Paula Shoyer

Let My Pantry Go

Paula Shoyer’s ‘New Passover Menu’ strives for liberation from perceived culinary slavery.

03/23/2015 - 20:00

For those who feel that Passover cooking can be as restrictive as their ancestors’ enslavement in Egypt, pastry chef and author Paula Shoyer says her new book “has arrived to set you free.”

Paula Shoyer

This Revolution Will Be Caramelized

With 'The Holiday Kosher Baker,' a chef aims to spiff up the sweets of the kosher canon.

11/24/2013 - 19:00
Special To The Jewish Week

It’s a story of self-discovery so common as to be almost part of American mythology. A young American woman finds herself in a charming European city, miles away from the fast-paced Northeastern metropolis she calls home. Walking along the rain-swept streets of these new surroundings and inspired by the magnificent pastries in the bakery windows, her mind starts to wander into the fanciful land of “What if?” On a lark, she decides to do something whimsical, non-practical and entirely fun – she enrolls in a baking class in Paris.

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