The latest episode of Fork You is up (we’re just churning them out these days) and it’s a good one. In it we blend the traditions of both Judaism and Christianity to bring you a little bit from the Easter table and a bit more from a Seder spread. The ham comes first, followed by a apple matzoh kugel (think bread pudding) and charoset (finely cubed apple, chopped almonds, a little honey and lots of spices).
I managed to feed most of these leftovers to the itinerant bluegrass band that wandered through here last weekend, but I kept the charoset for myself, eating it for breakfast for several days. It traditionally a Passover recipe, but it’s one of those things that’s really good all year round.
I have to say, I’m in love with you blog. Since I moved to Philly a few months ago I’ve been keeping an eye out for awesome bloggers from around the area, and yours is certainly giving me lots of ideas.
I’ll keep reading. Thanks. 🙂
I second that. I too moved to Philly a few months ago, and I’ve been reading local bloggers to try to get more “into” life in Philly. This is definitely my favourite. Thanks Marisa for the excellent blogging! I feel a wonderful affinity for your blog, and hey! our names are only one letter apart. I keep wondering if I might run into you one day, as I seem to live only a few blocks away…
Eric and Marina, thanks so much for your nice comments.
Eric, you should come hang out with the rest of the local bloggers at the next meetup (April 21st at 3 pm at the Ten Stone).
Marina, if you ever see me in the neighborhood, feel free to come up and say hi.