Cantor Mitch Kowitz has released Kosher Cuisine for a New Generation, a cookbook that pairs recipes with music. Referred to as the “Singing Chef,” Kowitz shares his passions for God, music, entertainment and food.
The cookbook features more than 75 recipes, all of which include an accompanying song. Kowitz, for example, recommends Gordon Lightfoot’s “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” with Poached Salmon and “Summertime” from Porgy and Bess with Apricot Chicken; of course, “Tradition” from Fiddler on the Roof is suggested with Mama’s Jewish Chicken Soup.
Additionally, the cookbook includes bonus content, such as cooking webisodes using QR codes; stories, tips and tidbits; and color photos of the finished dishes, as well as of Kowitz cooking and his family.
Kowitz is scheduled to speak about Kosher Cuisine for a New Generation 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 at Chapter 2 Books, 422 Second St., Hudson, Wisc. He will begin a book tour on Oct. 23, which includes stops in Columbus, Ohio, Virginia Beach, Va., La Jolla, Calif., Penn Valley, Penn., and Newport News, Va.
For information, visit: www.cantormitch.com.