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  • April 3, 2007 at 9: 43 pm | Reply my mom never made us savory brei. we always had it with jelly and sugar. (now I like it with syrup) I only use 1 egg and 2 boards.

    Matzo Brei 101 2009

  • HowardGGoldberg: @drvino@jamiegoode On Sinai, God gave Moses the recipe for Pedro Ximénez so that the Jewish people could pour it on matzo brei at breakfast.

    Christmas fruitcake: impossible food-wine pairing?!? | Dr Vino's wine blog 2009

  • I just discovered this new low carb matza and I really like the brei made with that, its not so heavy.

    Matzo Brei 101 2009

  • Big debate in my household about the shape of the brei.

    Matzo Brei 101 2009

  • Since the NY Times ran a few matzoh brei recipes several years back, I top my matzoh brei with a mixture of caramelized fruits (granny smith apples, bananas, berries, pineapple, etc.).

    Matzo Brei 101 2009

  • I gave him his asking price and carried it in my back pocket to a Second Avenue diner, where I started it at the counter with my coffee and matzo brei.

    Hi-Ya! Jason Henry McCormick 2010

  • I've always considered migas Mexican matzoh brei, having had matzoh brei first.

    Migas in the morning | Homesick Texan Homesick Texan 2008

  • The only difference is matzoh brei is eaten sweet or savory, with sugar and jams or salt and/or a savory sauce.

    Migas in the morning | Homesick Texan Homesick Texan 2008

  • To this day, a bronze sculpture of a plate of unfinished matzoh brei adorns the inner lobby of East Orange's Temple Beth El. The Miracle of the Shiksa

    Mark C. Miller: Least-Known Jewish Miracles 2009

  • Shockingly, Sarah's parents excused their daughter from the table without either of them informing her of the existence of children in China that don't have matzoh brei at all.

    Mark C. Miller: Least-Known Jewish Miracles 2009


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  • “(Linguistics / Phonetics & Phonology) (intr) South African informal to speak with a uvular r, esp in Afrikaans Also brey”


    February 23, 2010