There are few things more important in Jewish culture than food and many of the most iconic Jewish dishes have made their way firmly into mainstream culture. Who doesn't know that chicken soup - or Jewish Penicillin- is guaranteed to help you if you have a cold or flu. And, whilst you may not associate the stereotype of the Jewish Princess with ever venturing remotely near the kitchen, Jewish Princesses - and they know who they are - know that even in the 21st century eating remains at the heart of family life. The authors of this irreverent cookbook have produced a host of fabulous traditional as well as nouveau dishes of Jewish cuisine. A foolproof guide to the ultimate Friday night dinner sits alongside a delicious new twist on Bread and Butter Pudding - Choc-Challah Pudding anyone? There are also hilarious gems of Jewish Princess wisdom scattered throughout - 'What does a Jewish Princess make for dinner?' 'Reservations!' Reading this book it's easy to see that we all have a little bit of the Jewish Princess inside us - it's more than just a cookbook - it's a way of life!
Tracey Fine and Georgie Tarn first met at the tender age of nine and set off together down the road called 'life'. They have both been very successful in their chosen fields: Georgie was a top London aerobics instructor and Tracey runs an international internet giftware company. Now, with five children between them, they are involved in charity work, currently The Kiss for a Child which raises money for children's projects in Eastern Europe and the former USSR. After a lifetime experiences they have used their knowledge and shared values to create The Jewish Princess Cookbook. They have also recently written The Jewish Princess: Feasts and Festivals.