FREE STUFF: Win a Copy of the Modern Israeli Cooking Cookbook

Salted tahini chocolate chip cookies. Spinach falafel.  Ricotta and za’atar ravioli. Braised pomegranate short ribs.

If these recipes have your mouth-watering (like mine is) then you will love the first cookbook from Danielle Oron of I Will Not Eat Oysters titled Modern Israeli Cooking. I want to make almost every recipe from this beautiful cookbook, which blends seasonal Israeli cooking with modern tastes and even some classic Jewish dishes for a cookbook that truly speaks to a new generation of eaters who can appreciate modern twists on tradition. Danielle’s classic culinary training and Israeli heritage shine in each and every one of her unique creations, like her schnitzel sandwiches with sumac slaw.

Want to snag a copy of your own? One lucky Nosher reader will win a signed copy of Danielle’s cookbook. Enter below and tell your friends, but make sure to enter before midnight on Monday, December 21st.
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