Liven up latkes with the help of leftover brisket
With Hanukkah stretching over eight nights, there’s plenty to celebrate. And often plenty of leftovers.
Classic dishes such as brisket and latkes are wonderful, but even the hungriest families can handle them straight up only so many nights. That’s why many families are selective about which nights they cook, and which nights they reinterpret the leftovers from the day before. For Noah Bernamoff, chef and owner of the popular Mile End Jewish deli in Brooklyn, N.Y., it was his grandmother who was the holiday cooking powerhouse during his childhood in Montreal.
“Candles one, two and seven on the menorah represented the nights my grandmother made special meals,” Bernamoff said, referring to the tradition of lighting candles for each night of Hanukkah.
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