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Pickles with no vinegar

Pickles with no vinegar by Marcel

David Lebovitz - living the sweet life in Paris Kosher Dill Pickles Adapted from Arthur Schwartz’s Jewish Home Cooking Arthur advises making sure the cukes aren’t bitter before pickling them, so be sure to take a bite of one. In the US, at farmer’s markets, they often give samples first. If you live somewhere, like say, in…

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stuffed cabbage 2

stuffed cabbage 2 by Al cIntosh

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Old Fashion Hot and Juicy Cinnamon Rolls

Old Fashion Hot and Juicy Cinnamon Rolls by J. Gino Genovesi

Cinnamon dates back to about 2800 BC in Chinese writings. It is believed to have medical value, and equal in value to the price of silver In Medieval times, cinnamon was used I treat coughing, and colds.. The spice was considered valuable to preserve meats which inhibit growth of bacteria. Today, it is used in many recipes and…

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Quinoa Toss with Chickpeas and Herbs

Quinoa Toss with Chickpeas and Herbs by Brenda

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ekrum

ekrum by ekrum

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Herb and Spice Brine Leg of Lamb

Herb and Spice Brine Leg of Lamb by Smokinhotchef

This may be one of my best creations yet. There are an array of herbs and spices, most from my own garden, that help bring this leg of lamb up to that of a prized dish in any locale. The lamb is seasoned in a brine refrigerated for up to 36 hours, so it is essentially a make ahead dish. There is no need for further seasoning…

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Chicken soup with noodles or kreplach or matzo balls

Chicken soup with noodles or kreplach or matzo balls by Donna Cohen Avery

I'm Jewish so I am very picky about chicken soup. This is actually what I make when someone in the family is not feeling well. We also make it as a beginning for every holiday meal. You can serve this with noodles, rice, matzo balls or kreplach. I'm providing the recipe with noodles for common appeal. In order to make this right…

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Squash Souffle (pudding)

Squash Souffle (pudding) by Donna Cohen Avery

This is a wonderful recipe from my Grandmother that she got from her mother from the "old country", e.g. Lithuania. It is a staple on our holiday table and anyone who tries it loves it. You don't even have to like squash. If you are having lots of other side dishes, this goes quite far. You can make this with summer squash…

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Cheesy Potato Bake

Cheesy Potato Bake by Bizzy

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Zuccini (courettes) in wine dough

Zuccini (courettes) in wine dough by Korinna

This is a recipie from Austria, my mom send it to me yesterday (28th of july 2007) :-) thanks mom!

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small almond cookies

small almond cookies by branna

nice moister almond cookies

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Grandma's Matzah Brie

Grandma's Matzah Brie by Chef Feiny www.feintastingfoods.com

A sweet, savory, & Colorado recipe for Passover or anytime. Use softened Matzahs w/ eggs & seasoning for the savory type, or sugar, cinnamon, & fruit for the sweetened variety. Use Hebrew National salami and experience the midwest flavor. Always a favorite, anytime!

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Feiny's Matzah Ball Soup

Feiny's Matzah Ball Soup by Chef Feiny www.feintastingfoods.com

One of my favorite soups to make.....As a little boy I used to visit my Bubbie/ Great Grandma Ruth and would stay in the kitchen with her learning different techniques and cooking styles....To this day I make the soup the same way she taught me at the age of 5.

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Poppyseed Cookies

Poppyseed Cookies by karen byer

These are light, crispy sugar cookies made with oil instead of butter or margarine. The addition of oatmeal lends extra body and flavor to these delicious poppyseed or 'Mun' cookies. If desired, you can leave out the poppyseeds, substitute sesame seeds or simply bake as plain sugar cookies.

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My Delicious Secret Natural Hummus Recipe

My Delicious Secret Natural Hummus Recipe by jason

I made a secret hummus recipe and am sharing it. while living in Israel I learned much about middle eastern foods and the spices that grow and are being used in that part of the world. It was not unusual to see people get out of a car and walk to an empty field to pick spices. As a youngster growing up in the USA I did not like…

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