The result is Matzoh
Ball Gumbo, a compelling book that starts with a dash of regional history and throws in heaps of personal stories and unique recipes for a flavorful bite of a rarely examined part of Southern life.
7 ounces almond paste (about 1 cup), crumbled 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon sugar 2 large egg whites 1/2 cup matzoh
cake meal (see notes) 1/4 teaspoon salt 3 pounds tart apples such as Granny Smith, peeled, cored, and sliced 1 pound strawberries, rinsed, hulled, and sliced 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 1/2 tablespoons potato starch (see notes)
The original pieces of the collection, a Seder plate, a matzoh
plate and a kiddush cup, were launched before Passover and are currently available in Bloomingdale's and the Jewish Museum of New York City.
While some food historians trace the roots of pizza to Egyptian bread, others credit matzoh
brought back to Italy by Roman legionnaires stationed in Jerusalem as the basis for today's multi-billion dollar international pizza business.
The Scandinavian nations serve light, aiy dumplings, similar to matzoh
balls, in clear broth.
Sachs's Manischewitz Luger, 1996, a pistol and a swastika-bearing display case made out of Manischewitz matzoh
boxes, presents death in familiar packaging, transforming the banality of evil with the sting of the outrageous.
They also focus on antisemitic themes in the course of their narrative, including Jews as "Christ-killers," as diabolical agents, as engaging in the ritual murder of Christian children whose blood was supposedly used to make matzoh
bread--as well as more modern forms such as conspirators who aim at world domination, creators of a Holocaust myth in order to gain reparations from Germany, and central figures in the African slave trade.
Each entry encapsulates volumes -- such as the front of the store end displays of white bread rather than matzoh
at Mel's in Long Island during Passover.
is importing Bible Bread from Israel that purportedly "is baked according to the traditional recipe from the time of the Exodus" Basically, it is the unleavened bread most commonly referred to as matzoh
, though flavored to make it far more interesting.
balls haven't been proved to add to its medicinal effects
He's just finished breaking the matzoh
, for the very last time, he lifts a glass of wine.
For this reason, only specially prepared flatbread called matzoh
is consumed on Passover.