As rebbetzin of a young, energetic and HUNGRY shul, I have long been in search of a recipe for cholent which will satisfy the crowd and elicit few (or no) complaints. One of our eagle-eyed members tasted this delicious brew at another shul and brought its secrets home for us to use. Now we make it monthly at our Shabbat Mevorchim lunch (we make a cheaper, veggie cholent for regular kiddushes) and everyone is happy. We often add 4 or 5 loaves of frozen kishke too, but when I tried to put that in the list of ingredients, the website did not recognize "kishke" as a viable ingredient. (I think many cardiologists would agree) Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.