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My great-grandmother Goldie never measured what she cooked, so these are the approximations that my mom and Zayde wrote down when they were cooking with her. My mom usually uses less margarine (or butter) and sour cream but more noodles. Zayde usually uses more sour cream, butter and noodles. It always tastes great!
It used to be said, only half in jest, that if a Russian immigrant coming off the plane at Ben Gurion airport wasn’t carrying a violin, it meant that the new oleh (immigrant to Israel) was a pianist.
Green couscous with mint pesto (above) is among the many meatless dishes we’ve gathered from our food section — a sumptuous sampling of our favorite vegetarian main courses, salads, sides and soups.
This is an occasional column in which the writer evaluates a cookbook by making some of its recipes, sharing the dishes with friends and asking her guests what they think of the results. She recently cooked her way through “The Silver Platter: Simple to Spectacular Wholesome, Family-Friendly Recipes” by Daniella Silver With Tips & Techniques From Norene Gilletz (Artscroll/Mesorah Publications).
This gorgeous salad from “The Silver Platter” is refreshing, clean and simple. As an almost-all-green salad with very few ingredients, the unique cut on the sweet snap peas exposing the tiny green treasures hidden within makes it so elegant to present.