Like the exodus, it was years in the planning, but happened in an instant! Hard to believe it’s finally here—the inaugural edition of Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller. I’m so giddy, I feel like celebrating. Maybe I’ll cook up something special and not even count the calories!
“Why is this magazine different from all other kosher magazines?” Glad you asked. Together with my managing editor Victoria Dwek and our talented staff, we want to bring you not only EXCLUSIVE recipes, but also the cooking secrets of culinary stars from every corner of the world. Featuring famous food columnists and a column by yours truly with my signature (all new) Quick & Kosher recipes, you’ll be delighted by the range and diversity of flavors within these pages.
In the first issue, we get right to the Great Passover Challenge. One of my lifetime culinary goals is to cook and bake for Passover and hear my guests say “that’s delicious”—not “that’s delicious for a Passover cookie.” So we’ve packed this issue with over 75 scrumptious recipes that you’d be proud to serve any day of the year—they just happen to be K for P.
David Kolotkin, Executive Chef at Prime Grill in New York, shows us how to prepare gourmet Pesach meals, Prime Grill style; and Laura Frankel, Executive Chef for Wolfgang Puck’s kosher catering division, shares six of the most refreshing and beautiful Passover desserts. We also have you covered for the entire holiday, with light and family-friendly breakfasts, lunches, and dinners specially tailored to suit your Chol Hamoed schedule.
And at the beginning of April we’re moving our blog to our new website – check it out at: JoyofKosher.com. With over 5,000 recipes—the largest online kosher recipe database—it’s a totally comprehensive and interactive community. Become a member (for free!) and you’ll be able to craft a member profile, upload your own recipes, save recipes to your individual recipe box, rate and review recipes, and win awesome prizes and giveaways.
Now you see why I’m so excited! Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller magazine allows you and I to touch base every month, and through JoyofKosher.com, we can share ideas every day. So come join me in my new “kitchen.” You can be sure that everything you’ll find there will be as fresh as today’s bread—or, um—matzah.
Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller is available this week with Ami Magazine – packaged as 1 with 3 other magazines – Ami, Ami Living and Ami for only $2.99 and next week it will be available in select locations as a standalone for $2.99 – so go and get the entire package for the special introductory rate while it lasts!!! Available at kosher stores in:
Lower East Side
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