The nominations for About.com 2012 Readers' Choice Awards have been tallied and the finalists for Eastern European Food are now known. It's up to you who will win the coveted Readers' Choice Award badge to proudly display on their website or in their store.
Voting will run from Feb. 22 to March 21, and the winners will be announced March 30. There are no prizes -- just bragging rights. To vote, you will need to EITHER provide an email address OR login using Facebook or About.com. One vote per user email address per award category per day will be allowed. You can choose to share on Facebook that you participated (or not) and you can sign up for my free weekly newsletter, if you haven't already.
Let the voting begin!
- "The Czechoslovak Cookbook" by Joza Brizova (Crown Publishers Inc., 1965)
- "Gundel's Hungarian Cookbook" by Karoly Gundel (Corvina, 2000)
- "Polish Heritage Cookery" by Robert Strybel and Maria Strybel (Hippocrene Books, 2005)
- "Rose Petal Jam: Recipes and Stories from a Summer in Poland" by Beata Zatorska and Simon Target (Tabula Books, 2011)
- "Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans" edited by Marie Sokolowski and Irene Jasinski (Polanie Publishing Co., 1948)
- "Arthur Schwartz's Jewish Home Cooking: Yiddish Home Recipes Revealed" by Arthur Schwartz (Ten Speed Press, 2008)
- "Encyclopedia of Jewish Food" by Gil Marks (Wiley, 2010)
- "Fresh & Easy Kosher Cooking" by Leah Schapira (Mesorah Publications Ltd., 2011)
- "Inside the Jewish Bakery" by Stanley Ginsberg and Norman Berg (Camino Books Inc., 2011)
- "Jewish Cooking in America" by Joan Nathan (Knopf Books, 1998)