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Feed Me Bubbe Episode #3 Sweet and Sour Meatballs

July 12th, 2006 · 2 Comments · Episode Notes, VON2007

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Episode Summary :

On our first episode Bubbe gives her secret to her famous Jelly Jammies.

Does she use grape or cherry?

Show Notes:

The show starts out with Avrom introducing the show with the 3 magic words “Feed Me Bubbe.”

After some music Bubbe explains today’s episode.

Today she is going to prepare her grandchildren’s favorite snack.

It is very easy to prepare.

Her mother used to make strudel which took a lot of time and energy and a lot of experience. But who has time today for all of that. This is how Bubbe’s Famous Jelly Jammies were created.

If you don’t want to call it Jelly Jammies you can always call it easy fruit squares.

The recipe and procedure is available here.

The Yiddish word of today is BUBBE which means GRANDMOTHER.

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Episode Summary :

Today Bubbe shows you her way to make meat balls.

The yiddish word of the day goes out of control.

Show Notes:

So much happening on this episode.

Before we start thank you to everyone that have worked with us so far.

Moving on to the episode…

This week the music has more of an italian feel to it.

When Bubbe was growing up there was no food processors or even a blender. All they had back then was a plain wooden smooth bowl and a chopper called a hackmesser.

On this episode Bubbe wants to show you how they used to do it so she is going to demonstrate the old fashion way.

In it she takes a pound of lean hamburg and plops it into the wooden bowl. After adding other ingredients she begins chopping away. Get the recipe here.

Bubbe rolls up all of the meat together into 20 balls of meat. These eventually end up in a pan.

So now it is time for the yiddish word of the day. Today it goes out of control. The word starts out being fleishig meaning meat. All of a sudden Bubbe starts talking about kneidlach meaning balls. Before we know it we are talking about milchig meaning milk and finally Parave which is neither milk or meat.

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Meatballs go out of the pan and sauce mixture gets made. The meatballs go back in and get covered.

Finally 3 separate dishes become created one with toothpicks, dentist
one made into a sub sandwich, site and then there is brown rice with meatballs.

But when all is said and done. After the credits are all said and done a final surprise. Our friend Cali from GeekBrief provided us with an amusing clip from her show where she sings Hava-Nagilah. Visit her site at http://www.geekbrief.tv.

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Next week a viewers request…

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  • 1 Myrna Rose // Aug 11, 2010 at 12:36 am

    I just found your show today 8/10/2010. I am so sorry that I did not know about it sooner. I like that it is filmed in your kitchen and that you use dishware that you own and have used well. It is so refreshing to see this kind of a down to earth cooking show.
    Your show is in my opinion far superior to the Food Network shows. Please let me know when your cookbook is coming out.
    I am so happy to learn to cook Jewish.
    What a wonderful adventure this will be for me.
    Myrna

  • 2 Kim // Aug 30, 2010 at 6:30 pm

    I had seen this episode and wanted to make simple sweet and sour meatballs. I didn’t have any jelly but I did have Kosher Melba Sauce (made with a puree of rasberries)..I used it in place of the jelly and it was wonderful. The Asian inspired taste was more delicious that the grocery store International-aisle jarred Sweet & Sour product and had a much richer, deeper color. With Bubbe’s receipe measurements for the Chili Sauce, it had just the right kick. Thank you Bubbe!

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