Keturah has been teaching the Kosher 101 Workshop for the past 8 years and one thing that she is often asked is, “Can I cook tacos?” or “Can I make Chinese fried rice?” and still be kosher…
There is a misconception about eating kosher that most people think you have to eat what would be European dishes of the Ashkenazi origin in order to be kosher. Food dishes in this category are things like your standard matzo ball soup, gefilite fish, and kugel. While these types of dishes can be yummy, there is no rule that tells us that tacos, burgers, fried rice, blacked fish, or tamales can’t be kosher.
Keturah has been blogging and teaching about food for the past fifteen years. What started as “The Koshergumbo Blog” is now Keturah’s prized cookbook! Join her as weaves storytelling into the multicultural dishes featured in this extraordinary cookbook, combing pure inspiration, and motivation that you too can cook kosher and enjoy the bold flavors of the world.
The Kosher Gumbo Cookbook has recipes from all over- which in essence is the theme of a good pot of gumbo- mixed flavor! There are recipes from her home base in Texas and Louisiana, where she takes soul food dishes and turns them kosher- offering you substitutions for pork and shellfish so that you can still enjoy the flavor but in a kosher way. There are also TexMex recipes and Latin dishes, Italian dishes, Indian and Meditterian dishes, Asian dishes, Keto-friendly & vegan dishes as well as European ones.
If you enjoy Keturah’s witty ways and how she connects with her readers in a fun way, you will enjoy this cookbook. Eating kosher is not hard when you enjoy the process. Pre-order your copy today! Cookbook debuts this Pesach 2021! All Pre-orders will be author signed with a special blessing for your family inside!