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Matzoh ball soup is a staple in many Jewish homes and if you recently attended a Passover seder, you likely indulged in this comforting winter dish. It is the soup many of us crave when we’re not feeling well and the soup that has become known as Jewish penicillin. Lately (or, like, a few years […]
A video and recipe from JewishBoston.com with New England Soup Factory’s Marjorie Druker.
There are many great matzo ball soup cooks in the family, and none of them are Jewish
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