Iâ€™m thrilled that I have this opportunity to post a recipe for my incredibly talented sister, Jessica, on Geshem City! I love to read everything she writes and I strive with each recipe, blog post and magazine article to reach her caliber of writing. So here we go, Jessâ€¦I hope you like this one!
Hereâ€™s a taste of what youâ€™ll see on Geshem Cityâ€¦
When I think back to my Savtahâ€™s kitchen growing up, I can still taste the Israeli cous cous, sweet and sour tongue, candy cane ice cream, fluffy meringues and lots of pistachios. But one memory I donâ€™t have is of this breakfast custard that my sisters rave about. My Savtah used to bake a dozen (or more) individual custards and leave them in the fridge for everyone to snack on all week. You could eat them at any time of the day but they were especially delicious at breakfast. So how could I not make this recipe in my own kitchen and hopefully start a new tradition with my husband and children. When I tasted my very first bite, I tried to picture myself standing in my grandparentâ€™s kitchen with my sisters, snacking on custard right in front of the fridge. Sure, the memory isnâ€™t real but the custard sure is! Â read moreâ€¦