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    A delicious dessert from "Cookarama: Traditional Jewish and other Gourmet Recipes" published by the Alliance Sisterhood of Denver.

    Recipe #137698

    By way of La Cucina Ebraica, these cookies, traditionally served at Rosh Hashanah, (sfratti means evicted) supposedly represent the sticks landlords used to chase non-paying tenants. The pastry, moistened with sweet wine, is made with butter or margarine--depending on whether the meal is dairy or not. Cook time includes two hours for dough to chill.

    Recipe #139169

    Ginger arrived in Italy with Arabic traders or North African Jewish immigrants, so it's likely that this is a Sicilian or Livornese recipe. From "Cucina Ebraica" by Joyce Goldstein.

    Recipe #139220

    From "Shabat Shalom" by Susan Friedland, this is a typical Moroccan-Jewish dish. It's great as a main course, or would serve 8 as a starter. Prep time does not include time for making dried chickpeas (if you choose to use them).

    Recipe #151348

    A truly lovely, earthy kugel from Jayne Cohen's wonderful cookbook, "The Gefilte Variations."

    Recipe #151777

    A foolproof recipe, you can vary it by using other dried fruits and/or spices. You can use ruby or tawny port--no need to use a great vintage here, but do use something drinkable. I think it is worth it to seek out organic dried fruits.

    Recipe #151948

    Don't overlook this recipe because of it's wonderful simplicity! Also, do not be tempted to add anything. This recipe yields one of the most flavorful, juicy whole roasted chickens you will ever eat. The sweet flavor of the subtly lemon-scented chicken is marvelous, and the crispy sweet skin has a wonderful tang.

    Recipe #134041

    This is mostly served as a side dish with pot roast and gravy, I have even made this for Sunday brunch and served it with eggs! --- to save time the potatos may be grated and kept refrigerated covered completely in cold water for up to 3 days ---I like to also add in some cayenne pepper for a little heat --- for a lighter fluffier textured kugel add in another egg with 1 teaspoon baking powder --- for Passover subsitute matzo meal for the flour.

    Recipe #69020

    For all you kugel lovers out there, here's another one! Adjust all spices to taste. Add in some Parmesan cheese too!

    Recipe #73738

    These are the *best* and fluffiest matzo balls on the planet, matzo meal can be found in the Jewish or deli section of any major super market chain or in a deli store, store any leftover matzo meal in the fridge or freezer ---these really expand when simmering in the broth so make sure that you have lots of broth in the pot before adding them in :)

    Recipe #137491

    I have been making these for over 20 years, I usually get about 15 patties but it depends on the size of the batter that you drop in the pan, these are better if fried to very brown and crispy, you can make a double recipe, fry them then freeze them on a tray then pop them into freezer bags, then just warm them in the oven to crisp up, they are very addicting and I can tell you I eat half before they even get to the table lol! If you plan on doubling the recipe then make two separate recipes in two bowls, I have doubled the recipe into one bowl and for some reason they just are not as good --- if desired you could add in a slightly beaten large egg and reduce the milk by 1/4 cup --- you will *love* these! also see my recipe#186700 *and* recipe#244592

    Recipe #138173

    This recipe goes back 30 years or more, my family *loves* these! you can make these ahead of time and then freeze, just cool and place on a large baking sheet to freeze, when frozen stack in a freezer container or pop them into a freezer bag, to reheat and re-crisp, defrost the pancakes then place in a 400 degree oven for about 8 minutes turn over then continue baking until crisp, I strongly suggest to double the recipe these will be half gone before they even make it to the table! I like to add in some cayenne pepper and a bit of garlic powder but that is optional --- yield is only estimated you should get between 20-23 pancakes for this recipe, to make things easier use your processor to grate the potatoes, plan ahead the grated potatoes need to soak for a minimum of 8-24 hours or even up to 2 days to remove some of the starch, the longer soaking time the crispier they will be --- serve with sour cream :)

    Recipe #186700

    World Tour Zaar 2005- Jewish/Kosher Keeps for one year in fridge. Also makes great gift as it is a jarred sauce. Wonderful on roast lamb or beef. Being a widely used condiment this could also fit into British cuisine as well as other regions.

    Recipe #134941

    Fast and easy. Very unusual topping made with bread- but you can't tell! Use whatever fruit you would like. My family says this is THE best cobbler EVER! I like it bc it is made with things that I always have on hand and can be thrown together in minutes yet it looks pretty enough to serve company.

    Recipe #151788

    I've been saving this since 1997 from McCall's magazine. There are 9 Passover recipes in it. The menu they gave is Gefilte Fish (no recipe), Chicken Soup With Matzo Balls, Mixed Green Salad (no recipe), Stuffed Tarragon Roast Capon With Rich Pan Gravy, Matzo Walnut and Mushroom Stuffing, Roasted Tzimmes, Asparagus With Lemon and Mint, Chocolate-Almond Torte With Strawberry Sauce, and Assorted Macaroons. One of these days I may get this made but for safe keeping I'm saving it here.

    Recipe #126750

    I've been saving this since 1997 from McCall's magazine. There are 9 Passover recipes in it. The menu they gave is Gefilte Fish (no recipe), Chicken Soup With Matzo Balls, Mixed Green Salad (no recipe), Stuffed Tarragon Roast Capon With Rich Pan Gravy, Matzo Walnut and Mushroom Stuffing, Roasted Tzimmes, Asparagus With Lemon and Mint, Chocolate-Almond Torte With Strawberry Sauce, and Assorted Macaroons. One of these days I may get this made but for safe keeping I'm saving it here.

    Recipe #126781

    I've been saving this since 1997 from McCall's magazine. There are 9 Passover recipes in it. The menu they gave is Gefilte Fish (no recipe), Chicken Soup With Matzo Balls, Mixed Green Salad (no recipe), Stuffed Tarragon Roast Capon With Rich Pan Gravy, Matzo Walnut and Mushroom Stuffing, Roasted Tzimmes, Asparagus With Lemon and Mint, Chocolate-Almond Torte With Strawberry Sauce, and Assorted Macaroons. One of these days I may get this made but for safe keeping I'm saving it here.

    Recipe #126826

    I've been saving this since 1997 from McCall's magazine. There are 9 Passover recipes in it. The menu they gave is Gefilte Fish (no recipe), Chicken Soup With Matzo Balls, Mixed Green Salad (no recipe), Stuffed Tarragon Roast Capon With Rich Pan Gravy, Matzo Walnut and Mushroom Stuffing, Roasted Tzimmes, Asparagus With Lemon and Mint, Chocolate-Almond Torte With Strawberry Sauce, and Assorted Macaroons. One of these days I may get this made but for safe keeping I'm saving it here.

    Recipe #126827

    I've been saving this since 1997 from McCall's magazine. Here are the last three recipes. Go to Chicken Soup With Matzo Balls to read more.

    Recipe #126828

    I've been saving this since 1997 from McCall's magazine. Here are the last three recipes. Go to Chicken Soup With Matzo Balls to read more. Here is the last Macaroon recipe. Here is a few other interesting things they had in the artical. A taste of history: The seder plate...Every food represents portions of the Passover story. Zeroah, a roasted shank bone, symbolizes the lamb sacrificed on Passover eve. A roasted egg, betzah, signifies eternal life. Haroset, a mix of apples and wine, is inspired by the mortar used to build Pharaoh's cities. Horseradish is a reminder of life in slavery. Karpas, a vegetable dipped in salt water, commemorates spring. Calling all kids...The afikomen, or ceremonial matzo, is hidden at the beginning of dinner by the seder leader. A prize (usually candy or money) goes to the child who finds it. The matzo is then shared by everyone at the table.

    Recipe #126829

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