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Old 12-02-2010, 03:01 PM
 
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I'm having chicken parm & ricotta & spinach raviolis if you care to join.
Chicken parmigiana is not permitted as it violates the prohibition against having milk and meat together.


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If not, what's traditional for you on night 2?
That depends on which day the 2nd night falls. My personal custom is to have dairy and/or fish on Thursday nights. So, tonight it looks like fish and chips (with latkes being the chips).

(Did you know that fish and chips were brought to London by Sephardic Jews who brought with them their frying pans so that they could fry fish and potatoes when they were expelled form Spain?)
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Old 12-02-2010, 03:12 PM
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I forgot. Yes, chicken is eggs & bread crumbs & seasoning & mozzerella (milk). We could leave off the cheese-they're still delish.
The raviolis too are ricotta though. I'd have to make you plain pasta with no grated cheese on top. No problem, just alittle lacking.
And I don't keep kosher, keeping seperate kitchens or pots & pans even. Sorry. But I do understand. And know you'll enjoy your night's repast as much as I do.
Enjoy.
Again, thanks for sharing.

P.S. Oh, and I didn't know about the fish and chips/Spanish connection. Thanks.
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Old 12-04-2010, 05:35 PM
 
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I'm not Jewish, but I love me some latkes. I am seeing lots of comments about having latkes for meals, and news stories on the best latke recipes, and that spoof-song done by Yeshiva Univ, so now I want some!

The first time I made them I went the leftover mashed potato route, and they came out fabulously!!!

I plan on making them for the boy next week, I was thinking a chicken satay and green beans would go well with them. Any other suggestions as to what to serve with the latkes?
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Old 11-18-2011, 12:36 AM
 
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Default Potato Latkes

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Old 04-29-2013, 10:58 PM
 
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Those mashed potato pancakes sound good too. I've always had problems keeping the mashed pots together when I pan fry em.
Lightly powder the cake with flour to help hold it together. Use just a little oil and the cake will form a light crust. If the cake isn't any larger than the spatula you are using to turn it, the light crust will hold the cake together.

Ella
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Old 04-30-2013, 01:40 AM
 
Location: Heart of Dixie
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...(Did you know that fish and chips were brought to London by Sephardic Jews who brought with them their frying pans so that they could fry fish and potatoes when they were expelled form Spain?)
Well... it's almost true - Sephardic Jews from Portugal and Spain brought with them the concept of frying fish, but they served the potatoes baked. A Belgian housewife is credited with creating the fried potatoes. Joseph Malin , a Jewish fellow, and John Lees, a Brit, are both credited with combining the fried fish with fried potatoes and offering the two as a dish.
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