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The New Jewish Table explores the melding of two different cooking cultures, seasonal American and Eastern-European Jewish, sharing the mouth-watering recipes that result from this flavorful union from authors, chef Todd Gray and his wife Ellen Kassoff Gray. More than a love story about what one can do with fresh ingredients, Todd and Ellen talk about the food they grew up with, their life together, and how rewarding the sharing of two people''s traditions―and meals―can be. When Chef Todd married his wife, Ellen, who is Jewish, their union brought about his initiation into the world of Jewish cooking. In 1999, Todd combined his love for farm-to-table ingredients with his passion for Jewish cuisine, opening the acclaimed Equinox Restaurant in Washington, D.C.

With more than 125 recipes including reinterpretations of traditional Jewish favorites made with fresh, seasonal ingredients, from Yukon Gold and Sweet Potato Latkes, Ellen''s Falafel with Pickled Vegetables and Minted Lemon Yogurt, and Roasted Heirloom Beets with Capers and Pistachios, to Matzo-Stuffed Cornish Game Hens, Fig and Port Wine Blintzes, and Chocolate Hazelnut Rugelach, there are recipes for every occasion that the entire family will enjoy.

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“You''ll find recipes for refined, elegant dishes that reflect the classic culinary training of chef Todd Gray. . . . While all the recipes aren''t necessarily "Jewish," per se, the ones that are have a chef''s touch . . . The Grays'' culinary journeys are interspersed throughout, and I believe it''s one that many readers--Jewish or not--can probably relate to. And the fact that chef Gray isn''t Jewish hasn''t stopped him from embracing his wife''s Jewish background. It really doesn''t get more modern than that.” ―Esther Sung, Epicurious.com

“The Grays remake the much-maligned gefilte fish into a desirable dish with lemon, herbs and three types of fresh fish.” ―Modern Luxury DC

“Jewish table by ''blending'' tastes and histories...this book has a very personal and inviting feel, asking the reader to focus on enjoying the food.” ―Publisher''s Weekly

“Fresh and appealing, this book reflects a unique blend of traditions. Great for families interested in contemporary Jewish cuisine. Highly recommended.” ―Library Journal

“Filled with the lore of Ellen''s family''s passion for Jewish food and Todd''s youthful explorations of Pennsylvania-Dutch cuisine and his chef''s training, The New Jewish Table is a delightful blending of recipes, tips, and tales, with the culinary traditions that nurtured both, reinterpreted for everyone to cook in Todd''s sure and professional hand.” ―Joan Nathan, author of Jewish Cooking in America and Joan Nathan''s Jewish Holiday Cookbook

“The New Jewish Table has found an open and eager spot in my kitchen! A refreshing take on Jewish food, that is wholesome at the same time as scrumptious. With an emphasis on a seasonal approach, it offers a load full of ideas for everyday meals as well as how to give a much needed lift to Holiday menus. As I was flipping the pages of the cookbook and jotting down which recipe I want to try first, I gave up: I want to try them all.” ―Pati Jinich, host of the PBS’s series Pati''s Mexican Table, cooking teacher, food writer and official Chef of the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, DC

“Todd and Ellen Gray''s Equinox Restaurant is a perfect balance between one of Washington''s best chefs and one of its warmest hosts, and whether you''re a Virginia homeboy like him or a city-bred Jewish girl like her, these elegant, seasonally-sensitive and clan-friendly recipes will make you feel you''re mishpacha – or, as they say in the Old Dominion, "Fam''ly." Mazel tov! to them, and good eats for the rest of us.” ―Todd S. Purdum, national editor, Vanity Fair, and previously award-winning journalist The New York Times

“With this book, Todd and Ellen show us how creative chefs are preserving food memories from their cultural background by incorporating them into modern American recipes.” ―Nora Pouillon, chef and owner of Restaurant Nora and author of Cooking with Nora

About the Author

TODD GRAY is a five-time James Beard Award nominee. He graduated with honors from the Culinary Institute of America and has cooked with some of the nation''s top chefs at premier restaurants, including The French Laundry, Daniel, and Roberto Donna''s Galileo. He met his wife Ellen while on the job as a sous-chef at Galileo. Todd and Ellen co-own and operate Equinox, Muse at the Corcoran Gallery, and Hamill Gray Catering, all in Washington, D.C. Todd is also the culinary director for Salamander Hotels and Resorts and The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.
ELLEN KASSOFF GRAY is a native Washingtonian and award-winning General Manager for all their operations. She is a member of Les Dames d''Escoffier and, among other honors, has received the Women Chefs and Restaurateurs Golden Fork Award for Front-of-the-House Excellence.

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Edward A. Kassoff
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Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2013
When two chefs get together from different ethnic backgrounds there is bound to be delicious and nutritious delights! Chef Todd Gray is so down to earth that his food results are modern ,tasty ,and down right GOOD!! He was one of the earlier Chefs to work with our local... See more
When two chefs get together from different ethnic backgrounds there is bound to be delicious and nutritious delights! Chef Todd Gray is so down to earth that his food results are modern ,tasty ,and down right GOOD!! He was one of the earlier Chefs to work with our local farmers. . He began his food journey in Virginia, brought it to a peak in Equinox, their award winning restaurant, in Washington ,D.C .He is is adding to his culinary skills with the opening of the Salamander Resort in Middleburg, Virginia.. .
Ellen Gray took her background of food distribution and working around food in Israel and made her food background work. Majoring in Economics certainly helped her in her role as a wonderful partner. Their combined food knowledge, presentation and love resulted in this incredible read. The food jumps out at you at every page. It returns the reader to their own individual background filled with memories of borscht, kugel and latkes.
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bari holmes
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It ain''t just latkas!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2013
I have been to the Gray''s Restaurant in DC and it was wonderful. I can tell everyone that the "New Jewish Table" is an excellent addition to a cook book library.
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harris705
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You don''t have to be Jewish to enjoy this cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2014
The product of a culinary blending in a mixed marriage, this book has excellent, seasonal recipes. The pictures, however, by Renee Comet, make it special. They will tempt you into making these delicious sounding and looking dishes.
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Wayne, New Jersey resident all in all a decent read. butnot one oyf his best.
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Finally.....Gourmet Jewish Food
Reviewed in the United States on October 12, 2013
This book takes traditional Jewish food and updates it for the gourmet. The chefs are renowned and put their touches on traditional recipes.
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sas
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2015
good book with well illustrated good recipies
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Bob Johnson
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on February 29, 2016
Excellent cook book.
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littlenico
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Fine ways to adopt Jewish recipes
Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2014
My family is catholic and jewish and I was mainly raised in Europe (not that it makes a great difference where you come from) - it''s nice to be able to adapt recipes that come from one side of my family.
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Cynthia Feinberg
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2015
good book
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RAF
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Delicious modern Jewish food
Reviewed in Australia on August 17, 2020
Excellent French twist on traditional meals. I brought one for myself and then purchased another one as a gift. Uncomplicated and easy to follow recipes.
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The New Jewish new arrival Table: lowest Modern Seasonal Recipes for Traditional Dishes online sale

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