I grew up eating this “stick to your ribs” soup on many a Friday night. It is my Grandma Jeannie’s recipe passed down through her mother Great Grandma Sarah who, no doubt, learned it from Great Great Grandma Ida. I can still see my incredibly elegant Mother picking up the […]
This is such an easy, elegant , and flexible hors d’oeuvre. Dot it with creme fraiche and it’s dairy. Skip the crème fraiche and it’s pareve. Either way, this make ahead delicious hors d’oeuvre is always a hit!
This is the perfect starch for any meat meal. If you prefer Gluten-Free and /or you want to make this for Passover: replace the cornstarch with potato starch and the corn oil with any oil that is kosher for Passover.
This borscht is full of flavor from the vegetables and dill with a slight sweet and sour tang from the vinegar and sugar. Even your carnivores will love it!
This was such a sweet post from my daughter (Jessica Kobrin Bernstein- @Peek a baby blog)- that I had to repost it here: “These are the latkes that I grew up eating…and I still haven’t tasted any that come close!” The ultimate latke, in our family, is crispy on the […]
Meat borscht has a richness of flavor that more than compensates for the extra work involved.
This recipe for Stuffed Cabbage is the essence of food memory for me. The aroma and taste bring back my Grandparents, Margaret-the lady who made it for them and Annie Mae- the lady who made it for my parents, myself and my brother. When I was a toddler, Grandma Jeannie […]
I just love my grandmother’s recipe for stuffed cabbage–the smell of it cooking just says ‘High Holidays’ to me. Because I have vegetarians at my table every year (my daughter and sil), I always make a batch that is purely vegetarian. It’s really the Ginger Snaps, not the meat, that […]