AUTOGRAPHED: "Millennial Kosher" by Chanie Apfelbaum For Sponsoring 100 Meals At Masbia
Experience the joy of giving and the satisfaction of savoring kosher recipes with Chanie Apfelbaum's autographed cookbook, Millennial Kosher. By donating to feed 100 people in need at Masbia Soup Kitchen Network, you'll not only provide warm, nutritious meals to those in need but also receive an autographed copy of her celebrated cookbook as a token of gratitude for your generosity. With every meal you prepare from her cookbook, take pride in knowing that you played a vital role in supporting Masbia's cause.
In the Millennial Kosher you will find:
Over 150 innovative recipes for everyday and holiday meals
Beautiful color photos for every dish
Meatless Meals section includes dairy-free and vegetarian options
Guide to kosher meat cookery - Comprehensive tools and ingredient list
Today, kosher food is spicier and bolder than the food we grew up eating. There's an emphasis on fresh and seasonal ingredients, less processed foods, and healthier nondairy alternatives. Modern kosher food reinterprets and reinvents tradition, while still staying true to our heritage. It's food that's influenced by cultural cuisine and not limited to, but inspired by, kosher guidelines. There is still a place for the kosher comfort foods of our youth, and for that there are hundreds of cookbooks. But for now, it's time for Millennial Kosher.
Chanie Apfelbaum is a food blogger, recipe developer and food photographer who blogs about her cooking adventures at BusyInBrooklyn.com. Her first cookbook is Millenial Kosher: Recipes for the Modern Palate. She shares her love of food, family and tradition through fun and educational cooking demos to audiences worldwide.
Born and raised in a kosher home in Brooklyn, Chanie Apfelbaum grew up eating traditional Jewish foods such as gefilte fish, stuffed cabbage, and matzo ball soup. Today, living just a few blocks from her childhood home, she revisits family favorites and reinvents traditional holiday dishes.
Chanie's creative twists on old-time cuisine prove that kosher fare is anything but old-fashioned. With five little ones in tow, she celebrates her heritage one dish at a time, creating balanced recipes with a modern flair and Middle Eastern vibe.
Chanie works as a recipe developer and food photographer. She is a contributing writer to Mishpacha Magazine's Family Table and kosher.com, as well as a guest writer for numerous publications and websites. She has been featured in many national publications and media, including The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, News12 Brooklyn, The Meredith Vieira Show, Thrillist, and more. Chanie also shares her love of food, family, and tradition through fun and educational cooking demonstrations to audiences worldwide.