The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen: Glorious Meals Pure and Simple + Sweeties Giveaway (EXP)

Lévana Kirschenbaum’s signature restaurant, Lévana, on New York’s Upper Westside was a favorite dining spot for thirty years. Now Lévana is bringing her dishes to our tables with her new, updated and revised cookbook, The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen: Glorious Meals Pure and Simple! (March 2012)

Many of us are getting bathing suit ready and some diets can have a tremendous effect on our health. Whiles some foods cause inflammation, other foods may fight inflammation. Foods that ARE healthy for us can be made into fantastic culinary delights thanks to the recipes found inside The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen: Glorious Meals Pure and Simple.

Lévana takes healthy cooking to a whole new level and you don’t have to be Jewish or keep kosher to appreciate her healthy, whole foods approach to eating. Healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring or bland with hundreds of dishes that are easy to prepare, economical and delicious.

 Lévana traces her devotion to fresh, real ingredients to her mother, whose mantra, “the cure is in the pot,” fueled Lévana’s philosophy of cooking as a means to healing. 

In addition to her native Moroccan cuisine, Lévana recipes include Indian, Italian, French and Chinese cuisine. The book includes three comprehensive indexes:

GENERAL INDEX: More than 350 recipes
GLUTEN-FREE INDEX:  More than 250 dishes with natural and delicious gluten-free adaptations
PASSOVER INDEX: More than 250 Passover-friendly recipes

Full color photos greet you inside the cover and The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen also includes valuable information about processed and packaged foods and how that affects their health quotient. Informative introductions for each recipe and some also include sensible adaptations, according to your  personal tastes and preferences. You will also find an extensive chapter on eating and shopping policies. 😀

The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen goes beyond the traditional scope of a cookbook, and shares a natural, sensible, and wholesome way of life!. Great for every household, Kosher or not, to be used again and again or passed on as a cherished!

TWO LUCKY SWEETIES FANS ARE GOING TO WIN THEIR OWN COPY OF The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen: Glorious Meals Pure and Simple


Thank you to everyone that entered and CONGRATS to GENA!

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Giveaway Rules: Ends on April 19th, 2012, at 12:01 AM EST. The email addresses that are collected for this giveaway will only be used for the purpose of contacting the winner and will never be given out to anyone nor sold. The winner will be chosen using Rafflecopter and contacted via email. The winner will have 72 hours to respond to my email. Please make sure you check your junk mail folder. Winners will also be posted here in this post and on our Facebook page. Rafflecopter will be used to choose the winners of the giveaway. I was provided with a copy of Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen for my review. Any opinions are my 100% my own.


  1. Holly Caudle says

    I have no idea how many cookbooks I have. I probably have about 30. I would love one that is about eating healthy. I am trying to eat healthy so I can stay well.

  2. josephine says

    i own 11 cookbooks however i have one main binder which includes all the healthy, yummy recipes I love to make for my family and friends!

  3. says

    I’m pathetic…I’m almost 31 years old, I have 3 kids, a fiancee, 3 dogs, 4 cats, and a friend living with us, but have not never ever owned a single cookbook. Not even one of the $3.99 grocery aisle eye catcher ones. :( This would be my first. :))

  4. April says

    I own 14 if you could the little free ones that you get from the grocery store or from Betty Crocker on your birthday 😉

  5. Kelly Terzo says

    I have a giant collection of cookbooks, over 300 last count. I also collect the group cookbooks from churches and such from each state. My goal is to have one from each state!

  6. Danielle Coleman says

    I have a couple dozen cookbooks…I’ve downsized, but I’m always picking up a new unique book that has something fun and different to try! I’d love to see the recipes in this one. :-)

  7. penny says

    in this day of poison everywhere–a good healthy way of cooking is very important for the rest of your life if you want to be healthier and live happier

  8. Kim R. says

    I have so many cookbooks, there are cabinets in my ktchen just to house them. I sold a boxful at last summer’s garage sale. For some reason, I collect them, but hardly use them!! I guess, just looking at the pictures is enough for me :)

  9. Sheila Weisel says

    I own 2 cookbooks but none of them are kosher so I don’t use them. I use my mother’s recipes instead but I don’t have many of them because she passed away when she was very young.

  10. mere says

    i have about 15 cookbooks that i received for our wedding last year…and all but one stay closed. It would be a nice change from the “traditional” (read: realllllly heavy) kosher cookbooks we have…this would be healthier for us AND could help get me bonus points with the MIL! :-p thanks for the contest!

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