as the flavors melded together. Broccoli Zucchini soup is healthy and not a drop left in my house. On to Asian Corned Beef….I loved the glaze, thick and glossy but thought the cooking time was a bit too long. I’d definitely make it again with that in mind. And then….Miriam’s famous desserts, I’m always drawn to her cookies and delicious pies. The Golden Crunch Pudding cookies were a bit hit, and I even mixed in some
chocolate wafer cookies too which gave a mix of color to these treats. Admittedly, I’m always reluctant to use a store-bought crust but in these desserts a home-made crust is just unnecessary. The cinnamon bun pie….yum! And the fluffernutter brownie pie were both beautiful and rich and chocolaty.

Congratulations Overtimecook.com on your new release that fans will love. These crowd-pleasing recipes can be yours as a Hanukah present, YES!!! GIVEAWAY TIME!

Submit to enter, through December 10 at 12 am.
Submit to win this cookbook
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82 thoughts on “Giveaway: Real Life Kosher Cooking Cookbook

  1. How do I submit? I clicked where it says “submit to win” and “here” and everywhere I thought might be the link for the submission… Nu?

  2. I have Miriam’s first book, and was looking forward to this one! It would be a welcome addition to my over 200 cookbooks…Haven’t bought a new one in a long while. Stopped working because of a stroke at 59 and, although cookbooks are my weakness, I cannot rationalize buying one on one salary. Good luck with it! Ellen

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