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This is the third column in a series I’m writing exclusively for the Forward. My goal, as always, is to share exactly how I cook. My most popular cookbook, “Quick & Kosher Recipes From The Bride Who Knew Nothing” (now in its 7th printing), features glimpses into the story that is my life and my penchant for feeding my family, fast. Almost a decade later, my style hasn’t changed. My life has only gotten busier, my cooking faster and my ingredients fewer.
If you are lucky in life, you will find a dish that everyone in your family loves, and whenever you suggest making it, they will enthusiastically agree. This has become that recipe in my family.
Sachlav, a hot drink that is to Israel what hot chocolate is here. Photograph courtesy of Mighty Pie.
“Would You Make This?” is a sporadic column where personal chef Alix Wall evaluates a cookbook by making some of its recipes, sharing them with friends and asking what they think of the results.