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Old 01-06-2014, 02:32 PM   #21
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I SO miss a good bagel! I haven't had one since I left St. Louis many years ago!
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Smear that on a bagel and you have the Jewish version.
With the chicken livers and onions fried in butter?
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With the chicken livers and onions fried in butter?
That's how my Jewish friends cook it. I guess fried in chicken fat would be more 'traditional' or old time.
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That's how my Jewish friends cook it. I guess fried in chicken fat would be more 'traditional' or old time.
And more Kosher/Kasrut, which is what TL was getting at. Meat and dairy shouldn't be mixed. I had a Jewish friend whose very orthodox parents had two of everything in their kitchen including dishwashers to accommodate this rule.
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And more Kosher/Kasrut, which is what TL was getting at. Meat and dairy shouldn't be mixed. I had a Jewish friend whose very orthodox parents had two of everything in their kitchen including dishwashers to accommodate this rule.
You're right about that being Kosher. My Jewish friends were not Kosher.
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