Joan Nathan is the author of ten cookbooks and a regular contributor to The New York Times. She is the author of the much-acclaimed Jewish Cooking in America, which in 1994 won both the James Beard Award and the IACP/Julia Child Cookbook of the Year Award; as well as An American Folklife Cookbook, which received the R.T. French Tastemaker Award in 1985. She most recently wrote The New American Cooking which also won the James Beard and IACP Awards as best American cookbook published in 2005. Her other books include Foods of Israel Today, Joan Nathan’s Jewish Holiday Cookbook, The Jewish Holiday Baker, The Children’s Jewish Holiday Kitchen, The Jewish Holiday Kitchen, and The Flavor of Jerusalem.
Barbara’s bookshelf: MBFI 2010 Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow Accidental Billionaires, The by Ben Mezrich Dateline Havana: The Real Story of US Policy and the Future of Cuba by Reese Erlich The Rhythm of Success by Emilio Estefan The Blind Visionary: Practical Lessons for Meeting Challenges on the Way to a More Fulfilling Life [...]
The mission of Miami Book Fair International is to promote reading, encourage writing, and heighten an awareness of literacy and the literary arts in our multi-ethnic community. First called Books by the Bay in 1984, the two-day street fair has evolved into the largest and finest book fair in America. Attendance grew steadily and, by [...]
Interview with Co-Founder, Mitchell Kaplan & Lissette Mendez (Comix Gallery Event Coord) MBFI Co-Founder, Mitchell Kaplan & Lissette Mendez (Coordinator of the Comix Gallery Event) will join me on tonight’s program to give you a sneak peak of the upcoming Miami Book Fair International event. The mission of Miami Book Fair International is to promote [...]