About Tori Avey

Thanks for stopping by! I am fascinated by the story behind the food – why we eat what we eat, how the foods of different cultures have evolved, and how yesterday’s food can inspire us in the kitchen today. Read more...

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  1. Daniel Kudroff says

    This is a staple for Shabbat dinner in our house. Z’chug, if there isn’t any in the fridge, I go through withdrawal. I am preferable to red Z’chug though.

  2. Pawel Szymanski says

    You’re completely right I cook this soup sometimes it is very oriental for Poland it is special , tasty and healthy You have great ideas if You let Tori it share it for the Polish gourmets 🙂

  3. Kimberley Barca says

    Mmm be a great soup for winter time! They say if you eat spicy foods during winter cold season you wont catch cold or flu? My Father never had a cold in his life. He ate spicy foods all the time.

    • Barbara Tabib says

      You can use it for chicken under the grill. Chicken in the oven. When preparing schnitzel or making bbqs. It consists of tumeric,cummin,black pepper,cardamon and ground cloves. I makevit myself and regularly make chicken soup. Sometimes with meat. For a better taste you need to add ground tomatoes. For the chicken soup – celery and courgettes are also added. Mint also adds to the flavour.

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