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Potato Knishes

This recipe was adapted from one by radio personality Arthur Schwartz, and I'll go to my grave believing that if my daughter-in-law Shell...

by Judy Bart Kancigor


Grandma Estelle’s Shepard’s Pie

I had to ask. “Joyce, why do you jab the meat pie with a fork before baking?” “I don’t know,” she answered. “My mother told me to do it. ...

by Judy Bart Kancigor

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Not-Your-Store-Bought Potato Blintzes

Why limit rich, oniony potato knish filling to knishes? For some reason the first blintz never comes out right, so don’t get discouraged....

by Judy Bart Kancigor


Easy Brisket for Every Holiday

Cousin Neil heads up a harem: He and his wife, Abbe, have three daughters—Amanda, Colby, and Taylor. Even the two Maltese are females. Ye...

by Judy Bart Kancigor



Mama Hinda rendered her own schmaltz (chicken fat) to use in cooking. The by-product, gribenes (skin cracklings), was the Pringles of her...

by Judy Bart Kancigor


Marilyn Greenberg’s Easy “Unstuffed” Cabbage

Here meatballs and chopped cabbage recall the classic with much less of the actual work. Aunt Irene’s version produces a gravy-like sauce...

by Judy Bart Kancigor


Potato Latkes

I have noticed through the years that there is a tendency among latke illuminati to view with disdain those who blend. “Oh, no,” they tsk...

by Judy Bart Kancigor

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Cherry Chili Chicken with Dipping Sauce

For some it’s a rabbit’s foot. For others it’s a lucky penny. For me it’s Cherry Chili Chicken. My lucky recipe was Aunt Hilda’s specialt...

by Judy Bart Kancigor


Carol Cohen’s Luscious Noodle Kugel

These days my mother’s signature kugei is one she got from her friend Carol Cohen, the lovely wife of our cantor (both, alas, no longer w...

by Judy Bart Kancigor


Mama Hinda’s Challah

No food reminds me more of Mama than her challah, and no Jewish food is more wrought with symbolism. The poppy seeds recall the manna tha...

by Judy Bart Kancigor


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