Suggested Menus for Rosh Hashonah from Jewish Holiday Cook Book: Traditional menus–with recipes–for Rosh Hashonah.
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Jewish Holiday Cook Book, Leah W. Leonard, 1955: First edition, first printing of the Jewish Holiday Cook Book, published by Crown Publishers, Inc., New York. Hard cover cookbook with 184 pages. No dust jacket. Book is in mint condition. Definitely gift quality.
First chapter is on the Hebrew calendar and Jewish holidays and food associations. It has recipes for Sabbath, Rosh Hashonah, Yom Kippur, Succoth, Channukah, Tu b’Sh’vat or Chamiso Oser b’Sh’vat, Purim, Pesach or Passover, Lag B’Omer, Shevuoth, and home celebrations, including Brith Millah, Ben Zocher, Pidyon’-aBen, Bar Mitzvah, Bas Mitzvah, weddings, anniversaries, luncheons, and receptions.
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