One of my lifelong goals has been to be a published writer. I am proud to share this post, which has been published on national parenting blog Raising Kveller.
I buy egg noodles like they’re going out of style. Inside my pantry are bags of noodles– some full, some half empty–and some with the last handful sitting in the bottom of the bag. I wasn’t always such an egg noodle fanatic. In fact, it wasn’t until I started cooking for the Jewish holidays that my love of egg noodles began.
A few years ago, as my husband and I discussed the menu for Rosh Hashanah, we decided on brisket (his mom’s recipe), matzah ball soup (made by his mom), and a veggie dish. But we got stuck on the kugel.
“I want you to make my family’s recipe,” he told me.
“I want to make my mom’s recipe,” I responded.
Want to read the rest? Go to the Raising Kveller blog to see what happened.