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    So Eat Already!

    The Jewish Mother Cookbook — Jewish recipes from around the world. Anyone can be a Jewish Mother, you just have to have a need to feed EVERYONE!!!
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    This Broccoli Kuegel is a simple & tasty. Parve, or even can be made for Passover

    Recipe #215742

    OK, OK, I know; your bubbie made the perfect matzo balls. But they are finicky little rascals that are made a 1000 different ways and everyones bubbies always made them best. What I want to share here is the simplest, no nonsence methode of the creation of soft and/or firm matzo balls; for just like white and dark meat people, there are soft and firm matzo ball people.

    Recipe #94412

    This is a traditional sweet vegetable and dried fruit stew made with some distinctive spices. I started roasting mine, after an idea I got from Martha Stewart. I make it for Rosh Hashana as well as Passover.

    Recipe #263220

    Hearty, flavorful, and tasty - what more could you ask for in a kugel? A kugel is a pudding made of starch smoothed out with fat and seasoned with spices. I first started making this for Passover, but now I make it on a regular basis. Lately, I've been blackmailed by friends to make it - "we're only coming over if you have your kugel". Ay. With a prep time of 20minutes, I shouldn't complain. Enjoy!

    Recipe #259588

    From The Jewish American Kitchen by Raymond Sokolov. I usually put my own twist on recipes I read, but not here - I never deviated from this recipe as turns out perfect each and every time. They can be frozen, either before or after frying. If they have been fried, defrost them before reheating in a 325 degree oven for about 20 minutes. These are perfect for a Sunday morning, and for the Jewish people, traditional for Shavuot. Time to make includes prep and cooking.

    Recipe #259608

    From a Jewish Cooking website, this recipe sounds quite intriguing to me as I love cherries and have never seen them used in this way before.

    Recipe #175733

    A M A Z I N G Honey Cake! Airy, rich and you can't tell it's low fat. A kind of cake that would make the Holiday much happier. Shana Tova!

    Recipe #185918

    From a website for Diabetics. Makes 8 servings with leftovers. Sounds good but note that it contains walnuts and walnut oil just in case of nut allergies.

    Recipe #192492

    I love these! They're great for brunch, very impressive!

    Recipe #204192

    SOO delicious, soo easy to make and loved by all!

    Recipe #204670

    This is very similar to my grandmother kugel she would always make me growing up. D-Licious!!!

    Recipe #207190

    Fanny Silverstein's recipe - a Romanian Jewish immigrant; from the book My Mother's Cookbook

    Recipe #209002

    I've been told these are almost like brownies. A fun twist on a traditional cookie. Cook time does not include freezing the dough or cooling the cookies. You will have extra filling left that you can use as fudge.

    Recipe #215550

    I found this recipe years ago on a Jewish recipe web site. I use Solo Filling instead of jam or preserves, I find them to be less sweet and taste more like fruit. The apricot and prune are exceptionally good.

    Recipe #217389

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A delicious classic without all the fat. For Diabetes just kicked up a touch.

    Recipe #229921

    I found this on RecipeSource and they say that they got it from A Jewish Mother's Cookbook by Elaine Radis. I halved it as they're only 3 of us - and added garlic - it was great!

    Recipe #237665

    I grew up eating tongue. It was one of our favorite meals. If you like tongue you will love this. True comfort food!

    Recipe #240582

    I found this recipe in a Jewish cookbook many years ago, and it has become a favorite of my family. It sounds complicated but is actually very easy and the blintzes can be frozen and used later.

    Recipe #251593

    Another great brisket recipe from my mother. Not only is it simple as can be, but clean up is a breeze since the brisket is cooked in foil.

    Recipe #252543

    Due to a craving (and a convenient epicurious e-recipe e-mail!), I found this recipe, which is seemingly just in time for a Jewish holiday, no? I like apples, and I like latkes, so how could they be bad? :)

    Recipe #252715

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