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Kylie Jenner Shares Her Matzo Ball Soup Recipe

I didn’t want to do this. But there comes a time in every media writer’s life in which she must choose whether or not to write about the Kardashian-Jenners. Today I didn’t have a choice.

Because, according to her Insta Story, Kylie Jenner made matzo ball soup —and it really isn’t that bad.

The matzo balls? Fluffy and big. The hot tip? Toss celery, butter and carrots in a different, separate pot and add spices, then onions. I never thought I’d say this, but Kylie Jenner cooks matzo ball soup the way my grandmother does, with the same finesse and loving attention to detail.

Polish the dish off with chicken broth, chicken bouillon and throw in some egg noodles.

Remember when Kylie Jenner claimed credit for the resurgence of wigs?

Wigs, cooking, and lots of devoted followers? She’s almost a Hasidic rebbetzin. I wouldn’t be surprised if she went for baking challah next.

Shira Feder is a wordsmith who can be found at @shirafeder or at feder@forward.com

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