The No-Potato Passover
A Journey of Food, Travel and Color
By Aviva Kanoff
Through pages and pages of gorgeous photographs, Aviva Kanoff presents a vibrant, colorful world tour of scenes from England, France, Austria, Italy, Croatia, Jamaica, New York, Czech Republic, Israel, Budapest, and more, along with a collection of internationally inspired, gluten free, low carb, healthful “no potato” recipes. Kanoff, who has experience as a personal chef, is particularly inventive with her presentation of numerous side dishes and salads using vegetables –such as spaghetti squash, eggplant, cauliflower and that “ancient” but contemporary, nutritious food. quinoa. Along with the photos and her easy to follow, simple recipes, come helpful tips and ingredient substitute suggestions.
The photographs in The No Potato Passover: A Journey of Food, Travel and Color are reason enough to buy the book. Aviva Kanoff, an artist and a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, takes the reader on a visual adventure, a culinary journey of the world. And then there are the recipes themselves– a collection of creative, innovative dishes, appropriate for Passover and year round – all created to supplement, if not avoid, the overuse of potatoes during this season.
The No Potato Passover cookbook is the winner of the Gourmand Award for Best Jewish Cuisine, 2012
Try these two recipes: Cajun Carrot Fries and Mixed Berry Quinoa with Roasted Almonds.
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Buy the Book...The No–Potato Passover for your cookbook library, or as a gift!
During Passover, we, along with everyone else, are looking for recipe suggestions that would replace potatoes (and matzo farfel dishes). We love potatoes – but not every night! – and like the recipe suggestions offered in this cookbook and plan to incorporate several of them into our menus this Passover. Many of the recipes are "keepers" for year round, Consider this book as an addition to a personal Passover library, or as a lovely hostess gift.