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Phi, was your question about lokshen kugel, potato kugel or Yerushalmi (yeah, I know that's made from lokshen too, but it merits its own category) kugel? stanley Jerusalem
STANLEY-I must say a bowl of soup mit lokshen would do me the world of good today as I have to admit that sinfully I partook of a dish of gambas pil pil last night full of knoble AND THE BELLY IS NISHT GUT!!!
Holocaust survivors and other immigrant women pass on their memories of the food — and life — they once knew by preparing lokshen kugel (noodle pudding), tzimmes (stewed carrots), mandelbrot (a strudel-like butter cookie) and kreplach (dumplings), providing their children and grandchildren with a “taste of the past” that reflects their cultural and geographic origins.
This is especially impressive considering that Sax writes about pastrami, and lokshen kugel (or, "noodle pudding"), hardly the white truffles or Michelin starred restaurants that normally feature in gastronomic tomes.
Even when we kill their papa'les and mama'les, we are generous enough to give the orphans a bit of schnitzel, gefilte and chicken soup with lokshen, so they never join the meshuggenah Hamas once they they are old enough to become ticking bomb'alchs.
February 26th, 2009 6: 37pm stanley Jerusalem-I have not forgotten where I came from, if some of these posters have, I was dangled over a shmaltz herring barrel every sunday and was used for fishing them out - you do not forget that even if mr galileo has forgotten - I am waiting for his report on the play where he will attend with a placard "I am A jew" on his back and clutching a lokshen pudding to his breast.
Linda-A bagel is used for resting your chin in whilst sipping the soup:) and a kuchan is used over each ear when derek the blade speaks, small slices of new green cucumbers are placed over each eye when he comes round a corner. oh and btw if you have not tasted my friend SWEETIE, S (A NEW POSTER) lokshen pudding, you have never lived.
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