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    I have looked high and low for this wonderful sweet from my childhood to no avail. I finally came up with a version that is very much the same in taste if not in looks. This is a treat for young and old alike. This recipe comes from one similar in an old cookbook from Temple Beth Israel with which I experimented.

    Recipe #113705

    Recipe posted for ZWT II 2006, taken from web site RecipeRewards, I find that posting recipes found on other sites here gives me more accurate and informative nutritional values. Love Zaar!!! This is a colorful rendition of a traditional recipe.

    Recipe #170812

    This is my mom's recipe for brisket. It's really flavorful and so tender--the overnight time to marinate it is worth it!

    Recipe #80960

    4 Reviews |  By chia

    Very tasty and tender--even better the next day. I like to serve this over noodles.

    Recipe #48543

    Created for RSC #9. THE SERVING SIZE HAS BEEN CORRECTED! It originally stated 8-10 servings and should be 2-4 and the reviewers were certainly right! The ingredients should yield you about 8 pancakes based on their small size. Crispy potato pancakes topped with caramelized onions, smoked salmon and dill sour cream. I would serve two of these as a first course per person, or serve 4 as a light lunch.

    Recipe #211538

    From "Summer On A Plate" by Anna Pump of the famed Loaves and Fishes store in Long Island. Serve with toast, crunchy French bread, or apple and pear slices. This can be made ahead of time and kept covered and refrigerated for up to 1 week. Prep time does not include 2 hour chilling time.

    Recipe #311282

    I used to not like aubergines, until I once had a sandwich with hummus, arugula and roasted aubergine and have been a convert since. I like the simplicity of this dish and love the leftovers cold in a sandwich the next day. I usually serve these as a side when we're having a bbq. Preparation time includes time for marinating.

    Recipe #99211

    This looked interesting, and I am posting here for safekeeping. Will update description when I try it. Good thing about it is that it offers substitutes for hard-to-find Asian ingredients. A recipe by Haryumi Kurihara, the "empress of Japanese domesticity" based on an article I cut out of the NY Times.

    Recipe #167612

    This is a wonderful healthy pasta recipe. Use whole wheat pasta to make it even more healthy.

    Recipe #60916

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    These tiny latkes are conveniently bite-size but do they pack a wallop! Flavored with creamy cauliflower and spicy Aleppo pepper {a Syrian seasoning} they should be served with aioli or simply sprinkled with za'atar. Za'atar is a Middle Eastern spice mix that includes sesame seeds, sumac, dried thyme, and dried marjoram. it's available at specialty foods stores and Middle Eastern markets and from adrianascaravan.com. Bon Appetit Magazine, December 2008 edition. Allow mayonnaise to stand for 30 minutes, so flavors can develop. For the Za'atar Spice seasoning - use Mirj's recipe #16621 - can be stored in air tight container for a couple of months. ;)

    Recipe #342416

    Rye Bread that is! I like brisket and I like weird recipes that intrigue me. This is one of those! It's from Bubba's Kitchen With Love, Orange County, CA. This was submitted by Feryne Margolin. Not appropriate for Passover since it has bread it the sauce! I haven't tried this yet but here it is for the future.

    Recipe #193677

    This cake is very rich! The consistency is very similar to cheesecake. So yummy! From Bon Appetit Magazine.

    Recipe #208877

    16 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This makes a huge kugel, but it's so delicious it goes really quickly!

    Recipe #13178

    Posting this recipe for ZWT II 2006 gotten from Kosher Cooking web site, where Steve Kassel, of Daly City California posted it. His notes indicate that this should be made a day ahead of serving. Because of this I don't include the chilling time in the cooking time as you will be doing something else.

    Recipe #171473

    My grandmother made this dish for every family gathering. Not only was it good as a side dish, but it's excellent as a morning treat.

    Recipe #247382

    3 Reviews |  By Marz

    I got this recipe from April 2007 Cooking Light magazine. It was a category finalist (desserts) and was submitted by Anna Ginsberg of Austin, TX. It produces a very light bundt cake infused with Irish cream, and it isn't as fattening as many cakes out there!

    Recipe #222845

    There is nothing unusual or magic about this chicken soup. It just always works--bringing warmth, comfort, and peace into our house. It is particularly delicious when served with kneidlach (matzo balls) and/or kreplach (sort of like wantons). Hope your loved ones feel loved when you make it. This soup can easily be doubled, tripled, you name it. It freezes well without the veggies, and is great to have on hand in the freezer.

    Recipe #192473

    Born of necessity (no time, lots of guests...help!!), this quickly became a family favorite. It is almost silky in texture, and holds up well. Dress it up with horseradish or horseradish and mayo, or an assortment of salads... the possibilities are endless. An excellent make-ahead for a busy holiday week

    Recipe #138344

    10 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I was invited to friends for dinner on Rosh Hashana and was told to bring dessert. I decided to invent this trifle, along with the help of some very good Zaar folk in the Q&A thread. I want to thank Terese, PetitFour, Jules, CCLady, ann teapot, Iron Bloomers, Charishma, evelyn/athens, MarieAlice, HeatherFeather, joni g, Mrs Beeton wannabe, Dancer, Amy - Ellie''s mommie, Bergy, Watermelon and Ann Marie F for all their wonderful input. This dessert was a hit!

    Recipe #73080

    This is my favorite sweet noodle pudding. I usually serve it on Rosh Hashanah. I use the pre-crushed corn flake crumbs you find in a box at the grocery, though of course you could crush your own.

    Recipe #185192

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