NEW RELEASE! Table for Two

“I just made the S’mores Bars—they came out yuuuum! And I’m so proud of myself—they look exactly like the ones in the photo!”

“I tried the Sweet Chinese Chicken for supper—everyone’s plates were licked clean!”

“I had a ton of oatmeal to use up, so I made the Apple-Cinnamon Oatmeal for breakfast. So easy, and it was really filling—and delicious!”

Just a sampling of the rave reports that came pouring into our office just days after the release of Table for Two—A Kallah’s Cookbook. (The editor and proofreader actually gave their two-thumbs-up reviews before the cookbook came in—they snuck the recipes from the PDFs they were working off…shh!)

Let me set the record straight here: although yes, this cookbook is absolutely perfect for the kallah and newlywed just starting out in the kitchen, it is definitely not limited to those starry-eyed young ‘uns among us! The recipes here can—and SHOULD!—be used by every cook who’d like to see her food being eaten and blissfully enjoyed by her loved ones (which includes herself, too, of course!)!

What makes this cookbook so unique is how beautifully basic and simple the recipes in it are. How many hundreds of cookbooks out there have recipes like “Balsamic-Infused Cornish Hens with Rosemary and Thyme Sauce” and “Seven-Layer-Double-Chocolate-Caramel Torte with Rhubarb and Custard Cream”? I’m not saying those recipes aren’t delicious, of course (er, I don’t know about the Rosemary and Thyme Sauce…)—but tell me, which typical, crazy-busy wife/mother/homemaker-plus-employee is actually going to make that?!

The recipes in Table for Two are different. Every single recipe is easy to make, with a short and straightforward list of ingredients that you’ll actually already have in your house—yet, to put it in the words of one of the above recipe testers, they are all yuuum!

And that’s why this cookbook is so perfect for beginner cooks, like young kallahs and newlyweds. Not every girl gets married knowing how to make cholent, or potato kugel, or even basic chicken and rice! (I know I certainly had a lot of learning to do in my first kitchen!) With the release of Table for Two—A Kallah’s Cookbook, which includes all these basic, good “heimishe” recipes, plus lots of other, not-so-basic-but-still-incredibly-easy recipes, these girls, too, can hold their heads high in their kitchens, confident in the knowledge that they can and, b’ezras Hashem, WILL become fabulous cooks in no time!

Buy this stunning cookbook for the kallah whose bridal shower you need to bring a gift to. Buy it for your wife, or mother, or mother-in-law…or yourself! All of you will love it—we guarantee!

Click here to purchase online.

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