Delicious Memories: A Community Food Blog

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Seders at Barbara Gordon’s House
Submitted by Barbara Gordon Seders growing up were always at my Dad’s Mom and Dad’s house on Rockville Street in Hartford. I loved going there to see the amazing plants
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Start a new Tradition in Your Home This Passover!
While gathering around the holiday table with loved ones during Passover, use this perfect opportunity to collect and document family history. Everyone can contribute by compiling questions and the younger
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Corona XC-R Yiddish Typewriter
Our 2019 debut item for Artifact of the Month is this adorable Corona XC-R Yiddish typewriter. The serial number 640285 dates this typewriter to 1929, when Smith & Corona Typewriters,
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Bus Trip to the Yiddish Book Center
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Grandma Rose’s Matzo Balls
Submitted by Lynn Newman Matzo Balls 4 eggs, beaten 1/2 Cup water 1 or 2 Tablespoons of chicken fat 1 Cup of matzo meal 1 Teaspoon salt Dash pepper Stir
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Recipes From Beth S. Goldberg’s Kitchen – Fruit Smoothie
Submitted by Beth S. Goldberg Fruit Shake or Smoothie 1 frozen banana 4 frozen strawberries 1/4 Cup frozen blueberries 1 Cup almond or coconut milk 3 Tablespoons of vanilla protein
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Recipes From Beth S. Goldberg’s Kitchen – Salmon with Pineapple Glaze
Submitted by Beth S. Goldberg Salmon with Pineapple Glaze 4 Five ounce portions of salmon 2 Cups unsweetened pineapple juice 4 Teaspoons soy sauce In a small stainless steel sauce
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Erica Bloch’s South African Kichel
Submitted by Erica Bloch Kichel is made for every South African simcha – a flat, less-sweet kichel than the American version, used for putting chopped herring on, or just eaten
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New collection available– Congregation Beth Ahm, Windsor
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Susan Juster Viner’s Modified California Fruit Cake
Submitted by Susan Juster Viner In the mid 1970’s, I chaired a cookbook for my synagogue. It was a three-year project, went into two printings and sold out both. Recipes
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