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.