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Savory Kugel

Recipe by Linda

Savory Kugel

I think that my marriage vows should have read “I am beloved’s and he is mine–as long as I make the family kugel.” This recipe is so ingrained in my husband’s family history that, when he was growing up, he had no idea that everyone else didn’t mean the same thing when they spoke about

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Moroccan Harira Soup

Recipe by The Kosher Kitchen Catering Co.

Moroccan <em>Harira</em> Soup

The flavors for this traditional Moroccan favorite originated with Michael Medina’s mother and grandmother, for use at his Distrikt Bistro and The Kosher Kitchen Catering Co. This exact recipe, however, was developed by Avi Harouch, Medina’s chef trained at the Culinary Institute of America. Harira is usually made with beef broth, but this vegetarian version

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Grandma Ricki’s Spinach Kugel

Recipe by Suzin Glickman Bobeck

Grandma Ricki’s Spinach Kugel

This recipe came from Grandma Ricki’s synagogue’s cookbook. It is the first prepared food that my oldest son Aaron, who had a lot of restrictions, could eat. I ate it daily as a new mother because it was healthy, easy to prepare ahead of time and could be frozen in serving portions to be easily

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Julia’s Challah

Recipe by Sue Cohn

Julia’s Challah

In my family, we have experimented with using whole wheat flour for our challah and find that the amount of whole wheat in this recipe gives the challah a bit of body without making it too dense or changing the light nature of the bread too much.

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Zucchini Pancakes

Recipe by Sue Cohn

Zucchini Pancakes

These are a nice variety for lunch or a side dish during Passover or Chanukah. This is one of those “old fashioned” recipes…you really need to mash by hand, something perfect for kids to do. Don’t use a blender as it makes the mixture too watery.

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