Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Watch 'em All קוק זײ אַלע אָן


Cabbage Strudel
קרױט שטרודל
kroyt shtrudl

Flavored Vodka and Nut Cake
געװירצטע װאָדקע און נוסטאָרט
gevirtste vodke un nustort

Honey Cake and Roasted Trout
האָניק לעקעך און געבראָטנע סטראָנגע
honik lekekh un gebrotene stronge

Sorrel Soup and Matzo Meal Pancakes
שטשאַװ און כרמסלעך
shtshav un khremslekh

Mamelige and Popcorn
מאמעליגע און קאָקאָשעס
mamelige un kokoshes

Sour Cherry Dumplings
װאַרניקעס װײַנשל
varenikes fun vaynshl


Blogger squeeze said...

I love it!! I want to be in the kitchen with them. Oy, a fargenign

12:26 PM  
Blogger Alan Divack said...

I have only watched the cabbage and strudel so far, but it is pure poetry in motion!

One question: would it make sense to saute the caraway seed in oil before adding the onions rather than putting them in later? I know this may not be traditional, but toasting seeds in oil to extract the flavors is a commonly used technique in Indian cooking.

6:24 PM  
Blogger Lao Qiao said...

Never would I have guessed that a tablecloth can be used as a tool for preparing strudel.

4:14 PM  
Blogger Melissa said...

I just stumbled upon your blog. I love, love, love your blog.

Thank you for creating such a fun and inspiring blog.

6:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

א מחיה, ש'כח, מיינע דאמען! איך ווארט אויף אייערע פסח-רעצעפטן

5:29 PM  

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