Levana's Complete Rosh Hashanah Menu
Excerpted from The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen
Celebrated chef and restaurateur Lévana Kirschenbaum has selected two delicious sample Rosh Hashanah menus, in keeping with her philosophy of cooking and entertaining: simple, healthy and fun. Both her all-Ashkenazi and all-Sephardi menus give the reader the full measure of Lévana’s extensive repertoire.
Format: ebook Adobe PDF
Pages in printed book: 27
There is no cuisine Lévana doesn’t feel at home with--the result of her constant tinkering in the kitchen, using all the culinary influences she has been exposed to throughout her career, and always striving to end up with the most streamlined and wholesome dish.
In keeping with the tradition of including sweet dishes on Rosh Hashana to usher a sweet new year, the following menus both offer dishes showcasing several sweet, but not cloyingly sweet, ingredients: in the Ashkenazi menu, beets, maple syrup and root vegetables, a magnificent roast and a frozen dessert to die for; in the Sephardi menu, sweet potatoes, parsnips, and coconut, along with glorious examples of dishes that describe fish, poultry or meat cooking together with their accompanying vegetables: Side dishes in Sephardi cooking? Never heard of that! No need whatsoever to beg you to eat your veggies.
Wherever you hail from, Sephardim or Ashkenazim, expats of all persuasions: do try both Lévana’s menus!
Ashkenazic: Kale, Beet and Seaweed Salad Cabbage Caraway Soup Roasted Salmon with Maple Glaze Roast Beef with Wild Mushroom Sauce Soba Noodles with Root Vegetables Frozen Coconut Crunch Chocolate Cake
Sephardic: Kabocha Sweet Potato Soup Fish Cooked Moroccan-Style Beef with String Beans Hot and Sweet Parsnips Spicy Lettuce Chick Pea Salad Coconut Cookies
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The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen
The Complete Levana Kirschenba
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