Peaches, plums, pluots, nectarines all abound at the farmer’s market. Cobblers, crisps, and pies demand to be baked. Turn on the oven!
This Shabbat, we are approaching our second Passover in the pandemic. I feel hollowed out. Empty. I miss my family. I want a large rowdy seder. The unfathomable - holiday without family - has become the routine.
I break out an old recipe book, the one my mother gave me at my bridal shower. I look through it, like a photo album of old friends. What can I cook this Shabbat before Passover? What will lift my spirits and prepare me for the holiday - and maybe use up some chametz? Finally, I find a recipe that is like an old friend - my Nana’s brownies.
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