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Passover 2019 Menu and Recipe Links

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on April 9, 2019

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Passover 2019 Menu

I realize that I have not posted in a very long time.  I apologize to my readers for that, but life has been mostly very good and very busy and that is a good thing.  No complaints from me.  My family is growing and I have chosen to pursue many other interests although I still cook and bake a lot for enjoyment and to delight and please my family.  I hope to one day soon publish my second book with recipes for everyday life and holidays.  In the meantime I have my Passover menu ready and I thought I would share links to many of my recipes that I have already started prepping. [click to continue…]

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Brisket, Smoked Whole for Fourth of July.

July 3, 2014
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I wrote about this a year and a half ago and I want to encourage you to try it.  It gets better every time I make it. Smoking a brisket is not like baking a cake.  It is not exact. The constant is, bring the internal temperature of the meat

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Barbecue Brisket

December 8, 2012
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A few weeks ago we started our annual winter/spring visits to the Palm Springs area in order to satisfy our compulsion to play golf.  Why golf you might ask?  Golf is

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Happy Hanukah

December 3, 2010
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Happy Hanukah to everyone.  Click on these links for classic recipes for Hanukah dinner in addition to the Bumuelos recipe in my recent post. I appreciate all of your comments and I hope you continue to offer your encouragement to me. Regards, Linda Brisket Latkes Applesauce enjoy the you tube video.

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Brisket for Passover

March 26, 2010
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Brisket is one of the best cuts of meat to serve for a holiday.  Brisket can serve a crowd, is relatively economical, and you can cook it ahead.  When I cook it ahead, I degrease and cut the brisket into thin slices before I reheat it.

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