Kosher Zone Diet

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We prepare, delicious, low calorie, and satisfying meals, in our Kosher certified kitchens and then deliver it right to your doorstep. With an MA in science, Susie enjoyed teaching fourth grade science in the Oceanside public schools prior to moving to Livingston, New Jersey to raise her family.

Inspired by what Ina Garten and Martha Stewart were doing so beautifully for the non-kosher world, she was determined to deliver that level of sophistication to the modern kosher home cook.

Drawing on her early experiences in the classroom, Susie uses her books and demos as opportunities to teach, reaching targeted audiences for each of her books. Short On Time Brooklyn, was about being a working parent and getting dinner on the table. Cooking Coach Brooklyn, was a look back as a teacher—what lessons I could impart to all my readers. Two years later, she was honored at the White House during Jewish American Heritage Month in recognition of her contributions to Jewish life. With over a half million copies sold, her books have revolutionized the way people think of kosher.

Always working on the next project, Susie has one more cookbook in store for her readers. Brings It Home adapts much of what she has learned from international chefs, restaurateurs and cooks for the kosher home consumer. Plan your menus in advance and use the recipes to prepare shopping lists. Anyone can cook and anyone can get better at cooking. Slow down, stress less and enjoy the process. Paula Shoyer started out her career as an attorney and speechwriter.

But a few years spent in Europe in the mids changed her direction entirely. Paula enrolled in a pastry course for fun while living in Paris. After receiving her pastry diploma from the Ecole de Gastronomie Francaise Ritz-Escoffier in , she opened a dessert catering business that she ran for two years in Geneva, Switzerland, and began giving classes at fundraisers.

Paula noticed that there were no current, modern cookbooks on fine, kosher desserts and began writing and converting baking classics to pareve—a natural application of her French pastry training.

The Kosher Baker Waltham, Mass. Establishing herself as the go-to expert in kosher baking, Paula makes regular holiday appearances on television and radio. Her most recent book, The New Passover Menu New York, , modernizes Passover dishes while incorporating ethnic ingredients and an international, global feel. Paula continues to derive inspiration from her varied world travels and strives to bring her readers new tastes that are specially adapted for Pesach dining.

I use a ton of ground nuts for baking during Pesach and find that they are very expensive in the stores. I bought a coffee grinder that I just use for nuts and grind almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachios, et cetera into a powder, which is a healthy flour substitute during the holiday.

I like to take traditional food and desserts and make them easier, healthier and more modern. As for desserts, I believe great desserts can be created no matter what special diet you are on.

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