The Wimbledon Synagogue Community Cookbook
– Our story of how food and cooking shape community –
– About the Cookbook –
With contributions from over 100 members of the Wimbledon Synagogue community and illustrated by over 200 beautiful photographs, The Wimbledon Synagogue Community Cookbook demonstrates how food and cooking strengthen and sustain our community. It is a message of gratitude to those who have nourished us and a lively statement of who we are – and what we cook and eat – today.
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“A wonderful way of celebrating community and family through the shared enjoyment of food, The Wimbledon Synagogue Community Cookbook is instructive and inspiring, full of love and appealing recipes. You will be charmed.”
Claudia Roden, author of The Book of Jewish Food and The Food of Spain
“A magnificent record of love and care in edible form…the scent of good cooking rises from every page…the recipes have the ring of experience – there’s no doubt of the generosity of the contributors in sharing their favourite dishes and the circumstances under which they were (and are) served…to be enjoyed by everyone of whatever religious or secular persuasion.”
From the Foreword by Elisabeth Luard, Director of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Drink, author of European Peasant Cookery, Family Life and many others
“Recipes and stories have fallen like manna, each one delicious, filled with love and memories.”
From the Preface by Judith Ish-Horowicz
£18 a copy (£15 per copy if you buy two or more).
Proceeds to Wimbledon Synagogue and the charities and good causes featured in the book.
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