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Jewish Recipes

Are you looking to make Jewish Cheesecake Recipes

Are you looking to make Jewish Cheesecake Recipes

Jewish Recipes

by AppStudio2008
Jewish Recipes
Jewish Recipes
Jewish Recipes

What is it about?

Are you looking to make Jewish Cheesecake Recipes? You'll find the most unique and interesting Recipes here! From tender brisket to potato knishes, our library of Ashkenazi Jewish recipes offers many highlights of this homey cuisine.

Jewish Recipes

App Details

Version
4.0
Rating
NA
Size
40Mb
Genre
Lifestyle Reference
Last updated
July 10, 2015
Release date
October 15, 2011
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App Store Description

Are you looking to make Jewish Cheesecake Recipes? You'll find the most unique and interesting Recipes here! From tender brisket to potato knishes, our library of Ashkenazi Jewish recipes offers many highlights of this homey cuisine.

You can browse the recipes by categories and search recipes by recipe name, you can even select criteria of ingredients and search for the relevant recipes. You can even favorite the recipe and add it to your "My Favorites" section.

Jewish Recipes is a collection of the different cooking traditions of the Jewish people worldwide. It is a diverse cuisine that has evolved over many centuries, shaped by Jewish dietary laws (kashrut) and Jewish Festival and Sabbath traditions. Jewish Cuisine is influenced by the economics, agriculture, and culinary traditions of the many countries where Jewish communities have existed and varies widely throughout the world. In turn, Jewish cuisine has also influenced the cuisines of many countries.
Broadly speaking, the distinctive styles or cuisines in their own right that may be discerned in Jewish cuisine are: Ashkenazi (Central and Eastern European), Sephardic (descendants of the Iberian Jews, including Italian, Greek, Turkish and Balkan), Mizrahi (North African, including Moroccan, Tunisian, Algerian and Libyan), Judeo-Arab (Lebanese, Syrian and Iraqi), Persian Jewish, Yemenite Jewish, Indian Jewish, and Latin-American Jewish. There are also distinctive dishes from Jewish communities ranging from Ethiopia to Central Asia.
Furthermore, since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, and particularly since the late 1970s, a nascent Israeli "fusion cuisine" has developed, adopting and adapting elements of all the aforementioned Jewish styles, new dishes based on agricultural products introduced and grown since 1948, and incorporating other Middle Eastern fare and international cuisines.