Delicious Memories: A Community Food Blog

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Bubbie Moses’s Honey Cake
Submitted by Roberta Berry Another of Bubbie’s recipes given to my mom, Sadie. I make this for Rosh Hashanah. Enjoy! Mom’s Honey Cake Serves: many Cooking time: 1 hour Preheat
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Jennie’s Chopped Herring
Submitted by Paula and Leland Bradbard 32 oz. herring tidbits in wine sauce – drain but save juice. 5 hard sweet apples (not Delicious)        1 fresh onion
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Bubbie Moses’s Mamaliga
Submitted by Roberta Berry From mother to daughter to granddaughter. This recipe comes from my mom, Sadie, as given to her by Bubbie Moses. I remember Zaydee bringing the samovar
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Susan Juster Viner’s Mocha Chip Sponge Cake
Submitted by Susan Juster Viner Mocha Chip Sponge Cake My Family’s Favorite ¼ cup very strong coffee (3 heaping teaspoons of instant coffee dissolved into ¼ cup of boiling water
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Gisela Adamski’s Chopped Liver Recipe
Submitted by Gisela Adamski Chopped Liver 1 lb. chicken livers 2 cups coarsely chopped onions 5 hard boiled eggs 1/4 cup vegetable oil (may need more) Saute liver and onion
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Susan Juster Viner’s Sour Cream Coffee Cake
Submitted by Susan Juster Viner                                        Beth Hillel, Bloomfield, Cookbook 3 cups flour 1 pint sour cream 1½ cups sugar ¾ cup butter or margarine 1½ tsp. baking powder     4
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Pecans Squares by Pesach and Batya Narkis
A Story From Family in Israel by Norma Feder Pesach and Batya Narkis are my cousins who were Holocaust survivors originally from Poland. After the war, they sailed on the
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Joseph Liebman’s Potato Sack
Joseph Liebman was a Jewish-American potato farmer. One of many Jewish immigrants who settled on Connecticut farms during the first half of the twentieth century, it’s no wonder that Liebman
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Susan Juster Viner’s Kugel – click picture for recipe day video clip
Susan Viner’s Luckshen Kugel (Dairy)This recipe is for a large kugel. For a smaller kugel, just use ½ of all ingredients and use a 9 x 13 inch pan.1 stick
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Helga Allweiss’s Pesach-dich Bagel – click picture for recipe day video clip
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