By Florence Greenbaum with Lizzie Reubens, Mrs Greenbaum has collated the seasonal family dishes passed from mother to daughter. Still delicious dishes today, this inspired antholgy of good Jewish home cooking is a must for any cook during the holiday season. A collection of family recipes for Passover, collected from the grandmothers and great-grandmothers who arrived on the boats from Russia, Poland, Romania, Lativia, Lithuania, Turkey, Hungary, Austria, France and many other lands.
These recipes, passed down from Mother to Daughter, were collected at the begining of the 20th century by New Yorker Florence Greenbaum. With an introduction by Lizzie Reubens, the menu next Pesach includes beefsteak pie, sole in wine and strawberry cheesecake as well as the standards, kugel, chicken soup, egg and matzo and macaroons amongst dozens of dishes, tried, tested and adored by generations.