Jewish Holiday

Mar24

Passover The Chicken Lollipops

Passover food is my favorite: vegetables, vegetables, and more vegetables. This is when all the spice and spirit come out in the kitchen to enhance our limited food choices. We think we are limited with tastes to nurture our palates on this holiday of...
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Dec09

Apple Sauce

Apple Sauce Ingredients 6 apples (my favorite apples to use are McIntosh), cubed 1 inch of water in pot 1 cinnamon stick 1 slice of lemon rind Instructions: 1. Apples can be peeled but I do not peel my apples. Wash well. 2. Slice the apples into cubes....
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Dec09

Chanukah Latkes

Chanukah Latkes Ingredients 6 russet potatoes, grated 1 onion, grated 3 eggs 1tsp. sea salt ¼ tsp. black pepper 3 tbsp. flour 1 tbsp. oil Large bowl Cheesecloth for draining starch Ice cubes to keep the water ice cold Water Grape-seed oil for frying...
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Sep11

Rosh Hashanah and the Dinner Table

My Rosh Hashanah table is beautifully set With napkins, wine glasses, honey sticks, trying not to forget The apples before we begin our meal Than serving my soup, salad, sides, and sweet roasted chicken and veal My Dinner Table:  A precious and meaningful...
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Mar03

Happy Purim!

Enjoy my sister Merle’s decadent hamentashen photos. Prepping for the festival this Wednesday night and Thursday. Hamentashen is a triangular, filled pastry traditionally eaten on the Jewish festival of Purim. Haman, the evil character in the Purim...
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