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LifeLong Learning Class - Shared screen with speaker view
Penny
30:21
matzah rolls and matzah pizza!
Rick Alloy
30:27
I guess it is the matzo lasagna.
Marion Towar
30:37
matza brittle
carolshapiro
30:38
matzah almond roca
Robert Kibrick
30:54
Matza popovers
Leah
30:56
Matzah ball soup! Matzah almond roca! Matzah pizza!
carolshapiro
31:15
GOOGLE DOC (RECIPE) LINK:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oBDX86MsJCLCesOGgcAjE2yTd_niLWzi29sN8SFtJvk/edit?usp=sharing
Shirley Ginzburg
31:35
charoset taste-off--everyone brings one from a different country.
doug kantor
43:04
How do we spell Moofletta?
carolshapiro
43:22
Mouffleta
Shirley Ginzburg
52:10
A wok could work, too
Shirley Ginzburg
56:24
how long to cook, how brown to get them?
Penny
01:06:32
are you taking shipping orders?
Penny
01:08:18
what else is eaten for mimouna?
Rick Alloy
01:10:49
While I have not yet tried any recipes from it, I got an interesting book on Kickstarter.com of Sephardic and Turkish cooking, called "The Ottoman Turk and the Pretty Jewish Girl," by Beyhan Cagri Trock. Anyone know it?
Penny
01:11:21
what was the rice dish you said people made in beginning and portioned out?
Penny
01:12:50
this was amazing! thank you sharon and carol and team!
Shirley Ginzburg
01:13:05
Lovely presentation. Great idea, Carol and Michelle.
Penny
01:13:14
thank goodness your cooking segment coming back!
Shirley Ginzburg
01:13:19
Where are you located, Sharon?
doug kantor
01:13:40
Thank you. My wife and I will hopefully try some sephardic dishes for passover inspired by this session.