The Cochin Jewish Book Of Sweets And Drinks

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Festivals meant many kinds of sweets for the Jews of Cochin from India's lush Malabar coast where they lived joyfully for 2000 years. From ultra-sweet egg yolk strings to golden-brown dumplings, nut brittles, coconut puddings, stuffed crepes and other jewel-like confections, it's a continuous celebration with sweets the Cochinis describe as ’sublime’. They continue to make them in Israel today. More

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About Dr Essie Sassoon

Retired Gynaecologist. Born in the erstwhile Kingdom of Cochin in Kerala; was Specialist Associate Professor at Calicut Medical College, when she volunteered for duty in Israel during the Yom Kippur War, serving at Telashomer Hospital in Ramat Gan; Later became Deputy Head of Department at Barzilai Medical Centre in Ashkelon, where she now lives. Twice honoured for meritorious service, Dr. Sassoon now devotes her time to her hobbies - cooking, sports and folk dancing.

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Review by: DSandy on May 20, 2016 :
Summertime and the days are easy. I need something different for those lazy, crazy days.
I found it. Here in this book. Really.
Now I have a wealth of nummies and yummies to add to my summer lounging.
It comes with comprehensive instructions and great pictures.
Ah-h-h-h-h-h-h!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)

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