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Grandma’s Jewish Rye Bread

I cannot believe that it’s been a week since my last post. Time sure flies when I’m on Spring Break! Since Adam and I didn’t travel anywhere this break, It’s been a break full of cleaning, crafting, and cooking. In … Continue reading

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Old-School Cooking: Grandma’s Salami

I have two very distinct sets of food memories. Set one (the much larger set) is that of my family when I was growing up. I’ve talked about this memory set many many times here, and it’s one of the … Continue reading

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Mock Chopped

Have you ever had chopped liver? I’m sure you’ve heard of it in an idiomatic sense, as in “What am I? Chopped liver?” If you’ve ever been to a traditional delicatessen, you may have seen an odd-looking tan paste covered … Continue reading

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