|One Egg Is A Fortune|
Compiled by Judy Kempler and Pnina Jacobson
This lovely, meaningful, award-winning book presents a collection of recipes, anecdotes and biographies from fifty internationally known Jewish luminaries. Showcasing the diversity of Jewish life, contributors include Marlee Matlin, Dudu Fisher, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, Alan Dershowitz, Neshama Carlebach and many more.
Through the collection of 100 recipes, the importance of Jewish culinary heritage is shared. Each contributor recounts how their enjoyment of food is the common generational thread that binds them to the past. Indeed, the title of the book was inspired by one of these beautiful stories.
Pnina Jacobson immigrated from South Africa to Sydney, Australia in 1987. Judy Kempler is from Sydney, Australia. With a shared interest in food, and a mission to make a difference, Kempler and Jacobson, are donating a portion of the proceeds of the book to support Jewish eldercare.
We were extremely impressed by the international recognition given to this beautiful cookbook!
Best in the World 2012 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards-Australia-Pacific Fundraising, Charity and Community
Silver Award for cookbooks 2012 IPPY -World’s Largest Book Awards Contest (U.S.A.)
Winner - 2012 The National Indie Excellence Awards - Cookbooks- General (U.S.A.)
Certificate of Merit Cookbooks -1010 Printing International Limited - 2012 Premier Print Awards
Silver Award Cookbooks - 1010 Printing International Limited - 2012 Gold Ink Awards
Winner - The 2012 USA Best Book Awards - Cookbooks: International
Congratulations to the Winner – Amy Siegel
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