Delicious Memories: A Community Food Blog

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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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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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The Bradbard’s Challah – click picture for recipe day video clip
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Permissions Form
JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF GREATER HARTFORD 333 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT. 06117 PERMISSION FOR USAGE FORM Request for permission to publish, display or broadcast reproductions from the collection of
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Bertha Horn Gisser’s Kasha stuffing
Submitted by Margery Weinbaum My mother’s family all cherished Nonnie’s kasha recipe, and I would love to have it used for future generations. She stuffed a turkey with it at
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From the Kitchen of Esther Robbins
Submitted by Susie Namerow Esther’s Chocolate Mousse     9” Spring form pan 12 oz. pkg. Semi-sweet Chocolate Chips OR 11.5 oz. Bittersweet Ghiradelli Chocolate Pieces 6 eggs, separated (at
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From the Kitchen of Esther Robbins
Chocolate Babka submitted by Susie Namerow DOUGH:   2 dry yeast, dissolved in 1/2 cup lukewarm water 5 cups flour 2/3 cup sugar 1 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. baking powder
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Grandma Jean’s Date Nut Bread in a Can
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