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A new cookbook from the best-selling and award-winning author that uses recipes to look back at her life and family history - and at her personal journey discovering Jewish cuisine from around the world. "There is no greater authority on Jewish cooking than Joan Nathan." - Michael Solomonov, James Beard award-winning chef and author of Zahav. Before hummus was available in every grocery store - before shakshuka was a dish on every brunch menu - Joan Nathan taught home cooks how and why they should make these now-beloved staples themselves. Here, in her most personal book yet, the beloved authority on global Jewish cuisine uses recipes looks back at her own family's history - their arrival in America from Germany; her childhood in postwar New York and Rhode Island; her years in Paris, New York, Israel, and Washington, DC.

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