This has been a family staple for as long as I can remember, and came to symbolize the one dish I really looked forward to eating on Passover as a kid and as an adult. Everyone insists I make it every year. It’s work I won’t lie but truly worth the while. An homage to my Grandmother, who was the best cook I know. Happy Holidays and Happy Cooking.

Cooking with Candi

DSCN2696DSCN2700I must preface this with the fact that anyone who’s ever had this farfel dish loves it. It is steeped in tradition, it was made absolutely the best by my Grandma Regina, and only seconded by my mother (G’ma Millie). It is a very tricky dish to make, and after many failed attempts, I figured out that doubling it doesn’t work, and you must let it dry out!!! It should probably sit out to dry for at least 2 hours. I know this sounds crazy, but it’s true. Of course, G’ma Regina never wrote a single thing down, so you’ll be winging the spices and the oil, because I always do. It’s not the healthiest thing in the world, but it’s so delish and we only  make it but once a year. When I was little I couldn’t wait to have it at my grandparents’ house. We looked forward to it every year…

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2 responses to “

  1. Candi u really r a cookie

    susan singer
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  2. candi u r really 1 SWEET cookie…
    love u

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