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Posted By Alex Belth On September 28, 2011 @ 1:41 pm In Arts and Culture,Food Memories,NY Food,NYC Memories and Moments,Products,Taster's Cherce | Comments Disabled
My mom was in town and came over for dinner last night. Ted Berg had given me some of the pulled pork he cooked over the weekend so I figured I’d make a couple of sandwiches, and as luck would have it, mom brought a loaf of challah. I’m not sure why, maybe in honor of the Jewish New Year that I don’t celebrate. She doesn’t celebrate it either, though she was once been coerced into “converting” to Judaism.That expired, at least in spirit, well before she divorced my dad. Still, maybe she brought the challah to remember the old days. Or just because she thinks it is delicious.
Anyhow, the bread was ideal for the pork, and we topped it with some homemade coleslaw and a vinegary bbq sauce. I usually only think of challah for french toast but it’s more than lovely for a pulled pork sandwich too.
Happy New Year, indeed.
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