Win a Pre-Release Copy of Secret Restaurant Recipes!

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It’s the cookbook everyone’s been talking about:

Secret Restaurant Recipes  by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek

The finest restaurants. The most talented chefs. The most delicious food. All in your kitchen.

Want to recreate the popular dishes from your favorite Kosher restaurants? Get your copy of Secret Restaurant Recipes and discover the secrets of the world’s best kosher chefs. 

  • Dozens of family-friendly recipes for any day of the week
  • Exquisite full color photos for every dish
  • Secret techniques & cooking tips direct from the chefs
  • Complete menus for your special occasions and holidays

Recreate the recipes of… • The Prime Grill, New York City • Soyo, London • Trattoria Haba, Jerusalem • Pizza Pita, Montreal • Café Rimon, Jerusalem • My Most Favorite Food, New York City • Wolf & Lamb Steakhouse, New York City • Etc. Steakhouse, Teaneck • The Urban Grill, Mexico City • Red Heifer Steakhouse, Jerusalem • Reserve Cut, New York City • Citron & Rose, Philadelphia • Basil Pizza, Brooklyn • Milk Street Café, Boston • Mocha Bleu, Teaneck • Darna, Panama City • Milt’s BBQ, Chicago • Gam Gam Kosher, Venice • Tierra Sur, Los Angeles • Java Café, Toronto & dozens more

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Be the first to own this magnificent new cookbook – enter to win a pre-release copy!

To enter, comment on this post with your favorite restaurant dish.

Giveaway ends 11/5/14.

 

Click here to order Secret Restaurant Recipes.

Click here for a sample recipe.

Click here for all books by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek.

**Giveaway ends on Wednesday, November 5th at 11:59 pm eastern time. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Limit one entry per person.

145 thoughts on “Win a Pre-Release Copy of Secret Restaurant Recipes!

  1. The whole family couldn’t get enough of the lamb spring rolls from Wolf and Lamb! I cant wait to try every recipe in this book! Its so exciting!

  2. Anything from Tierra Sur in Oxnard!! (The Herzog Winery). I went once and everything was so amazing. Even the leftovers reheated were fantastic!! Specifically their steak!

  3. COQ AU vin according to Julia child’s mastering the art of french cooking, adapted with all kosher ingredients of course, and using slivovitz in place of cognac to light on fire! I used Facon instead of bacon, it’s O-U Glatt.

  4. My favorite restaurant dish is a Chickpea Tomato Pasta soup I had at Ba’Ghetto Milky in Rome. It was flavorful, hearty, and different than anything I’d had before!

  5. my favorite is from restaurant in LA called Pats, it’s an appetizer, avocado egg-rolls, there served hot and with an amazing dip! yummy

  6. Few restaurants offer food to match our home cooking. For instance my apple-stuffed roast chicken basted in a puree of apple juice, garlic, onion and ginger. Easy and unforgettably delicious.

  7. Here’s a oldie but a great dish Shmulkie Burnstien’s Sino Steak. My husband wants Kosher Delight’s Southern fried Chicken. We can’t have either because both places closed and we moved to Israel, so winning this book would be amazing.

  8. Glatt Alan Carte has the most amazing food! Their melt-in-your-mouth sweetbreads, grilled to perfection steaks (with choice of rub or sauce—try the coffee rub!), amazing huge ribs, perfect garlic mashed potatoes….yum! I’ve never had anything there that wasn’t perfection!

  9. My favorite dish from Basil in Crown Hts is their “Sweet Potato Gnocchi” OMG! Ok, I can’t pass up the “Guinness Ice Cream” made in house! I’m happy!!!

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