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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Running Press (Sept. 6 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0762441887
  • ISBN-13: 978-0762441884
  • Product Dimensions: 23.1 x 18.3 x 1.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #609,480 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Bubbe was born in 1927 in a small town in New England. At the age of 79, she began a whole new career as a food writer, cooking show personality, and Internet celebrity. Bubbe lives in the New England area. Please visit her atFeedMeBubbe.com.
 
Avrom Honig is the founder and owner of Chalutz Productions. He is the creator of the award winning program Feed Me Bubbe, as well as Growing Up in a Kosher World. He lives in New England.  Please visit him atAvromHonig.com.


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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
A true Heymisha Cookbook :-) Aug. 28 2011
By Sarah Leah - Published on Amazon.com
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This cookbook is filled with stories, traditional recipes and a lot of love from Bubbe! I fully enjoyed reading her personal stories, pictures and of course, the Yiddish word of the day at the bottom of every page. Some of the recipes are handed down from her mother which is really special. She definitely makes it easy for you to recreate her recipes and she fills the pages with encouraging words for those of us who are timid in the kitchen. This really is a wonderful book to add to any collection and I can't wait to start cooking!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Like a letter from home... Aug. 27 2011
By JD - Published on Amazon.com
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Reading 'Feed Me Bubbe' was like getting a long-awaited letter from home filled with stories about heritage and packed with all the bits of wisdom my own grandmother and mother aren't around to give me anymore. Nervous about cooking for a new husband? Can't remember whether it's 1/2 teaspoon or just one? Relax. Take a deep breath. Ask Bubbe.

These recipes aren't complicated and they're delicious. I've tried her Roast Chicken - it's outstanding. I've made her brisket - and even though I didn't like brisket because it always seemed to be tough, tasteless, and stringy, hers is tender and full of flavor. There are some recipes in this book that are sure-fire go-to instructions for feeding a couple or a crowd. And as another reviewer said, the stories will bring tears to your eyes. They will also make you smile.

Get a copy. You won't regret it... and get another for someone you love: whether it's for your daughter or your granddaughter or your best friend or your sister or even your mother. It doesn't matter whether you're Jewish or Christian or Pagan: Bubbe's food transcends religion and cuts straight to the heart of living.

Get a copy. Especially if you're unsure of yourself in the kitchen. With Bubbe at your elbow, you'll do fine.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
AS GOOD AS MY BUBBA Feb. 4 2013
By GERALD HALPERN - Published on Amazon.com
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THIS BOOK IS JUST FANTASTIC. THE VIDEO FOR EACH RECIPE ON THE INTERNET MAKES THE COOKING FOOLPROOF.
I GIVE THIS BOOK AWAY ALL THE TIME, IT IS A GIFT THAT KEEPS GIVING.
I HAVE BOUGHT ABOUT 25 COPIES FROM AMAZON, AND ALWAYS RUNNING OUT.
ABOUT 3 MONTHS AGO I WROTE TO HER ABOUT A STORY MY MOTHER USED TO TELL ABOUT CHOLENT.
AMAZINGLY TODAY BUBE CALLED ME AND I SPOKE TO HER AND AVRIM FOR ABOUT 15 MINUTES. IT WAS A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE FOR ME. SHE IS THE REAL THING.
SHE IS GOING TO SEND ME AN AUTOGRAPHED PICTURE. SHE REALLY MADE MY DAY, OR SHOULD I SAY YEAR.
THANKS GERRY HALPERN
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Cookbook, memoir, love-letter Aug. 27 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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So glad to get this fabulous cookbook -- just in time for some tropical storm reading. Wonderful traditional Jewish-American recipes and a slice of traditional New England fare. The book itself is well organized, but just as enjoyable to read from cover to cover. Bubbe's warmth, joie de vivre, and love for her family shine through on every page. Bubbe's stories range from the genuinely moving to the truly comic -- the family photos are a wonderful touch. You feel like you're sitting down with a good friend or your own beloved granny.

My teenage daughter and I can't wait to start cooking Bubbe's easy-to-follow recipes!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Heartwarming, lovely recipes. Aug. 26 2011
By VSP - Published on Amazon.com
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I must admit, I got a little teary-eyed. This book is obviously a labor of love. The warmth and love of life shines through. There are recipe notes, philosophical musings, personal anecdotes. I recently moved my Mom's picture to the kitchen, and have been thinking about how I never feel more connected to my departed family, than when I am in my kitchen. When the book arrived I remembered frantic calls to to my Hungarian mother,(why do you need to write it down, she asks?} and my mother-in-law, the matzo balls I was bringing to dinner flew apart, (forget the matzo meal get the mix!)
That is how Bubbe's book reads, with your relatives over your shoulder, smiling and encouraging.
The book is enhanced by family photos and reminiscences. There are no color photos of completed dishes, but the videos have been on my computer and my television, so I did not miss them. Sure, there is a brisket recipe with dried onion soup, but there is also one with onions and a chile sauce. Eggless egg salad with tofu, dressed up chopped herring with apples, onions, cider vinegar sugar and tomato paste!
I own great books by Joan Nathan, Arthur Schwartz, Marcy Goldman plus those local fundraiser books with dishes both sides of the family grew up with. This book exceeded my expectations, and is a worthy companion to the other books. I will edit my post when I get cooking in the Fall!

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