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My grandmother, Anna, emigrated to NY from Russia in the early 1900’s.
She lived in a four-story walk up, in the Bronx. She always wore a white apron when she cooked. Grandma liked to wear simple dresses and costume jewlery. Her little white stove always had a pot on every burner. She made traditional chicken soup; borscht (A Russian beet soup); mushroom barley, and split pea soup. She cooked the split pea soup with marrowbones for extra flavor. It was a thick delicious soup, great to have on a cold day. Grandma always accompanied the soup with a few slices of rye or pumpernickel bread ad butter. I am sorry that she is not here to sample my vegetarian version.
Lockdown cooking! April 15, 2020.
In the time when we have limited Supply and need a lot more of comfort food!
Here is a quick recipe for my family's favorite called Lemon chicken! My grandfather makes it for family get-togethers with mint chutney and his mighty glass of whiskey of course!
Here is my take on the same, Simpler and quicker I guess.
Must tell you I only perfected this as a student. It was cheap and quick after a crazy long day!
Here is my recipe of white deadnettle soup. I added some edible fowers : borage, chives and wide garlic. It is the perfect soup in these times as all these plants and flowers are very good for our organism and can reinforce our immune defense system. Painted by hand with watercolor, written in french :)