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    Y.W. Editor

    YWN been asked to start a new forum where folks can discuss anything to do with Kosher cooking. This can include recipes, menus, etc.

    Feel free to start your own threads and make sure to place them in the Kosher Cooking category!

    Y.W. Editor

    That was just done Joseph!


    I can give suggestions but your were to broad-

    Dairy? Fleishigs? Fish? Meat?



    obviously, anything to do with cooking/food!

    Why limit it to one thing. It doesn’t have to be on this thread! 😀

    I’m so excited!

    Can people start on Rosh Hashana foods!

    Entrees is the hardest for me! 🙁 Can never think of anything

    (is it possible to have an entree idea sans strawberries!?!)

    Y.W. Editor

    Thread added for your request!


    breast-deckle roast

    onion soup mix


    nothing else (well maybe some garlic powder and salt)

    crock pot overnight

    falls apart

    melts in your mouth

    roasty and oniony

    strong flavor

    just me

    My mother always made meatloaf from chicken with an egg in the center for Rosh Hashana. She also made tomato sauce to go with it because we didn’t use ketchup.

    I like to make a pastrami roast. You put it in the oven at about 300 for 5-6 hours depending on the size. It is so good.

    I usually make chicken cutlets for the second night because it is light.


    1 roast (any type, short chuck, veal, french roast, top of the rib) or cut up chicken, or turkey roast or parts.

    1 large jar duck sauce

    packet of dry onion soup mix

    minced garlic (fresh or dry)


    Place roast or chicken in pan and sprinkle with onion soup mix, garlic, duck sauce, and LOTS of cinnamon, in that order. Cover tightly with foil and bake at 350 degree until fork-tender (time varies with type of meat or poultry being cooked). When meat is soft, uncover, shut off the oven, and leave the meat in the oven until nicely browned in the residual heat. It’s sweet, so it really is appropriate for R”H. You can add chunks of potatoes to the pan and they will glaze nicely during the baking process.


    Can we please have separate threads for milchig and fleishig?


    HAHA!!! I don’t believe it – there really is a separate area for threads on milchig and threads on fleishig! Way out!!!

    I meant it as a joke, but it really is a good idea. Thanks.


    any recipes for cakes or cookies in the horizon? thanks

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