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Shop Busch's for a large selection of Kosher for Passover items.

BETH KELLER'S
PASSOVER TOFFEE
Says Beth, "I think this has been
around for a long time, but it's good.
It's more like a shortbread cookie."
1 cup butter
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 /4 tsp. salt
1 cup matzah cake meal
'/2 lb. milk or semisweet choco-
late, melted
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray
a baking sheet with nonstick cooking

spray. Set aside.
In a large bowl, cream together but-
ter and sugar using an electric mixer.
Add egg, and beat well. Mix in the
vanilla, salt and matzah cake meal.
Spread dough onto a rimmed bak-
ing pan (or jellyroll pan). Bake for 20
minutes until golden.
Place the chocolate in a microwave-
safe bowl, and cook for 2 minutes on
high. Stir until smooth. Immediately
spread the chocolate over the crust.
Cool in pan in refrigerator. Cut or
break into pieces, and serve. Makes
12 servings.

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All recipes © Annabel Cohen 2013; annabelonthemenu@gmail.com .

From Pushcart To Posh

Reflections and recipes from
New York's Lower East Side.

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include the possibility of ordering the
store's wares on the Internet.
This story is warmly and colorfully
rom 1880 to1920, more than
told against the background of remark-
2 million Eastern
able changes in the Lower
European Jews
East Side, "from pushcart to
came to the United States.
posh — from squalid ghetto
Many of them settled in
DAUG HTERS to tenement chic."
New York's Lower East
The area — no longer a
"1: 74
Side. Some worked in the
Jewish slum — is now home
garment industry, often in
to writers, artists, musicians,
their crowded apartments;
upscale restaurants, design-
others became pushcart
er clothes shops, boutique
MARK RUSS FEDERMAN
entrepreneurs, selling such
hotels and art galleries.
things as clothes, dishes, furniture and
Once a place with many Jewish busi-
food. One of them was Joel Russ, who
nesses, including 20 to 30 "appetizing"
arrived in 1907 at the age of 21.
stores, all that remains on Houston
His sister, who had sponsored his
Street in addition to Russ & Daughters
immigration, set him up with a push-
are Katz's Delicatessen and Yonah
cart from which he sold herring. After
Schimmel's Knish Bakery.
earning enough to get married and
Fondly and affectionately, supple-
to open a candy store in Brooklyn, he
mented by photos, the book tells this
returned to the Lower East Side where,
story in nine chapters: history, family,
in 1914, he established an "appetizing"
employees, customers, neighborhood,
store on Orchard Street. He sold lox,
products, holidays, business model and
cream cheese, bagels, whitefish and
legacy. At the end of each chapter are
sable, as well as smoked, cured and
recipes for the special dishes that can
pickled herring. In 1923, he moved
be made with ingredients bought at
to Houston Street, where the business
the store, including Mushroom Barley
remains today.
Soup, Whitefish Salad on Bagel Chips,
Russ' three daughters eventually took and Bagel Pudding with Prunes and
over from him. The youngest was Anne, Raisins.
who married Herbert Federman; they
Calvin Trillin — food author, fan and
ran the store after Anne's sisters retired.
longtime customer of Russ & Daughters
Their son, Mark Russ Federman, author — provides a delightful introduction in
of the new book Russ & Daughters:
which he tells about bringing his daugh-
Reflections and Recipes from the House
ters and grandchildren to the store.
That Herring Built (Schocken Books),
This gratifying, sincere and amiable
succeeded his parents in 1978.
account of an "appetizing" store will
He had worked in the business as a
make you want to visit the Lower East
youngster, and although he went on to
Side or, if it's too far, to place an order,
become a lawyer, he gave up "the law
using your computer.
for lox."
In 2009, his daughter and nephew,
For more info, go to www.
the fourth generation, bought the
russanddaughters.com .
store from him. Their modernizations

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