Monthly Archives: September 2012

Just In time for Sukkos Part Two: Yiddishe Ribbenes

Yiddishe Ribbenes I wanted to do Moroccan ribs originally but found that I didn’t have all the pieces.  So back to the drawing board.  Instead of going super complicated I decided to draw inspiration from Ashkenazi traditions with meat. First there are the basics—kosher powdered … Continue reading

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Just in Time for Sukkos: Sorghum Glazed Chicken Wings

Sorghum Glazed Chicken Wings Garnished with fresh marjoram and heirloom Haitian Plate Du Haiti tomatoes. 20 chicken wings 2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar 2 tbsp of fish pepper hot sauce 2 tbsp of Worcestershire sauce 2 tbsps of spiced rum 2 … Continue reading

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Michael W. Twitty (@KosherSoul) has shared a tweet with you

Love the foods of the Deep South? Follow @KosherSoul for all your culinary history needs. #deepsouth — KosherSoul (@KosherSoul)

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