Bread pudding—essentially made from stale bread and custard—originated in England as a poor family’s dessert. Every culture handles its leftovers differently; in Jewish cooking, the most common pudding recipes include kugel and matzo brei. This particular savory version uses eggs and chicken stock for the custard instead of milk, and the bread is seasoned with […]
Take your leftovers from Thanksgiving to create this delicious and savory knish.
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Thanksgiving? Yeah, it’s a Jewish holiday. It’s everyone’s holiday!