My Global Groceries column. This time, it's less travelogue and more about the food culture of Passover. Thanks for reading.
Hag sameh ! To all those celebrating and I'm happy to say
steph i recognize all these foods w/the tradition b/c for
almost 13 yrs as a real estate secretary and as a multi ethnic
office we have swapped stories and traditions for all high
holidays from all corners of the earth!
I didn't know you worked in real estate. I'm licensed! I used to work at an office we called 'the Little UN'. There were about nine languages spoken including two who spoke Norwegian. Surprisingly, I was the only Jew there.
Yes i know i got your business card w/you christmas
card,lol,i know what you mean about being called
literally the UN...i hope u have a great holiday!
smoochies the divine ms.m
but have always been stumped when it comes to Kosher. I've cooked for Vegans, Muslims, Vegetarians, classic americans, dairy free, low salt, etc...but Kosher is one that I've never attempted to cook.
I understand that some of it has to do with Rabbis ensuring the process meets certain standards, but I can honestly say I've never had a completely kosher meal, but I'd definitely love to some time! :) I've had Matzo ball soup made for me by someone who followed her great, great grandmother's recipe (it was AH-MAZ-ING). If anything, that convinced me I want to try more!
If you have recipes I'd love to try them (granted it won't be Kosher purely due to the fact that I don't keep Kosher), but I'd love to try some recipes if you have a few favorites. :)
Shannon and Winston :)
My swimming bully buddy!
An agent of mine gave me recipe for kosher
cheesecake...yup,it was mmmhmmm delicious!!!i shall dig it up for u!
smoochies the scrunchy face