Last fall, my friend Jennifer of Predominantly Paleo and I started kvetching about the lack of Jewish Paleo recipes that were available. Sure there were a few here and there, but what’s a nosh when you can have a feast? We started talking about challah, about bagels, even about matzo. We longed for our Bubbe’s brisket, stuffed cabbage, and matzo ball soup. And of course we dreamt of rugelach and honey cake and madelbrot. (What’s a feast without dessert, after all?)
It didn’t take long for us to realize that if anyone was going to put together a book like this, it was going to have to be us. I mean, we’re two paleo bloggers that happen to be Jewish- who better? (plus, we’re hair twins which makes us an incredibly strong team)
We loved putting together the Yiddish Kitchen ebook and have gotten wonderful reviews since it’s been available. We’ve also gotten tons of emails from people asking if it will ever go to print.
We can finally say: The answer is YES!
YIDDISH KITCHEN IS GOING TO PRINT!!!!!
What in the world does this actually mean?! This means that:
- Yiddish Kitchen will become “The New Yiddish Kitchen”
- It will DOUBLE in size and contain 100 recipes and 100 photos (in addition to the other menus and goodies)
- It will be a hard cover book so that it can withstand generations of latke frying
- It will take the place of the PDF version we offer now but will also offer a kindle option once it releases
- It will release in time for Passover 2016
The ebook will cease to exist on April 15th, so if you can’t wait a year for that infamous bagel recipe, grab it while you can. We have a Passover sale running and will continue it until we pull the ebook.
We are both extremely excited about this, and can’t wait to see our little bubbula come to life in actual book form. We hope you’re excited, too! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.
Thanks a million for all your support!
Simone (and Jennifer)
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