Paula Shoyer

This Revolution Will Be Caramelized

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

11/25/2013
Special To The Jewish Week
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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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Paula Shoyer is a kosher baking maven. Photo courtesy Sterling Publishing Co.
Tie-Dyed Cookies. Photo courtesy Sterling Publishing Co.
Babka Bites. Photo courtesy Sterling Publishing Co.
Florentine Bars. Photo courtesy Sterling Publishing Co.
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