20 December 2011

Mahhhhtzah

Kicking off the 1st night of Hanukkah with my favorite soup!

matzo ball soup
[Click here for the recipe <3]

and since I was a Boston baby, you bet your butt I pronounce it Mahhhhhtzah <3

Happy Hannakuah and Merry almost-Christmas
Yes I celebrate both - Jealous? =)



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33 comments:

  1. Ashley @ Cooking for oneTuesday, December 20, 2011

    I love this soup, it's one of the things I most look forward to in the winter. Have a happy Hannukah! I'm a Boston baby too :)

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  2. Link to recipe isn't working! But yum. . . maybe I'll whip that up tonight as a surpise for Ryan. Surprise in that he doesn't realize we may celebrate Hannukah!

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  3. um, is that matz in a martini glass? You guys are classy as sh*t! Happy Channukah!

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  4. um, if you could make that GF i would love you even more. Just sayin...
    ;)

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  5. Does that mean you get double the presents? If so, that is FANTASTIC!

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  6. yum!! so jealous you celebrate both! WOOT!

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  7. One of faves.  Are you making it from scratch.  Cheers!

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  8. when I click on recipe it says 'error not found' :-(

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  9. DAMN RIGHT! maaahhhhhtzah BAHHLSSS...lol i love you! come back to Boston to visit your fav Boston-ite :-)

    xoxox

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  10. I didn't know you were a Boston baby! Me too!! I had the worst accent, it's gone away for the most part now. phew. My mom still has her's and it's wicked bad! :) 

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  11. I goofed and messed up the link. This is how I make it; http://www.peasandcrayons.com/2010/12/how-to-make-matzo-balls.html pretty much from scratch though I use the crushed mix from the box b/c it reminds me of my gram and how my family made it =) mine has veggies though! <3

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  12. I need to find out how! I think a GF version involves baking and you know how that always ends for me =( I'm gonna look it up for you though!!!! xoxoxo

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  13. http://www.peasandcrayons.com/2010/12/how-to-make-matzo-balls.html

    I have my head in the clouds lately. can't even blog properly! lol love ya!
    i would die if you screamed "SURPRISE WE'RE CELEBRATING HANUKKAH!" when Ry got home today =) please dont disappoint me =)

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  14. Totally jealous!  100%.  I think I need to find a reason to celebrate both too (other than food)!

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  15. Happy Hannakuah!  I am quite jealous, as I love matzoh ball soup.  And latkes.  Lots of latkes.

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  16. I need to teach myself how to make those! b/c now its all I can think about =) happy holidays lovahhh!

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  17. I celebrate for two reasons: Memory of my grammy.... and the FOOD! <3 Its hard to be super religious when you grew up with 2-3 different religions at the same time so I just stay spiratual and enjoy the food ;) hope the holiday season is being good to you!!!! xoxo

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  18. Happy Hannakuah!  I have always wanted to participate in Hannakuah, the food looks delish!!

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  19. I need to make this!  I celebrate both too.

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  20. The soup looks so good!  I'l have to try it...Happy Hannakuah!

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  21. Hey friend!  You should link this recipe (and others) to my holiday foodie/decor link-up!!  http://semihealthnut.blogspot.com/2011/12/sweet-cinnamon-biscuits-recipe-round-up.html

    <3 <3

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  22. That looks delicious, warm and comforting! I love dumpling type soups, so this looks fab! And your friends are hilarious btw, but I make my own cards and made the mistake of thinking that a Hannukah candle stamp was a birthday candle. So for ages I was giving all my friends birthday cards with a Hannukah candle on the front. Yeah...that was me.

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  23. Happy Hanukkah! So jealous of the matzah ball soup (I'm too scared to attempt a gluten free version)! Luckily I have some homemade frozen latkes waiting for me fry them up (just need the applesauce and sour cream) :)

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  24. You're a boston baby? How do I not know this? That is my favorite city I've ever lived in!

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  25. Happy Hanukkah!  Your soup look great!

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  26. Love that soup! Hope you have a great holiday!

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  27. Happy Hanukkah to you and yours! Eat a latke for me. I know I did!

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  28. LOVE your friends card.  I am very religious but I'll take a holiday greeting from any religion.  At the core it's celebrating love and that's always good.  I think it's great you both can find humor and trust each other to use it.

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  29. Marisa@ThecollegecuisinerWednesday, December 21, 2011

    mmm...I love matzo ball soup. It is my Jewsih penicillin for when I'm sick. Happy Hannukah! p.s. I am jealous you get to celebrate both!

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