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This is brunch food, Saturday afternoon food, and Super Bowl football game watching food. If you-are-asked-to-bring something sort of stuff. Essentially, you are dumping a vegetable dip into a hollowed out rustic bread. The hollowed out bread bits are the ‘dippers’.Pretty as a picture and as quick as you please.
A new spin on my legendary potato pancakes New Way Famous Potato Latkes. Sweet potatoes add vitamins and colour; the combination of gold and orange is simply beautiful.
This is the dressing to go with falafel – the pita and chick pea snack food.
Sweet potatoes, brown sugar and marshmallows - what could be more classic. This recipe calls for orange juice among other things. I also add 1-2 teaspoons of pure vanilla to this heartwarming, holiday favorite.
Great with roast turkey at Thanksgiving or with scrambled eggs or a pot roast. This is so good, some people just have this as the main dish! It is as good reheated as it is piping hot from the oven the first setting.
There are countless versions of this wonderful soup. Good job it is so simple. This is totally amazing soup; one spoonful transports you to Anywhere, South of the Border.
Use flat egg noodles for this kugel. This is the serve-with-brisket or sweet and sour meatballs sort of kugel. It is never refused! In Yiddish, lukshin means, noodles or pasta. This is gently kissed with onion powder. Yes, I know - nothing beats real onions but I find this lighter onion approach ensures kids devour this dish. You can vary it by adding sauted mushrooms and onions for a more adult approach.
This is the easy and classic recipe most families serve. They are great any time – not just for Chanukah. Mini ones are best.
These are lickity split to make but wonderful, served with chilled salmon or turkey.
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This is rich, smooth and sumptuous. Perfect for Rosh Hashanah or break-the-fast Yom Kippur or a Sunday brunch dish.