Legacy Passover recipes from Rhodes. (The book is back)

What are you making for Passover? A la muestra!, my legacy Passover recipe collection, long out of circulation (just like me), is back this year in a beautiful new edition that makes me smile, with revised commentary, larger fonts and photos, some adjustments to the menus and recipes, new serving suggestions, some interactivity with the blog, and my usual meticulous instructions that are written to ensure your results are not only delicious, but true to the authentic techniques, flavors and textures of classic Sephardic cooking from Rhodes. That’s a real revision!

45 pages of delicious recipes have been crafted into four Seder menus – to accommodate meat, fish, vegetarian, and vegan diets while remaining true to the form and content of a Rhodian Sephardic meal – plus additional recipes to enjoy throughout the holiday. The book is delivered to you as a pdf file you can print or easily read on your computer, phone, or tablet (very helpful if you know someone who’s visually impaired), and it has a section at the end for notes.

A la muestra! Traditional Sephardic Cooking Techniques and Passover Recipes from Rhodes makes a great gift, too. The reviews of this new edition are already coming in:

“I can smell the Seder; everything looks amazing!”

” (The) recipes look truly authentic and YUMMY!”

“Looks beautiful.”

“You’re such a great writer – now I’m ready to start cooking!”

The price is US$12; payment is accepted via PayPal.

Request your copy today via the comment box below. You’ll be rewarded with a beautiful, downloadable book, clear instructions, wonderful aromas, and pleasure on the tongue and in the tummy – the true essence of Sephardic cuisine.

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