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Sunday, Sep 23, 2012 on Food.com
"Hope you all had a happy healthy new year, now Tom kipper is coming up. Any new menus posted? I still make the same menu I posted several yrs ago, my family hates changes for holidays but this year I am going to add a spinach quiche.. I also make my clafoutis and bagels and lox of course.
So how do you break your fast?"
Sunday, Apr 8, 2012 on Food.com
"running back and forth from here to our other home has been crazy and this year i was so lucky to have 2 more grandkids, and the latest is a boy, a new species for me, lol. i hope you all enjoyed the seders, i am enjoying the leftovers and the quiet, lol
i know i have been awol from here and i apologoze,"
Thursday, Feb 2, 2012 on Food.com
"i'm sure you've all heard of the kosher cure for whatever ails you- chicken soup. every cook has their own version, i make mine the way my grandmothers did, simmering the chicken, carrots, celery, parsnips, herbs until the house smells wonderful.
you can add noodles, rice, or my personal favorite, http://www.food.com/recipe-finder/all/matzoh-balls"
Wednesday, Feb 1, 2012 on Food.com
"pareve foods are neither meat nor dairy and can be used in either meals. an example would be eggs, oils, vegetables, fruits, and many condiments.
milk is dairy but coconut milk is pareve
butter is dairy but certain brands of margerine are pareve.
chicken is meat but eggs are pareve.
pareve foods are identified by a P near the kosher symbol on p..."
Saturday, Nov 19, 2011 on Food.com
"after 4 dd's and 2 gdd's we no have a grandson! he is a cutie and i'm so happy for dd#1- the bris will be on thanksgiving. should i serve bagels or turkey, lol?