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Zabar's
New York City's famous Upper West Side gourmet epicurean emporium, specializing in the finest coffee, smoked fish, caviar, cheese, deli meats, kitchen equipment and housewares. At 80th and Broadway.
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Hi Cory, Thanks for writing. Glad you and your guests enjoy this recipe!
Toggle Commented Jun 23, 2014 on Summertime Slow Cooker Shredded BBQ at Recipes Blog
Hi Faye, Thanks for your comment. Enjoy!
Toggle Commented Jun 2, 2014 on Zabar's Smoked Salmon Potato Salad at Recipes Blog
Hi Lynn, The print recipe link is now available. Thanks!
Toggle Commented Jun 2, 2014 on Zabar's Smoked Salmon Potato Salad at Recipes Blog
Thanks for your comment. The print recipe link is added!
Toggle Commented Jun 2, 2014 on Zabar's Smoked Salmon Potato Salad at Recipes Blog
Hi Bette, I haven't made that substitution, but I think you're correct, give it a try with the equivalent amount of lemon juice and zest. The cake is sweet so you shouldn't miss the extra sweetness of the orange. Let us know how it turns out! Tiffany
Toggle Commented May 19, 2014 on Orange Poppy Seed Bundt Cake at Recipes Blog
Hi Daniela, I haven't made it with gluten-free matzah meal, but it should work great. Try it and let us know!
Hi, thanks for your comment. Check the package ingredients on the mix. It's probably a combination of matzah meal and spices and other ingredients. Use matzah meal for this recipe. I haven't used the gluton free, but it should work great! Let us know how it turns out.
Thanks - it's there now! View a Print Ready Page at the bottom. Enjoy!
It's texture is more like a "blondie" (a bit lighter than Zabar's dense, delicious brownies). The Cardamom actually give it a light flavor.
Hi Anne, You're right matzoh meal is made with flour. The recipe doesn't directly call for the ingredient flour. So this isn't a gluten free recipe.
Hi William You're right. It does contain matzoh meal, which is made from flour. The recipe just doesn't directly call for flour. Thanks for the clarification.
The turkey should be thawed, or fresh.
Toggle Commented Mar 24, 2014 on Andrea’s Overnight Turkey Recipe at Recipes Blog
Gruyere is traditionally used, but this recipe has a "Vermont twist" and features Cheddar cheese. Feel free to use either Gruyere or Cheddar cheese, the soup's great either way! Thanks.
Toggle Commented Mar 3, 2014 on Zabar’s French Onion Soup at Recipes Blog
That was a typographical error, it's 4 - 10.5 oz cans, or 42 ounces total. Thanks and enjoy!
Toggle Commented Mar 3, 2014 on Zabar’s French Onion Soup at Recipes Blog
Yes, 42 oz is correct! Thanks
Toggle Commented Mar 3, 2014 on Zabar’s French Onion Soup at Recipes Blog
Yes, it's a total of 42 oz of beef broth. Thanks!
Toggle Commented Mar 3, 2014 on Zabar’s French Onion Soup at Recipes Blog
Hi Eileen, You can rest the turkey wherever you have room, and have a surface that can take the hot roasting pan the turkey's in. Enjoy!
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2014 on Andrea’s Overnight Turkey Recipe at Recipes Blog
Either could be used. It depends on how hot you want it! I always use sweet smoked paprika.
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2014 on Smoky White Turkey Chili at Recipes Blog
Hi Joanne, It will work but it will be done sooner. It will take a couple of hours less time to cook.
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2013 on Andrea’s Overnight Turkey Recipe at Recipes Blog
Hi Kimberly, that's pretty much what I do! I hope it came out great. Tiffany
Toggle Commented Nov 29, 2013 on Andrea’s Overnight Turkey Recipe at Recipes Blog
Hi Harriet, I don't have an exact time for a turkey this size however you should plan for an extra couple of hours and be sure both the white meat and dark meat have reached a safe temperature.
Toggle Commented Nov 26, 2013 on Andrea’s Overnight Turkey Recipe at Recipes Blog
Yes, it will be delicious!
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2013 on Andrea’s Overnight Turkey Recipe at Recipes Blog
Yes, as long as your oven keeps its temperature it will work great.
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2013 on Andrea’s Overnight Turkey Recipe at Recipes Blog
Hi Dana, Yes, add more water if there isn't enough. When you raise the oven's temperature raise it to 375 degrees. It will take about an hour to get the turkey to the right golden color. Please check the internal temperature with a thermometer. Enjoy!
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2013 on Andrea’s Overnight Turkey Recipe at Recipes Blog
Hi Kaitlyn, I reheat it at 350 with the aluminum foil over the top. I don't want it to brown any more. It takes about an hour. Oh and I recently did prep the dish then without baking it, refrigerated it for a day, then cooked it as indicated in the recipe and it came out perfect. Tiffany
Toggle Commented Nov 25, 2013 on Perfect Lasagna at Recipes Blog