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Gracie Goldberg

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Gracie GoldbergGracie Goldberg is originally from Ross, California, and has lived in DC for about six years. In her spare time, she loves to explore DC’s culinary scene and post about her restaurant experience and recipes on her blog, The Brisket Diaries, and Instagram @thebrisketdiaries. Gracie loves using cooking as a way to preserve her family’s traditions and Jewish culture and is passionate about modernizing shtetl cooking.

Ricotta Pancakes

Recipe by Gracie Goldberg

Ricotta Pancakes

While this isn’t a classic latke, it is, indeed, a cheese-filled pancake. This dish would be delicious for a Chanukah brunch (or brunch any other time of year) and is a fun twist on the classic pancake.

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Joy’s Poppy Seed Loaf

Recipe by Gracie Goldberg

Joy’s Poppy Seed Loaf

My mom doesn’t cook much, but when she does it is usually a dessert. She is most famous for her chocolate chip pumpkin loaf, her pumpkin pie, and this, a poppy seed loaf. Serve it toasted for breakfast or with a scoop of ice cream for dessert. A poppy seed loaf is perfect for every occasion!

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Nonnie’s Apricot Chicken

Recipe by Gracie Goldberg

Nonnie’s Apricot Chicken

Growing up, it was always a huge deal when we got to sleepover at Nonnie’s (my maternal grandmother) house in the foggy Marina neighborhood of San Francisco. Every time we went to Nonnie’s house we always requested three things for dinner, kasha and shells, donuts for desserts from our favorite spot on Chestnut Street and

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