Now that you have all the necessary cookware, it’s time to get cooking. If you’re looking for a place to start, remember that any well stocked kitchen also has a few recipes. Recipes are not just for beginners. In fact, some of the best dishes I’ve experienced can be traced back to a family recipe of some sort, handed down generations. Having your own go-to recipes are great ways to come back to those comforts again and again. And trying out new recipes is a great way to challenge yourself in the kitchen and bring your cooking to a whole new level.
As you continue to cook, you will find inspiration from different sources. The best cookbooks include easy-to-follow recipes and others that will provide an interesting challenge to the curious chef. If you’re looking for something that combines a bit of a challenge, tradition, and something new, then I highly recommend Cooking Inspired by Estee Kafra.
Estee Kafra’s Cookbook is as useful as it is stunning. If the beautiful photos don’t inspire you, then I’m sure the traditions of Kosher cooking will. Kosher cooking draws upon almost five thousand years of cooking tradition that promotes healthy eating, while making one spiritually aware of what they’re eating, and this emphasis is all over Estee Kafra’s Cookbook. The emphasis is on fresh, quality ingredients, and you will find that they require little manipulation to produce great dishes. You do not have to follow a kosher diet to enjoy this cookbook. In fact, a little tweaking is often encouraged. But the dishes are so great by themselves that you might feel it’s a crime to alter them in any way.
Great cooking is often a combination of trial and error, tradition, instinct, and magic. Let Estee Kafra’s Cookbook inspire you to create some great traditions of your own.