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Stuffed Cabbage for Sukkot

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on September 22, 2010

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Every year my husband Michael and I build a Sukkah at our home in preparation for the holiday of Sukkot.  Our first attempts in the early years, were no more then a rickety [click to continue…]

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Spinach Fritada, Sephardic Style

September 3, 2010
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In our family Rosh Hashanah Lunch is a dairy meal.  This is the tradition of the Jews from Rhodes or from Turkey.  The meal consists of

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Pescado Frito

July 27, 2010
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A crisp golden outside leads to moist, flaky, white fish on the inside. Fried fish is one of my favorite dishes for a weeknight dinner or a traditional Turkish Sephardic Shabbat or holiday lunch. For dinner, all you need to add is a crisp Greek salad, mashed potatoes or ‘macaron con queso’ (macaroni and cheese) […]

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Sephardic Turkish Salad

July 21, 2010
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Matbucha or Turkish Salad Did you ever notice a deep red, spread consistency, rich flavored dish served on most Mezze platters or displays? Commonly known in Israel as Turkish salad, or Matbucha, it may be Moroccan in origin

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Boyos de Spinaca

June 21, 2010
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Boyos de Spinaca y Cheso Last week on my recipe experiment day, I finally tried something I have been thinking about for years.  My mother, Nona always speaks of how her mother could open up the Masa, or dough for boyos until it was transparent and paper thin.  Once the dough was opened, she would […]

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