Balaboosta, a cookbook from New York city chef Einat Admony, is a lot of things all at once. It's recipes for home cooks, for kids, for weeknights, for comfort food, for romantic meals, for modern Israeli food a la Yotam Ottolenghi (comparisons will of course be drawn), for dishes from her Nolita restaurant Balaboosta. The food is as Israeli as it is American, with everything from hummus to Admony's homemade Kit Kat bars, and the book is full of Admony's stories of home, family, and restaurant life. Below, a look inside Balaboosta, on sale now (order on Amazon) from Artisan.
First Look: Einat Admony's Balaboosta Cookbook
by Paula Forbes
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