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Glazed Fresh Strawberry Pie

*See Strawberry Pie with Macaroon Crust, Graham Cracker Crust or Matzo Meal Pie Shell

Submitted by Renee Kazor

Glazed Lamb Chops

Recipe contributed in honor of Bess Trustin

by Barbara Taxman 


Bess Trustin- my mother was a very busy lady. She kept to the books for my Dad's business, and was on many boards & president of Sisterhood a couple of times. When she did cook, it was always an attractive plate. I remember loving these lamb chops.

Grandma Edee's Tuna

Recipe contributed in honor of Edith Levin-Kline

by Debbi Zweiback


My mother, "Grandma Edee", loved her family gathered around her dining room table. She didn't do a lot of cooking in our house. She loved to serve tuna as an appetizer to family and friends.  Tuna, was a standard milchig (dairy in Yiddish) meal once a week. We kept a Kosher home so we looked forward to Thursdays, milchig night!  Tuna and Kugle, sweet with raisins and cinnamon made with sweet butter. (On all other nights it was margarine!) My mother taught us that growing up in a Kosher house with an imposed dietary regulation helped us be closer to G-d, as we were carring out Leviticus 11:44-45. "For I am the Lord your G-d! Therefore sanctify yourselves and be holy, for I am holy". I miss my mother, Grandma Edee. Enjoy her tuna.

Greek Chicken

Recipe contributed in honor of Marian Bookey

by Andi Kavich


Marian Bookey (my mother) was a wonderful cook. She made many dishes that were "taste" as you go. Her holiska's (spelling) were the best.  They were a little of this and a little of that. I was lucky to have her in my life for 64 years she is dearly missed.

Garlic Cheese Pull Apart Bread

Recipe contributed in honor of Janis Yale

by Nancy Hornstein


Janis loved to cook and we loved to share many recipes.  This was a favorite "easy" recipe one that our entire families loved to share.

Grandma Roz's Hummus

Recipe contributed in honor of Roz Friedman

by Susie Cohn


There was not a holiday or a gathering of family  that did not include Grandma Roz's hummus.  I asked my kids what recipe of Grandma's they remembered most and this was it.

Grandma's Slow-cooked Creamy Oatmeal

Recipe In Memory of: Grandma Hannah Goldgar Rose 9Mendy Rose's Grandmother)

Contributer's Name: Mendy Rose Halsted and Celia Rose Saunders

Grandma would come and stay with us in Dallas for two weeks every now and then.

We would beg her to make Her special oatmeal!

P.S. Celia now eats it cold, straight from the refrigerator.