June 25, 2020
Reservation for 2 please! Where? In your own kitchen, because Einat Admony along with Janna Gur has cooked up the best cookbook, Shuk: From Market to Table, the Heart of Israeli Home Cooking, and we are ready to be served! Shuk is included in every Einat Admony CrateChef box this month and it is a cookbook-game-changer when it comes to homemade Israeli cuisine. In this cookbook you will be given amazing market-to-table Israeli recipes and you'll also be introduced into the Israeli culture through photography, cooking, and travel diaries - and all from within your own home! This “fiercely determined chef” has taken the Israeli food game by storm in New York City with her three restaurants, Balaboosta, a fine-dining Middle Eastern restaurant, Kish-Kash, New York’s first couscous bar, and the falafel chain, Taim.
Shuk, meaning market, is a cookbook that is built around eight shuks, or markets in Tel Aviv. This diverse cookbook is filled with beautiful and colorful dishes, yet the recipes are created in a way to be simple and approachable for any cook at any level! From salads and soups to meat and desserts and all the way to border-crossing dishes from the surrounding Middle Eastern countries, Shuk fully captures the essence of Israel and the modern-day cooking that’s done there.
With pages set up like a kitchen cupboard, first with a pantry and spice rack, and then a page that gives you steps to blend your own spices, Shuk, is chock full of everything you need to master Israeli cuisine. Whether you want to cook up a dip like Filfel Chuma, or make a patty like Ktzitzot, this cookbook is all you need to succeed and will inspire your own cooking creations with some new flavors.
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