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Jewish Cooking in America by Joan Nathan

My Favorite Brisket

A meaty beef brisket is slowly braised in a brew of red wine, tomatoes, onions, garlic, rosemary, thyme, and parsley. A perfect recipe for Passover.

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  • 20 M
  • 4 H
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North Shore Chicago Hadassah’s Lick-Your-Fingers Kugel

This noodle kugel is an adaptation of the Jewish recipe. The kugel, filled with eggy sugary noodles, is baked until praline-like. A Rosh Hashanah recipe.

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  • 30 M
  • 2 H
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Jewish Cooking in America by Joan Nathan

Crustless Apple Crumb Cake

Layers of apples are tossed in a baking dish, covered with a cinnamon-scented crumb mixture, then drizzled with orange juice. A perfect cake for Passover.

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  • 30 M
  • 1 H
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Apple-Apricot Crostata

Essentially an Italian tart, this crostata is made with a butter crust and is filled to overflowing with apricot-glazed Granny Smith apples.

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  • 35 M
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Chicken Marbella

Chicken Marbella, a sell-out at The Silver Palate, is filled with chunks of chicken and flavored with vinegar, brown sugar, dried plums, and olives

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  • 25 M
  • 3 H
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Potica

Potica (pronounced “po-TEET-sa”) is a paper-thin sweet bread filled with walnuts, honey, sugar, and butter originally from Croatia.

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  • 20 M
  • 1 H
  • 1

Sam the Argentine Baker’s Medium Rye Bread

This relatively untraditional rye bread tempers and rye flour with all-purpose flour for a loaf with a slightly more delicate taste and texture.

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  • 30 M
  • 3 H
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Crispy Chicken Skin | Gribenes

For this Jewish recipe, strips of chicken skin and chopped onion are sauteed in a skillet until the skin is crispy and the onion is dark and meltingly sweet.

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Jelly Doughnuts

Sufganiyot comes from the Greek “sufgan”, meaning puffed and fried. Made by bakers in Jerusalem for Hanukkah, you can enjoy these jelly doughnuts at home.

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Zucchini Parmesan Latkes

Classic Jewish potato pancakes get turned topsy turvy with zucchini, scallions, garlic and freshly grated Parmesan cheese.

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  • 35 M
  • 45 M
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