Re: wig = sheitel ? and cholent? #general
Modern-day Cholent is usually cooked in a pressure cooker or left on thetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
stovetop Friday night before the Sabbath to stay warm until the noon meal
on Saturday. It is essentially beef stew and can be made with almost
anything you have handy. It is especially good for getting rid of leftover
vegetables. Some go a little heavy on the salt, others prefer it savory. If
the woman is a good cook, it can be very tasty-but even if not, it is
nutritious and filling. Especially for a poor family who might have to
stretch their grocery money and would therefore save their "meat" for the
Sabbath, stew is a great way to stretch a small amount of meat amongst a
lot of mouths! Trust me-I know!
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Vicki Ina Friedman
Acworth, GA, USA
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