Cheese and Potato Borekas Video

Take a look at my first attempt at a food instruction video. It is a funny, but instructional video showing how to make cheese and potato borekas. Enjoy.

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Alona Martinez
Twitter: culinarycomplsn
March 12, 2010 at 12:40 PM

YUM! Great video! You’ve inspired me to make them this weekend!

Aliza Gerstein March 20, 2010 at 1:05 PM

Loved watching you make these Bourekas.
You brought me back to my childhood in Greece. I took this for lunch to the Jewish school I attended in Athens.
Cant’t wait to make them after Passover.

Beyhan September 29, 2011 at 12:43 PM

Hi Linda!
Remember we met at Sheilah’s house? I watched your borekas recipe and I loved it. I feel like I’m standing in your kitchen with your sisters. So intimate, and you make the whole process look wonderfully easy. In my family, we don’t do the twisting of the boreka at the end. You said there was a name for that in Ladino, but I didn’t quire understand it. Could you tell me that word? Best Regards, and hope to see you again, soon. Are you going to the Turkish Festival in DC on October 2nd?

Linda Capeloto Sendowski
Twitter: theborekadiary
October 2, 2011 at 3:59 PM

Hi Beyhan, so nice to hear from you. I will not be attending the Festival , although I would love to , I live in the Los Angeles area. The name of the twisted edge on the borekas is called repulgo. It is from a Spanish word , actually a verb, repulgar, which means border or create a border, an edge.

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