Grandmas know that a good meal consists of good food and good company. Satisfying recipes need good flavor and a generous helping of love.
The Melting Pot Cookbook was written by a real grandmother who loved sharing meals with others. She wrote the recipes and relatives worked together to get the book published for her in 1984. It has since been updated and republished.
The recipes are authentic, tried and true. These are the favorites that her family has been enjoying for decades. The recipes call for basic ingredients that cooks and bakers will already have on hand. Instructions are clear and the dishes can be prepared without a lot of fancy appliances or tools. They can also easily be doubled or tripled, if you are feeding a crowd.
The Melting Pot Cookbook
A Jewish Grandmother’s Stories and Good Old Recipes From the Good Old Days
by Mrs. Belle Serbin Fields
Pub. date 12/3/13
Description: “For all of her years, Belle Fields has been at the very center of her family. And the family to her extends far beyond a husband, two sons, a daughter, a daughter-in-lay and three gorgeous granddaughters. Family to Belle is the vast Serbin clan and the Fields’ and people everywhere who have been “adopted” by dint of marriage, proximity or just plain bad luck.”
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