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Posted: January 7th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: family dinner meals, meat | Comments Off on Brisket!

Sorry it took me so long to post this.  Because this is Jewish food, you stick your hands into a lot of it.

For the brisket, I basically just used this recipe with double the garlic, but when I stick it back in the oven the next day, I don’t do anything but slice it and make sure it’s all submerged in onion grease.

As for the mashed potatoes, I just peel, cut and boil about 2 taters for every three boehners, then drain the water out.   I put in one tablespoon of butter per person and let it melt in the drained pot.  Then I add enough salt, pepper, garlic powder and milk to make it smooth and tasty.  I don’t really know how much.

Cucumber salad:

  1. Slice the cukes as thin as possible into a medium bowl.  Cover them with a liberal dusting of salt and let them sit for a few minutes.
  2. In the meantime, mix 1 TBSP (or so) sugar into a half cup of white vinegar.  Let it dissolve.  Slowly add tiny bits of water until you can taste it without making a face.
  3. Wash your hands.  Squeeze as much water out of the cukes as you can and drain it out of the bowl.
  4. Pour the vinegar mixture over the cukes and season liberally with paprika.

Sweet apple kugel (really not sweet enough to make a good dessert.  Better as a breakfast or lunch food):


12 oz. broad egg noodles

1 stick butter

7 large eggs

1 teaspoon salt

22 ounces farmers cheese

8 oz. sour cream

3/4 cup sugar

1 tablespoon vanilla

2 granny smith apples, cut into small chunks


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Use 1 tablespoon of butter to coat a 9 x 11” baking pan.
  3. In a large pot, cook the entire package of egg noodles “al dente.”
  4. Drain the water from the pot and cut up the remaining butter over the noodles. Toss to coat until all of the butter has melted.
  5. In a very large bowl, mix together all of the remaining ingredients except the apples until well blended.
  6. Wash your hands.
  7. Add the noodles and apple chunks and mix with your hands.
  8. Pour mixture into baking dish and bake covered for 40-50 minutes, and uncovered for 10 minutes more.
  9. Cut into squares and serve hot or cold.

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