NEW RELEASE ON DVD!
Did you ever want to know how to
prepare classic Jewish food? The secrets of traditional Jewish cooking,
previously passed only from mother to daughter, are revealed for all to enjoy.
This DVD will lead you step by step through fourteen delicious kosher recipes,
each accessible through a menu. Included are
appetizers, side dishes, main courses and desserts. The newly revised DVD
is supplemented by a recipe page online that you can access and print.
Jackie Frazin and Joanne Pepper.
Recipe Booklet Online
American Video Conference Award Finalist
90 min., #350, DVD, Color, $29.95
Cuisine Goes Kosher
Jerusalem was the site for a gathering of thirteen of the world's greatest
chefs, who toiled for two days to prepare a twelve course feast for the
senses. The celebration was for Jerusalem's 3000th birthday and yes-there
was a catch. Everything had to be kosher! That certainly presented a challenge
for Chef Michel Trama of L'Aubergade who used vegetarian milk for his Creme
Patissiere and Chef Joel Robuchon who prepared Creme de Coco truffee without
creme fraiche or smoked pork. The documentary follows the fun as each chef,
including New Orleans' Paul Prudhomme (pictured to the left and who created an entirely new dish
for the event), prepared for the big moment when 350 lucky guests would
arrive for dinner.
52 min., #363, Color, $29.95
"It's fun to watch as the
chefs embark on a military-like occupation of the enormous kitchen, where each
presides over his own eager mini-army of sous-chefs and kitchen aids, some of
whom traveled from as far away as Orthodox Brooklyn for a chance to learn under
a master of gourmet cuisine, even if only for a day...Beautifully captured. A
feast such as this one may happen only once every three millennia or so, but for
kosher foodies, it's the stuff dreams are made of."
-The Jewish Journal