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December 06, 2009


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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Lucky me -- I got to taste this brisket, and its delicious (and I do love brisket!). So glad to have the recipe.


My (Jewish) mom used to make a great briscuit around Christmas. It was one of her only specialties.But how bout that? Adding the element of five spice? What a perfect way to make it Chinese, and so fitting. It does look delicious. I envy Lydia.

Rob Sama

Now make some Shao Bing bread and youll be golden

Lori Lynn

Growing up Jewish, we had lox and bagels for Sunday brunch, and Chinese food every Sunday night. Love your post, I gotta try that brisket, maybe Ill make it on Christmas...LL

noble pig

Umm yum. Love it, love it. Did you ever read my post on Jews and Chinese food, it just fascinates me.If, according to the Jewish calendar, the year is 5764, and, according to the Chinese calendar, the year is 5724, what did the Jews eat for forty years? Ha! I love that.and anotherTwo Chinese men are walking out of Katzs Delicatessen. One says to the other, The problem with Jewish food is that two weeks later youre hungry again. Bwahahahahahahaha!

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

What a great idea! I might change my holiday plans! The face of your favorite four year old says it all.


Lydia - So nice to see you at Drop in and Decorate!!!Melissa -- I had know idea you were half Jewish. Rob -- good idea. Something to soak up the juices... LL-- Sounds like a great tradition!noble pig -- LOL! Very funny!T.W. -- Looking forward to hearing about what you make. Happy Holidays!

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