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Prepared Horseradish Hi all, Has anyone seen prepared WHITE horseradish in Jerusalem? Alternatively, if this is not around, has anyone seen raw horseradish root. I was hoping to

Simone Katz
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Wel;come Back, Victoria Some of you may have been with us two years ago when we had a wonderful cooking class with Victoria Barayev. Well, save the date:            MONDAY,

Klara LeVine
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Re: Leftover bread Thanks. I know what to do with leftover bread. By Rosh Hashana I.will have enough again to stuff a large Turkey and then again for Thanksgiving. I am going

Fredi
Mar 2
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Re: subbing oil for margarine Yes, I not only cool my dough for at least a half hour before handling it for shaping, I also only take out a bit at a time, leaving the rest in the fridge,

Marcia Katz
Mar 2
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Re: subbing oil for margarine I have found that hulling the dough in the fridge before rolling out makes it easier to handle. ... I have found that hulling the dough in the fridge before

Debbie Gerver
Mar 2
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Re: subbing oil for margarine Thanks On Mar 2, 2015 4:40 PM, "Nechama nkook2320@... [israel-food]" < ... Thanks On Mar 2, 2015 4:40 PM, "Nechama nkook2320@... [israel-food]"

Ilana Goldstein Saks
Mar 2
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Re: subbing oil for margarine I made it with my kids this past week and it's easy to use just add extra flour after you mix it and make sure it's not sticky then you can just share out the

Nechama
Mar 2
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Re: subbing oil for margarine Thanks. Is this dough easy to handle? I am doing this with my kids so I want stress-free dough....

Ilana Goldstein Saks
Mar 2
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Re: subbing oil for margarine Here's a Cookie type hamantashen recipe that we fill with apples& cinnamon / choc/ jelly/ poppy fillings. That uses oil not margarine. 4 eggs 1 Cup sugar 1/2

Nechama
Mar 2
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Re: subbing oil for margarine I use oil and the only problem is that the hamentaschen "melt" a little.

Debbie Gerver
Mar 2
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Re: Leftover bread When my kids were small, an end-of-the-month staple was soup and garlic toast from leftover frozen bread. I'd nuke crushed garlic in olive oil, mush it on the

Cara Bereck
Mar 2
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subbing oil for margarine Sorry if this question was asked before. Can one substitute oil for margarine in a hamantaschen type cookie dough recipe? Thanks, Ilana

Ilana Goldstein Saks
Mar 2
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Re: barley You can make a barley pilaf. Make it a you would a rice pilaf but substitute barley for the rice.  You'll need more water or stock a well. I saute onions,

Michele Goldberg
Mar 1
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Re: Leftover bread A more savory version would be with sauteed onions and mushrooms instead of fruit and herbs instead of the cinnamon and sugar (sort of like a stuffing that's

Michele Goldberg
Mar 1
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Re: Leftover bread Soak the challah, Drain, add eggs (based on the quantity of challah you have), fruit, apples or what ever, cinnamon, sugar, Mush together and bake at 180 till

alizah hochstead
Mar 1
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