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OU.ORG - Your Gateway To The Jewish Internet     View
The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (Orthodox Union) is "the central address and spokesman for 1,000 synagogues; a not-for-profit educational, outreach and social service organization which serves the burgeoning North American Ortho ... (Kosher Information Source)     View
This site offers information on keeping kosher. Included are consumer information on kosher products, resources for kosher travel, recipes, and numerous links to related sites. Includes instructions for preparing a kitchen for Passover. Offers free e ...

Mexican Cheese: The Whole Enchilada     View
Describes traditional Mexican creams (cremas) and cheeses (such as queso blanco and queso cojita). Includes recipes using these ingredients. From a food columnist and cookbook author.

The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book     View
Full-text of 1918 print cookbook of same title, written by Fannie Farmer. Includes over 1,800 recipes. Searchable, and browsable by subject index. From

Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project     View
A growing "collection of some of the most important and influential American cookbooks from the late 18th to early 20th centur[ies]." Searchable by author, title, recipe name, and ingredients; browsable by category. Includes a brief history ...

Hidden Kitchens     View
Companion site to a National Public Radio (NPR) series that "explores the world of hidden kitchens: street-corner cooking, legendary meals and eating traditions ... how communities come together through food." Topics include NASCAR kitchens ...

NativeTech: Native American Technology and Art     View
Organized into categories of traditional Native uses of beads, birchbark, cattails, clay, cornhusks, feathers, metalwork, leather, plants, porcupine quills, pottery, stone, and other materials. Most files are illustrated and many include instructions ...

Soul Food Cookbook     View
Recipes celebrating the "culinary delights born from the Black/African American, Jamaican and Caribbean cultures."

What Kosher Wine Is, and Isn't     View
This page from the Abarbanel Wine Company briefly explains what makes a wine kosher. It discusses the "Kashrut" (dietary law) regarding wine and describes kosher procedures for wine production and handling. It also addresses the place of wi ...

EPYC: Educational Program on Yiddish Culture     View
A companion tool for an educational package that "aims to familiarize the student with the Yiddish Ashkenazi culture that flourished in East Europe in the last 500 years." Explore Eastern European Jewish history, occupations, youth culture, ...




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