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The Simmer Till Done management and advisory board – that would be me – is on a special-projects work break, so please enjoy these posts from the past, especially if they’re new to you. Thanks for visiting – and if you have a repeat request, by all means send it along. Today’s rerun features noodles, [...]

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Noodle kugel is a humble dish with an outsize name – a funny name, good for comedians and grandmas and giggling kids.  Kugel is ripe with pronunciation – koo-gle or kuh-gle or whatever, just pass-me-that-stuff-now.  It’s found on Jewish holiday tables and in deli case pyramids, golden twisty egg noodles cut in thick and improbably [...]

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