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Spinach and Beet Green Rosh Hashanah Muffins

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on September 29, 2015

2015 NJ Rosh HAshanah 058Every year as Rosh Hashanah looms large it is time to put my creative hat on and revive interest in the Simanim foods or traditional blessed foods.  I revive the Simanim by [click to continue…]

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Boyus With Spinach and Cheese

May 3, 2013

I made these the other night and froze them.  This year 2013, Shavuot  falls on May 14, 15 and 16th.  I am taking the opportunity to bake some dairy treats.  Boyus

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Boyus With Spinach and Cheese

July 14, 2011

Boyus or Boyuz or Boyikus are spinach and cheese filled Sephardic pastry.  I have tried many recipes and I think at least three are archived on this blog in the recipe index.  Last week when I was researching and making strudel I had a thought.  Strudel dough is essentially like philo dough.  Nona says that […]

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Bulemas

September 14, 2009

Bulemas or Boyus, depending on what town your grandparents came from, are spirals of stuffed dough, baked in the oven until crisp.  Spinach and cheese filling is my favorite.  Yeast dough is stretched until, it is a long rectangle, then filled, rolled into a cylinder, sealed at the ends, and coiled into a nest.  They […]

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A Sephardic Rosh Hashanah

September 13, 2009

Sephardic Tradition for Rosh Hashanah My family has a unique culinary heritage, migrating from the Holy Land to Spain; my ancestors lived and flourished in the Golden Age for centuries.  The Golden Age was a time of religious tolerance in Spain’s history from around 711  to the 13th century, an age of civility, poetry, enlightened medicine, […]

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