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Barry's Own Blend of Jewish Recipes

Barry's Own Blend of Jewish Recipes

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Barry's Own Blend of Jewish Recipes

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Jun 24, 2013


A quick note about this book you will by now that the majority of recipes are
Jewish and Austrian, The Jewish Calendar is peppered (no pun intended) with
religious and traditional festivals, celebrated with a multitude of different
foods which also Incorporates different foods from other countries which
I have added to this book. I have always loved food and started taking an
interest in food at a very young age; by writing this book for me it preserves
the traditions and enables me to pass my knowledge to my children therefore
by doing this they will not forget where they come from.
For me it is important to encourage my children to cook and also try some
of the food I was brought up with when I was a Child.
Jun 24, 2013

Informazioni sull'autore

Barry Harvey is Professor of Theology in the Honors College and the Graduate Program in Religion at Baylor University. His other books include Politics of the Theological, Another City, and Can These Bones Live? He has served on the Board of the International Bonhoeffer Society, English Language Section, and the Editorial Board of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works.

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Barry's Own Blend of Jewish Recipes - Barry Harvey

Copyright © 2013 by Barry Harvey. 305489-HARV

ISBN: Softcover 978-1-4836-5327-3

Ebook 978-1-4836-5328-0

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the copyright owner.

Rev. date: 10/06/2013

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Gefilte Fish

Lemon Lamb

Classic Leckasch


Chopped Liver


Matzo Brie Version 1

Matzo Brei Version 2

Barry’s 1 Pot Meal

For the rice

Kneidel or Matzo Meal Dumplings


Mandel for Soup

Barry’s A very quick easy snack Austrian


Barry’s Chicken Soup


Barry’s Hamantaschen

Barry’s Tomato Herb Soup with Rice

Barry’s Potato Pudding

Spinach Au Gratin with Kosher Soyrizo

Stuffed Cabbage

Barry’s Quick Salad Dressing


Barry’s Rustic Sorrel Ommelette

Barry’s, Fresh Pasta

Barry’s Cucumber Soup

Barry’s Peppered Peaches & Pineapple Relish

Barry’s Spiced Lamb Steak with Rice

Barry’s Adaption of Caribu Salad

Barry’s Own Red Chili Paste

Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage

Barry’s Own Easy Sauce for Chicken

Thyme Sauce with Lemon

Barry’s Stuffed Marrow with Cheese

Barry’s Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks

Barry’s Version Empanadillas

Barry’s Sweet & Sour Cabbage

Barry Own Slow Cooked Beef

Healthy & Easy

Barry’s Own Easy Biscuits Low Fat

Barry’s Own Quick Steamed Fish

Cucumber Salad

Barry’s Version Quick Paella

Quick Dips

Lemon Pickle


Liver Dumplings (Calves)

Quick Carbonara

Spanish Sofrito / Italian Frittata

Barry’s Easy Cornish Pastry

Barry’s Mince Meat with

Crushed Garlic New Potatoes

Poached Fish Balls

In Spiced Tomato Sauce

Barry’s Carbonara Version 2

Burgers with a Difference

Poached Salmon in a

Coriander & Dill Sauce

La Tegamata (Beef Stew & Potato Casserole)

Barry’s Kofta’s

Barry’s Lamb Chops with a Lemon &

Thyme & Cider Sauce

Barry’s Bubble & Squeak Soup

Barry’s Version Beef Brisket

Barry’s 40 Cloves of Garlic Chicken

Barry’s One Pot Chicken

Barry’s Version Oatcakes

Barry’ Own Chicken & Mushroom Risotto

Barry’s Version Ballantine of Chicken

Barry’s Spicy Chicken/Steak with Cheese

Barry’s Version Spanish Meatballs

Jamaican Barry’s Version Rice & Peas

Barry’s Version Tuna & Pasta Bake

Barry’s Adaption of Jamaican Curry

Barry’s Low Fat Macaroni Bake

Barry’s Version Sponge Pudding

Barry’s Version Butter Biscuits

Open Peach Cake

Barry’s Brisket with Creamed Beans

Barry’s Version Onion Soup

with Cheese Croutons

Barry’s Version Carrot Cake

Semolina Cake Griesstorte


Dumplings Made with Breadcrumbs

Griessknoedel Semolina Dumplings

Barry’s Own Chili with Brisket

Barry’s Own Vegetable Curry Quick Version

Potato Latkes

Barry’s Meatballs Stuffed

with Rice in a Goulash Sauce

To begin with these recipes can be eaten by all, communities and in particular by both communities indicated by the above symbols.

I saw these two sentences and to me it says everything, it’s straight to the point and true personally, we all should never forget what is written down has meaning.

What hath fins and scales in the waters, in the sea’s and in the rivers shall yield.

Leviticus 11.9

A man hath no better thing under the sun than to eat and drink and be merry.

Ecclesiastes 8:15

I think the above statements says it all as it is so true here would we be without food? There are many Jewish communities all over the world which have a very wide repertoire of recipes which have meaning in relation to the history, and in doing so reflects in the food we eat. Every tradition is in one way or another incorporates the meals eaten and more so when it comes to high Holidays. A quick note about this book you will notice that the majority of recipes are Jewish and Austrian, The Jewish Calendar is peppered (no pun intended) with religious and traditional festivals, celebrated with a multitude of different foods which will represent each holidays. Some of these meals not only represent Jewish Holidays but also Incorporates different foods from other countries which I have added to this book.

In this book I have written all Jewish recipes and no surprise the humble latke, will be in the book, the classic is gefilte fish and many other dishes I on a personal note do not like fish I am not a fish lover I may have a Bagel with cream cheese and a little smoked salmon but that’s about it. I will only eat fish such as Cod nothing else, the only way I will eat fish is if it is made in to gefilte fish. You may now be thinking I am contradicting myself by making this comment but you have just said you do not eat fish yet you will eat a bagel with cream cheese and a little smoked salmon but that’s about it. Only a few weeks ago we had some white fish Pollack which came in a packet of 6 large fillets, no one was eating them so I thought use them up and make some gefilte Fish I prefer the fried version this is the only way I would eat a fish cake.

Before we go any further I would like to point out that you will notice some recipes are measured by The American Cups I find it easier to use this method than weighing everything out, also it is quicker, it will also save time. Again my idea is to make the recipes as straight forward and without the reams of pages just to make up a meal from a book, also the same issues regarding salt etc I will leave to you as my taste will be different to yours. Not only that I have tried to make it simpler again by taking a few short cuts which will save time.

The most important thing about this book is it is strictly kosher hence the time it has taken me to ensure that all ingredients comply. I have just had a thought this book can also be used by the Asian community which in my humble opinion we should all work together and enjoy the diversity our religion brings, but I have noticed that when I have cooked and I mainly cook from my Austrian /Jewish background that people from other communities have either never heard or tasted the food.

To my surprise some do not like the thought of it and yes they were English but they are a minority but what pleases me is people will try something new and are pleasantly surprised, it is having a meal that brings people together after all we all have to eat don’t we? And in doing so brings people together from all backgrounds. All I can say is that we are all equal whatever background Religion we come from I have been through

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