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Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:51:32 PSTShownotes COMING SOON!Try GoToMyPC Free Today 30 day Free TrialThe show opens up with a dedication in the memory of Jon Honig by Evelyn, Jeff, Wendy and Richard.The rap like music begins, and our hip Bubbe gets into her spiel. Today it is all about chicken. But not just any chicken, this is schnitzel. It is a great way to give yourself a treat with not as much fat. And when the grandchildren eat it, what more can you ask.Bubbe then shows off something that she is very proud of. It is a sample that says "Life's greatest treasures come from the heart..." or as Bubbe likes to call it "Feelings come from the heart."Time to get to work. Find the recipe on feedmebubbe.com. So first the bread crumbs is really important. Grate it yourself but make sure to use the correct side of the grater. If you use the wrong side... well it could hurt. Just make sure to watch your fingers.Then comes the egg, and the water, and the mixing. Speaking of mixing, in the flour is all kinds of spices. It is all about taking the spoon and mixing it all together.Time to get rid of the fat. Just cut it out the best that you can and put into a plastic bag. And now it is hammer time. So bang that mallet or pot tops and start breaking the meat and expand it the best you can.When it is time to coat and fry them make sure to wash your hands first.Time to ask Bubbe... this time the question comes to us from YouTube. Svillethomas asks "Should I feel out of place watching these videos if I'm not Jewish?" What a good question and Bubbe has the perfect answer... "Absolutely not, enjoy...." She makes Irish food, Italian, etc. Bubbe makes it kosher but you can get all the food supplies in the market. This will help you develop new taste buds.Today's Yiddish word is very important for all over the world. TSDOKE now those that know of the word in hebrew it is TZEDAKAH but in Yiddish TSDOKE. Anyway Bubbe tells a touching story about the way people used to drop in coins. In this time when awful things are happening in California with the fires please remember to give TSDOKE to those that need. The key is not giving a fish but teaching how to fish.All kinds of craziness taking place where we are getting emails from China and even India. ABC World News covered the story along with hearing that even Fox and Friends mentioned it on the air. Be sure to call the phone number and hear your voice on the air. 646 - 248 - 6978 or look on feedmebubbe.com for the toll free version.Make sure to check out me.dium.com if you want to check out the show before anybody else and any other cool events that will be taking place in the future.If you need to be able to access your PC from anywhere try GoToMyPC free today. As Bubbe said if it's good for Bubbe and Avrom... then it's going to even be better for you. gotomypc.com/podcast for 30 daysBack to the chicken in the pot. But the oil in the frying pan and let the oil flow. Now it is time to give the chicken a bath in the flour, egg wash, and bread crumbs.Place on the aluminum foil pan and get it ready for the oven and even use the freezer if you need it. And then Bubbe turns the chicken over and places it into a plate with luchen (noodles), string beans, and carrots.This podcast is sponsored by Guertin's Graphics and Awards for all your graphics and awards needs go to www.guertingraphics.com or call 508-754-0200. Guertin's Graphics and Awards is a family owned business for over 40 years. The quality of their product[...]
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Wed, 12 Sep 2007 15:41:07 PDTFor our viewers and friends from all over the world, I want to express my thanks, appreciation, encouragement and for your inspiration which has helped make our videos a success. This has been a very exciting year for both Avrom and I. Tonight on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, known as the Jewish New Year, I want to kick off the New Year wishing everyone good health, wealth, happiness, and peace. Take time out, beginning with the traditional custom of dipping a slice of apple in honey. Why not join with our family and yours to start dinner off with everyone sitting around the table together, dipping a slice of apple in honey, wishing each other a sweet and good year. Another good use of honey can be seen in the recent video that I made for Food Network's Dave Lieberman's show on Yahoo “In Search of Real Food”. The dish I made for Dave is vegetarian and is called tzimis and a meat version can be seen in episode #14 of my show listings. Both are made with carrots and honey and are a traditional dish made for Rosh Hashanah. I continue to look forward to your emails and comments. I am amazed by the voice mail and the volume that I have received these past few months. And I have enjoyed speaking with you over AIM and on me.dium.com. I look forward to hearing from all of you. Oh, and for a Yiddish greeting to have a happy holiday is “GUT YOMTOV”May we all have a good and sweet year, wherever you are located. Gut yomtov-Bubbe IMPORTANT LINKS: Meat Tzimis Recipe Vegetarian Tzimis Recipe Meat Tzimis Video Vegetarian Tzimis Video [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:51:17 PSTShownotes COMING SOON!Try GoToMyPC Free Today 30 day Free TrialThe show opens up with a dedication in the memory of Jon Honig by his grandson Jeffrey Honig.Today Bubbe tells us we are going to make a summer soup. Have to make it good and make it fast.She looked into her cabinet and found cold beets. Well she is going to make it simple and good and we will have something good in minutes.Bubbe drains out the liquid from the beets and shows us all of her beets and the grating of the beets.If you want the recipe make sure to go onto our website feedmebubbe.com and click on the recipe link.Moving on Bubbe takes the grated beets and places them into her saucepan.She goes over to the stove and places the saucepan on the range and brings it all to a boil.Yiddish Word of the Day time and todays Yiddish word is.... well it's a long beautiful poem appropriately called "I got was Words" Bubbe is not really sure who it is by, but still it is one poem you have to hear Bubbe read to you to get the full emotions from it.Avrom of course wants one word and asks Bubbe, so wait what's the word of the day? Good question Avrom. Bubbe responds POEME which in English is poem. Avrom sums it up... so poems poeme...Make sure to check out me.dium.com if you want to check out the show before anybody else and any other cool events that will be taking place in the future.Also make sure to help us.... help you.... help yourself.... by supporting our sponsors. Our sponsors and donations are the number one reason we have been able to keep improving in ways since our first episode.If you need to be able to access your PC from anywhere try GoToMyPC free today. As Bubbe said if it's good for Bubbe and Avrom... then it's going to even be better for you. gotomypc.com/podcast for 30 daysBack to the Cold Beet Borscht. It's been sizzling in the pot and all of these ingredients are being added in. You can just see the aroma. Make sure to place the cover on the pot.So then you take it out after it being boiled so much but this is not hot beet Borscht, oh no this is Cold Beet Borscht. So being Cold Beet Borscht it needs to be placed in the refrigerator.Bubbe then shows off how you can put in a potatoe and cream with cucumbers and all kinds of other tricks.During the credits, Paula calls and tells us how much she enjoys the show. If you want to be on the show during the credits 646-248-6978. Bubbe loves hearing from you and she even can't believe all the calls and emails that you have been getting.The team has been really busy with the High Holy days approaching along with personal business but we are doing our best to continue updating everything, getting new episodes out, and other fun and cool surprises that you are sure to love.Make sure to sign up for our newsletter to get all the inside scoops and direct notice of when a new episode is available for your viewing pleasure.Til next time. [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:50:02 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary :In the summer heat, you need a fruity treat, to keep yourself cool.Show Notes:This episode is dedicated to me.dium.comSummer time, is a time for food, family and fun. One of our viewers Tad from the University of Kansas, asked the tough question. He wanted to learn how to pick out the best from the fruit and vegetable section.It is then that the new theme music kicked in. Pretty snazzy...Bubbe starts talking about how this is the perfect season for fruit and Bubbe wanted to thank everyone for emailing her about fruit.She then talks about fruit being taken off the tree that it is hard so that since it is coming to the store it has to be semi ripened so that the store can sell it correctly.First Bubbe shows off her fresh fruits, grapes that are fine not worry about.Cherries, Bubbe likes to eat them like nuts. And then watch out for the nectarines and the peaches, apples, and plumbs. You have to watch carefully for the stone in the middle like mango.Mango is delicious and more popular everyday, it needs to be soft and sweeten.Another fruit is an avocado, if it is green it is not ripened, it needs to turn black and soft to the touch.Try to buy fruit a day or two beforehand and those that want to make it ripe quicker uses a paper bag.Make sure to wash and prepare the fruit.Bubbe loves using a clear bowl. And use her lime concoction.Look at the squeezing of the lime, you can see the aroma.Yiddish word of the day and then all of a sudden, Avrom pulls a fast one... ok fine, it's time for an ask Bubbe. Hedwig85 on YouTube wrote in asking about the mushrooms in the fricassee are they necessary if you are allergic.Bubbe responds that they are not necessary and you can still make the dish. No crime of leaving out the mushrooms.Yiddish word of the day sponsored by me.dium.com make sure to check out sneak peeks and special exclusives of Feed Me Bubbe on me.dium.comThe word today is "mishpokhe" meaning family.Thank you to everyone using are two godaddy codes, POD59 and BLU59And Bubbe wants to thank the emails, she wants you to be patient with her. It is taking her a lot of time to get to all of them so please be patient.Make sure to vote for Bubbe for the Podcast People's Choice Awards www.podcastawards.comBubbe uses her melon scooper to scoop out the watermelon. That always helps.For the layering use whatever you want, Bubbe starts with grapes, strawberries, and then carefully layers the rest of the fruit. Just make sure to wash your hands before preparing any meal, even fruit!After a rock montage that they use in all the movies to show progress it is time for the lime juice mixture all over in the glass bowl!And that takes us to the end of another exciting episode...Oh wait no it's not! Ed from Ed's Mix Bag has something that he has to say! Listen to the credits for this wonderful surprise! 646 - 248 - 6978And once again make sure to vote www.podcastawards.com until August 11th! [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:48:44 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary :It is time for shavuos so here is a treat that you can all sink your dairy eating teeth in.Show Notes:Try GotoMyPC free for 30 days! For this special offer, visit www.gotomypc.com/podcastSherri P. from Arizona you are our hero! Contributions have been amazing. If it was not for all of your amazing support this episode would not be possible. During the time we were off the air the following had to be repaired:First there was the camera, it needed a good cleaning and $300 worth of parts to get it to work again. Then there was the issue of the computer and camera not hooking up correctly so we were forced to upgrade our software. In the end we are scraping the bottom of the bucket.Those that have donated so far you have done a huge mitzvah (kindness) to preserving these wonderful memories. I am trying to treat this as a job to make sure it gets proper care but I can only do it with your help.We are thrilled to be back and are doing everything in our power to solve all of the issues that have taken place so far. We could have just given up when the repairs needed to be done, but your support has allowed us to continue.Now on to the meat and potatoes....Today we are going to make blintzes and we have recieved so many requests that this episode was going to be blintzes. It brought back memories of when Bubbe used to make them. Want to make them with bubbe then check out the recipe here (coming soon)Bubbe's gotten a little lazy going with frozen blintzes which is not so bad but in this episode she got to experience finding the recipe. After a long search she found it burried under so many other little recipes. Blintzes can be eaten any time so Bubbe wants to thank everyone for sending in for this request.Bubbe then shows the ingredients. There is a lot of alternating with a little flour and water. More flour and more water, mour flour and then more water. Keep stirring, more water, even more water, more flour, move it, basically keep it moving.Then there is the frying pan. You need to choose one that will become partners with you. And when it comes to the margarine you can use foil.We then proceed to watch Bubbe make batch after batch in the frying pan. And the best part is when she bangs it on the table. Be sure to bang with strong force.The key with all of this is that it takes time and that the first few are always not good or perfect. Don't worry if it's not good the first few as you do more attempts it will get better over time. And don't forget to grease the pan.Time for an Ask Bubbe, this one comes from Meridith who asks "I just found your show today, and I absolutely love it... I'm planning on trying several recipes do you have any advice on where I could substitute butter in your recipe safely, and where it would be a bad idea? Bubbe's answer is that she likes to use margarine since she wants to cut down on cholestorol and fat for dairy meals and for meat and parave using parave margarine. Yiddish word of the Day today is YONTEV which means holiday, so we want to wish everyone a gut y[...]
Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:53:59 PDTOk there was a glitch on a few of the episodes but they have all been fixed. If you see anything in the future please AIM: feedmebubbe or email email@example.com
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:48:32 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary :What do you get when you mix bowties and meat? A really good meal!Show Notes:Try GotoMyPC free for 30 days! For this special offer, visit www.gotomypc.com/podcastFirst of all a big thank you to Helen C.. from Ohio. Your contributions are starting to slowly shine through. As we strive to improve ourselves things tend to break but thanks to the fans we are doing our best to fix everything we can. Anyway on to the show!Bubbe starts the show off and before she can get a word out Avrom interrupts her letting her know that Art of Living from Retirement Lving is visiting today to tape behind the scenes of Bubbe.Bubbe then goes on and starts talking about the Senior Center and the nutritionist that comes in once a month. So Bubbe brings in her kasha varnishkes. The nutritionist mentioned how it's delicious! With the ingredients and the benifits she is going to recommend it to all of her clients. And now you can make this healty treat too! Here is the recipe!We start with one bowl of kasha and it's the medium version of it. Notice the camera shot of the kasha sprinkling into the bowl. Of coures we have the mushrooms and the onions and I got to say the picture quality is better then we have ever had it! It just brings a tear to my eye!It's at this point we watch Bubbe going all over the kitchen. She's sauteing, she's beating eggs, and dissolving cubes. So much going on for one delicious recipe.It's at this point just have to notice how well the piano is working with the background of this show. Seems to help blend and calm everything into something that makes sense. If there is any video you should see for color alone it's this one!Now it's time for the yiddish word of the day and of course it is MAZLTOV. Now the thing is it should be Mazel Tov but this is not the hebrew word of the day but instead the Yiddish word of the day. There was even a discussion behind the scenes if Mazel Tov is even Yiddish. Ok fine Bubbe was right so now it's in the show. So after all of this what does it mean? Congratulations, Good Luck. So there you go the Yiddish Word of the Day.Yiddish Word of the Day is sponsored by: GoToMyPC.comTime for Avrom to go behind the scenes! He was at Von 07 with Bubbe and there he wanted to bring his computer but there was no way to do that. Too many things to bring already. So what do you do if you are in that position? Use GoToMyPC.com, and Feed Me Bubbe fans get 30 days free using http://www.gotomypc.com/podcastNow we are back to the show and Bubbe is moving faster then ever. So many different things to keep track of. But the more she blends things the better it is going to taste.This recipe can be frozen and Bubbe decided to serve with pot roast and a vegtable so try it out and let Bubbe know how you enjoyed it!Well thank you for joining us and stay tuned for the next episode. And seriously try GoToMyPc.com! You will thank yourself the next time it bails you out. [...]
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Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:52:52 PDTThis is a re-print from a blog post on It's Your Show I just posted, thought everyone would be interested.You would never believe the trip that we took, IYS. As IYS Crew said, yes we were in San Jose California, at the VON (Video on the Net) Conference as hosted by Jeff Pulver and Pulver Media. If you were there you would have seen us at the Network2.tvbooth spreading the love for our program Feed Me Bubbe.Now BevCo was supposed to come out and meet us but sadly that did not work out. But, that being said other IYSers did make an appearance and some of them was very unexpected.So as I was mourning the loss of Bev I used my producer brain to figure out that I might as well take out my camera and just shoot.And that is where the magic all happened. As you will see we met various IYSers and we were able to stumble upon the secret of the future look of IYS. Yes the embeding is going to be sweet and even Bubbe got into the act testing out the brand new application.I will tell you this much... I captured it all on camera. Or at least enough for a good solid tease. So how do you get to see all of this wonderful footage? Stay tuned and keep your eyes on the IYS front page, because this multi-part feature will be off the hook!And if off the hook is too corny for you... fill in your exclamation of joy and suprise here _____________Ok... good! Now that this is done let's go through a few highlights.I had the oppurtunity to meet Patrick Norton. I used to watch him all the time on Tech TV and now on DL.tv. He had some great advice and it was nice to talk about the old days of Tech Tv.Another great oppurtunity was getting 1 on 1 time with Robert Scoble. He is one of the top bloggers and very well known. One of his many very popular shows is Pod Tech. To help jog your memory think back to the guy that left microsoft and caused a big commotion with said annoucement.... ah now you get it.Of course Chris Brogan, Jeff Pulver, and the entire Network2 team made Bubbe feel like royalty. We got full VIP treatment and the new contacts and freinds that we made have really impacted us.We are really looking forward to going back for the Boston event in October... but that's a long way off.Anyway I should go to the edit booth and start smashing out these episodes. And as I said before you are going to love the new IYS website that they have coming.I just can't wait to show it to you! [...]
Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:52:33 PDTFeed Me Bubbe cast to showcase at Spring 2007 Video on the Net in San Jose, CAMeet the creators of the famous Jewish Food and Culture Show at Spring VONSAN JOSE, Calif., March 14, 2007 - Fans of "Feed Me Bubbe", will have theopportunity of personally meeting Bubbe on the West Coast. The cast wasinvited by Jeff Pulver, Founder of Network2.tv. They will be availablefor questions on March 20th. For a VIP Feed Me Bubbe Pass please firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP so that we can process your ticket.In each show Bubbe teaches a new recipe to her grandson, Avrom. Avromrealizes that when he "needs good kosher food there's only three words heneeds to know...Feed Me Bubbe!" The idea of the show is to connect thegenerations and bring timeless culture in our fast and junk food society,back into the kitchen."Feed Me Bubbe" is the exciting new podcast available on the internet thatis a groundbreaking show that is constantly improving it's content andproduction values. The show has not reached it's first year anniversaryand is forging ahead in the brand new internet video television industrythat is emerging in the world.In the middle of the episode Bubbe (Yiddish for grandmother) teaches hergrandson, Avrom, a new "Yiddish Word of the Day". The show is aimed forold and young alike with an emphasis on newly married couples because ofthe simplicity of the recipes. Also baby boomers with a deceasedgrandparent can reminisce about childhood memories of their Grandmotherthrough Bubbe's actions on screen.Bubbe likes to only be called Bubbe since it brings the audience into apersonal relationship with her. If she was to use her real name then shebecomes just another cook, but a Bubbe is a term of endearment. Thebiggest surprise has been the emails coming from all over the world allthanking us for archiving these timeless moments for future viewing."Feed Me Bubbe" has been featured in various media outlets includingpodcasts "One Minute How To", "Upon Further Review", and "Podcast Salad",along with being featured on BBC Radio's "Saturday Live", RetirementLivings "Art of Living", and a featured podcast on Itunes main menu (podcast section).For a full listing of shows, reviews, and contact information please visitour website located at http://www.feedmebubbe.com"Feed Me Bubbe" is licensed under Chalutz Productions.All Rights Reserved 2007 [...]
Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:52:04 PDTAvrom and Bubbe are coming to California to meet with our fans in the west! If you are interested in getting a VIP pass to say hi, please email email@example.com
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:48:18 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : When you want a sweet new year this is the perfect recipe to serve! Show Notes:Welcome one and all! We are back from hiatus and ready to take names!First of all a big thank you to Sherri P. from Arizona. Your contribution could not have come at a better time when a part on the tripod went missing. This episode is dedicated to you.Before we start you can save 10% on hosting with GoDaddy.com with promo code: pod59 to help keep us on the air.Bubbe starts the show off telling us how she is going to make tzimis and it can be used as a main dish or even a side dish. The best way to know the dish is to check out the recipe here.There are no two tzimis that is alike and everyone makes it differently. The way Bubbe figured out her recipe was by studying the Catskills.And there you go a good history of what the Catskills where like and how entertainers became big through its halls.First the sweet potatoes get cut followed by the carrots. You can hear them cracking underneath the knife.Now that everything is sliced and diced we now begin with the marathon at the stove. We are talking 3 hours of adding ingredients in a certain order making sure that everything soaks correctly. You can use an oven, Bubbe prefers dutch oven but she is going to use the stove top with a heavy pot.And there goes the meat and onions but first vegetable oil. Listen to it sizzle. It was so loud you can't hear what Bubbe is trying to say. Thank goodness for captions.The meat turns color and 2 cups of water gets added in and get ready to boil and put the cover on. This will help develop the flavor.This is where Bubbe goes into how healthy it is and the nutritional vitamins this all has.Time for the sweet potatoes and the carrots. If you like orange this is the section for you. Of course dried fruit is added and time to bring it back to a boil and of course time to cover the pot. Another half hour needs to pass now.The way things are going you would never know the time passed by. So back to the video spices and honey into the pot and an explanation of how and why it is used for Rosh Hashana.Orange Juice! Who saw that coming. As it all goes in time to put the cover back on.Finale time so make sure to taste it so that it is to your liking and if you want sweeter more honey or less add lemon.Quarter cup of water and cornstarch and this thickens the gravy. Make sure it's like a cream add it in and stir into the pot to blend it. Back to the cover.This might be the fourth time that we've put the cover on and off. On and off. Can't the cover just decide what it wants to be already.Joking aside Yiddish word of the day time and todays word is MENTSH meaning HONORABLE, and DECENT PERSON. So Bubbe wants to make sure that you be a MENTSH!Now of course Avrom takes a touching moment[...]
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Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:50:52 PDTWell guys. A lot has been taking place in the world and around the world of Feed Me Bubbe. We have the next episode loaded and ready to be edited but so much has been going on. We do have something that you might enjoy.
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:48:05 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Get the oil out for Chanukah because it is latke time! Show Notes: In this episode of Feed Me Bubbe we try to do something cool brand new and different then ever before.That's right folks releasing a video that says today is Sunday Dec. 17th and it being released on that very day. So it really is the second day of Chanukah so for your enjoyment we give you latkes.Today Bubbe is making latkes and she isn't using measurements. But for you, you can check out the measurements in our recipe section.Let's begin... it's very simple and easy no matter how you do it, it will taste good. Time to chop potatoes, onions, and other things. So many wonderful ingredients and oh look a napkin theme. My favorite was the festive napkin covering the oil.Time to put the potatoes in the blender. Look at the way it all gets mixed together. Wonderful! It actually is much easier then originally expected since it takes no time.Once you have all of the batches add water to get it all started. Time to give the mixture a stir with the flour and make everything well blended.Time to add the oil using a good size tablespoon. Check out that zoom into the tablespoon. Now that is what I call a tablespoon.Yay the latkes go in and look at how they sizzle. You can smell it through the screen but beware you don't want to burn yourself. Oh the way it sizzles.Time for ASK BUBBE! Bruce asks us if he can cut down the fish chowder recipe for 2 or should he just freeze the leftovers? Bubbe advises not to freeze it and a half recipe should be good enough.The next question comes to us all the way from Luxembourg. Cedric asks that some recipes that they use include dumplings. Are matzah balls the same as kneydl? Bubbe's answer is yes this is correct that they are all the same. The only difference is that matzah balls is made typically with matzah and dumplings with flour.Want to ask Bubbe firstname.lastname@example.org or make the call 646-248-6978!And now it is time for the Yiddish Word of the Day. Today it is GELT the yiddish word for MONEY. The traditional way is not gifts but to get Chanukkah gelt. Watch the episode to hear Bubbe tell a wonderful story from her childhood.Bubbe thinks it's time to go... but no there is still more show left since the latkes are on the pan.This weeks yiddish word of the Day is sponsored by VIRAL on veoh.com where Sunny gives us a wonderful chanukkah greeting. Go check out her wonderful show to learn about all the great internet shows that you may not know about.Look at those latkes sizzle. With the great yiddish music in the background. Oh the brown, tasty, crispyness to it. My mouth is watering.Oh but it has to drain on the paper towels but look how golden bro[...]
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Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:50:20 PDTOK folks for those that have been keeping an eye on the video this contest is for you. Watch the video to learn the details you need to know. There is only going to be one winner. Is that winner you? This video is only viewable by http://feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/feedmebubbe just have to know where to look.
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:47:51 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Bake a fish with this contest winning ingredient and you are sure to see a famous singer in concert. Show Notes: Time to make another healthy meal. There was a time when Frank Sinatra was very popular. A local radio station advertised a contest from the mayonaise company. The contest was to make a recipe using mayonaise and the winner would get 2 tickets to see who else? Frank Sinatra, and you wouldn't believe who won. Of course it was Bubbe. Now you can make the recipe yourself. There are so many white fishes out there of the kosher variety and any of those will do. Now there are all kinds of ingredients in this one but the most important is the secret ingredient, the mayonaise. Next Bubbe points out different facts about pans including that you can use a pizza pan and cover it with aluminum foil. Moving on Bubbe mixes up some ingredients, spreads on the secret ingredient, and dips the fish into the mixture. Bubbe throws the fish into the oven and we move on to Ask Bubbe! This time its a comment that the Fricassee is very yummy. Bubbe responds enjoy and let us know if you have any other recipes you want to see. Yiddish Word of the Day today is sponsored by AOL Video. The word today is mitsve which means good deed. This is where Avrom goes off talking about the AOL Video contest taking place where 8 video codes will go to one person. Who will that person be? The fish comes out to the rock music that has been playing all along and you can just see how attractive it looks. Mashed potatoes and a vegtable completes the meal. Yum... I think I am going to take some out of the fridge now... so good! Featured Music: Provided By Garage Band Cyclops Island BY: Denny Goodridge [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:47:35 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Frika... what? Frikazee of course. Chicken and meat together and don't worry no soup this time. Show Notes: Guess who is back... Back again... Show notes! Ok enough of foolery lets get this going. In this episode Bubbe starts. Fricassee is a combination of chicken parts and meatballs. But don't take our word for it... check out the recipe. And now we are going to make it the way it was in the olden days but keeping the flavor but at the same time making it low fat. Guess we should begin folks. It is time to first make the meatballs and then the chicken. It is that simple. While we are on that Bubbe introduces us to her best friend, the old fashioned grater. The grater is perfect to make bread crumbs or used for onions in this case. Don't forget the mushrooms and make sure it is on sale at the market it doesn't have to be fancy. Can mushrooms are just as good as non-canned mushrooms. Bubbe adds some oil, garlic, and onion into the pan. If only you could have been there the aroma is amazing. Speaking of amazing watch how the chicken gets added and turns white. After pushing the chicken to the side in comes the meatballs. After one of the slowest placing of the cover I have ever seen we move on to my favorite part of the show. Come on... say it. You know you want to. Fine I will. THE YIDDISH WORD OF THE DAY. Oh look Yiddish Word has a sponsor today and it is Upon Further Review. Make sure to check them out at http://www.furtherreview.net The yiddish word today is geshmak and it means Tasty or Delicious. This is of course followed by a promo for Upon Further Review. Back to the main show time to add spices and no measure necessary and then the mushrooms. It is all about flavor and timing but then again isn't that what cooking truly is about anyway? The mushrooms shrink and chicken cube is added along with more spices and hot boiling water is the secret to get the flavor to come out. Don't forget to taste for the salt and pepper flavoring. Bubbe likes things that are done to put away for the future. For a main dish you can use wide noodles or rice or make it into an houderve by using pastry shells and make sure to let Bubbe know what you think email@example.com Featured Music: Detention (High School Ripped Me A New One) BY:[...]
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Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:49:36 PDTWant to get behind the scenes news and know when updates are taking place with Feed Me Bubbe? Want to be notified by email of a new episode? Enter email below! E-mail: [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:47:07 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Part 3 of this 3 part series that is all about chicken soup! Show Notes: To check out what happened last time on Feed Me Bubbe click here. Time for the recap. I love the recap! Yay! Ok I'm calm now no worries. The show recaps all the fun of last time along with forgetting about the soup chicken. Avrom does his usal spiel and the episode begins! Woo Hoo! Bubbe starts by placing the chicken in a pan. But why hear me try to explain it when you can check out the recipe here. Now there are all kinds of wonderful spices like the garlic and the onion. If that is not clear enough we made sure to have a closeup picture of the garlic and onion. And now you know. Moving on time for some oil as some new aged fiddler on the roof music begins playing. Do Doo Doo Doo Doo Dooooo. (Just imagine it makes sense) Of course spices get added on top of the oil and it is all FARTIK. Well what do you know that's the Yiddish Word of the Day. It means finished, done, complete. December 17th 2006 something special is going to happen so mark the calendar. Back to the chicken Bubbe likes to use a vegtable with the chicken to make it even more appetizing. The music starts going and the show is over. Yes! I mean NO! AHHH! Say it ain't so. Please say it ain't so. Well it ain't so we will be back in the future. Just stay subscribed to be the first to know when. Featured Music: Provided By Garage Band Ein Fiddler 8-13-03 BY: KLEZSKA [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:46:47 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Part 2 of this 3 part series that is all about chicken soup! Show Notes: To check out what happened last time on Feed Me Bubbe click here. After the recap we move on to the meat and potatoes. We take it from the last part of the last episode where the microwave goes off. DING! Bubbe takes out the piping hot bowl of soup and mentions that we now have a batch of homemade chicken soup along with four chicken legs. We now interrupt this scheduled programming for a brief announcement.. It seems that we FORGOT THE ONION last episode. OOOPS! After our moment of silence.. Time to make some matzah balls. It is all about following the directions in the back of the box while making it with the special Bubbe tips to make it light and fluffy. Get the basic recipe. And the yiddish word of the day is short but sweet. That's right folks it's TAM or TAAM which means TASTE. Bubbe's chicken soup has a good TAAM. Bubbe reminds us the importance of washing your hands. She also gives the secret to making a lot of soup for a party and make it taste good. The way to do it is to combine the homemade with package soup, who would have thought. So at your next crowd you are ready to make the soup that will warm the soul. Add luchen, matzah balls, and rice. Oh No! We forgot the soup chicken! Oh well 2 part chicken soup series is now a 3 part so check it out next time. Featured Music: Provided By Garage Band Odessa Bulgar Live @ Le Bar Bat 8-13-03 BY: KLEZSKA [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:46:26 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Part 1 of this 3 part series that is all about chicken soup! Show Notes: Time to bring out the Jewish penicillin for what is going to be a fun part one of a three part episode. But that's not all it can do, it can be a soup served for shabbos or yom tov or any other festive occasion. If that doesn't work for you it can also be used as a comfort food. Gather round kinderlach (children) because now its time for a story. When Bubbe was growing up of course things were not as good as they are today. A chicken had to be shared with the neighbor Mrs. Reed. So what would you do with half a chicken? Add dry lima beans of course so that it will balance and you get your nurishment. Time to start off the recipe. Those that want it go here. Bubbe shows us how clean the chicken is and her plate of vegtables. Don't forget about the cotten thread for the dill. So many things you can do with dill... so many things... Fast forward to placing the chicken in the pot and then my freinds the Yiddish word of the day. And what could it be this time? Kneydlach of course and that means dumplings. To use it in a sentence you might just say: "Bubbe please give me chicken soup and make sure you have Kneydlach in it!" By the way you should check out the behind the scenes video from an interview with George from One Minute How To. Oh and then there is the skum. Yuck! No seriously yuck!! But after it's placed into the microwave I see a wonderful clear chicken soup that tastes great. Thanks for feeding us Bubbe and stay tuned for the part 2 of the 3 part chicken soup series! Featured Music: Freilach Time! [...]
Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:48:47 PDTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.George from One Minute How To Podcast interviewed the Feed Me Bubbe crew.Since you subscribe to the show here is your chance to see early footage behind the scenes of the show before it comes out.The footage will include pre, during, and post of what took place during the interview.And what do you need to do to find this special link?Go to http://www.chalutzproductions.com/bonus/take a quick survey and after you finish you will be able to view the special episode.Shalom,Feed Me Bubbe [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:46:02 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Since Yom Tov is fast approaching here is a great cake desert you can add to the end of the meal. Show Notes: Yom Tov has come and gone and I've been behind lately but no issue we are going to keep trudging ahead. This episode starts with a dancing purple dinosaur.. Ok... fine you know how it, starts. The same way it always starts. Moving on.. Bubbe tells us about how to make parave sponge cake one of the most traditional deserts around. It is used for Yom Tov, shabbos, whenever you want it, it is always available. You can eat it plain or with desert but the key is to try to make the recipe and you will not be disappointed. Bubbe shows us the way her mother used to do it. We get to see her bowl and her beater. Bubbe shows us that the beater is still working like the day it was bought from the store. After beating, mixing, adding, stretching, stirring, blending and everything else involved in making a cake we take a quick look at the special cake pan used. Now it's time for the yiddish word of the day! Oh wait, no, what is this brand new segment? Ok lets go with it, I got questions, so lets ask Bubbe! Shoshana asks: "Bubbe, I want low fat traditional recipes!" and Bubbe responds letting her know that we do everything simple and in fact many of the ingredients are in fact low fat. You tube fan that contacted us by AOL IM asks: "Bubbe, is grape Jelly Kosher?" The answer to this is a certain brand that begins with S 32 ounces and is Concord Grape Jelly has a kosher symbol on it. Now it is time once again for the yiddish word of the day and what is it this time? Why Kaledz Student of course. That translates to College student. It sounds the same but as Avrom notices there is a bit of an accent to it. That being said back to the cake. The sponge cake is served with strawberries. Yum.... strawberries, my mouth is watering as I type this. But of course we need a story. Uncle Peretz drank 5 or 6 glasses of tea. Can you imagine how large that pot of tea is! You have to check it out for yourself on the video. See you next time. Featured Music: Of Men And Angels - Soundtrack [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:45:12 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : It's time for another episode and this time we are on shpilkes, will the chowder turn out right? Show Notes: Today we are going to make fish bulbe. Bulbe actually means potatoes. Fish Bulbe is fish and potatoes and fish and potatoes is known to us as fish chowder. Good now that we got you really confused lets begin. Years ago Bubbe lived in a street with a lot of houses. Once a week a man with a station wagon would show up. The back of the wagon had a scale and fish. All the neighbors would come on down to buy all kinds of fish. If you want to make this dish take a glance at the recipe. Today's yiddish word of the day is shpilkes meaning in a rush. But if you want the exact definition it is pins and needles. Hard to describe but worth watching it. Of course at the end everything turns out as it should as the credits roll and the jazz music kicks up a beat. We are still looking for your comments and requests firstname.lastname@example.org Featured Music: Late In Lisbon [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:44:59 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : You have not had a kosher hamburger until you have had a Bubbe Burger. Show Notes: Today we are going to go on a picnic. It's so hot this week that it's time to get your gear together and perhaps go to the nearest lake. So... let's get ready to make some hamburgers and if you want to make the recipe check it out here. Bring on the meat! Yes it is raw now but after Bubbe uses her gear it all becomes a great burger. Just remember to make sure to wash your hands before getting your hands dirty in the meat mixture. Make sure to squish them into good size patties. Carefully put them into the griddle and smell the wonderful aroma as everything sizzles. Of course now it's time for the Yiddish Word of the Day. Kotletan which caused Avrom a good amount of time to pronounce it. Bubbe helped sound it out for him but what does it mean? Hamburgers of course! Check out blubrry.com since they are todays sponsor of the day. But after all of that. Now as we get back Bubbe takes out the hamburgers and puts them on bulky rolls with a side of baked beans and a sour pickle. With that Bubbe goes outside and packs the food in her trunk ready to enjoy her day out of the house. We are still looking for your comments and requests email@example.com Featured Music: America Loves Baseball! [...]
Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:45:40 PDTEpisode Summary : As we grow new developments taking place in the World of Feed Me Bubbe. Show Notes: Shalom and greetings to everyone. It is 5 in the morning right now and today we are going to tape 2 more episodes of Feed Me Bubbe. I myself do not know what bubbe has up her sleeve today but whatever it is it is going to be memorable. The fans so far have been great and we just wanted to check in and see what everyone thinks of the show. So far there was mention of the music being too loud in the first episode and that was fixed for the 2nd and the 3rd. If you have any ideas there is many different ways to let us know. Instead of listing them out go to our website www.chalutzproductions.com and click on feed me bubbe and then contact in the banner menu. One last announcement along with all the other different methods we have added 2 more. One is to contact through the website blubrry.com with no e's. So that is W W W dot B L U B R R Y dot COM The other way is by using AOL's Instant Messanger service. Our screenname is of course FeedMeBubbe. With that keep yourself subscribed for more family fun and kosher cooking ahead. See you next episode. [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:44:17 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Today Bubbe shows you her way to make meat balls. The yiddish word of the day goes out of control. Show Notes: So much happening on this episode. Before we start thank you to everyone that have worked with us so far. Moving on to the episode... This week the music has more of an italian feel to it. When Bubbe was growing up there was no food processors, clean hands, or even a blender. All they had back then was a plain wooden smooth bowl and a chopper called a hackmesser. On this episode Bubbe wants to show you how they used to do it so she is going to demonstrate the old fashion way. In it she takes a pound of lean hamburg and plops it into the wooden bowl. After adding other ingredients she begins chopping away. Get the recipe here. Bubbe rolls up all of the meat together into 20 balls of meat. These eventually end up in a pan. So now it is time for the yiddish word of the day. Today it goes out of control. The word starts out being fleishig meaning meat. All of a sudden Bubbe starts talking about kneidlach meaning balls. Before we know it we are talking about milchig meaning milk and finally Parave which is neither milk or meat. We still need advertisers so if you think you are the one email us firstname.lastname@example.org. It is also our pleasure to announce that we now have black t-shirts available located in our store. Meatballs go out of the pan and sauce mixture gets made. The meatballs go back in and get covered. Finally 3 separate dishes become created one with toothpicks, one made into a sub sandwich, and then there is brown rice with meatballs. But when all is said and done. After the credits are all said and done a final surprise. Our friend Cali from GeekBrief provided us with an amusing clip from her show where she sings Hava-Nagilah. Visit her site at http://www.geekbrief.tv. Visit our contact page to learn all the ways to contact us. Next week a viewers request... [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:43:41 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Today Bubbe shows you her way to make Luchen Kugel. But what does luchen mean? Check out the Yiddish word of the day to find out. Show Notes: Normal intro as always. Today we are going to make a healthy desert, with an old fashioned flavor Bubbe likes to get everything done simple, easy, and delicious to todays standards of life. The desert is called Luchen Kugel but it can be called Noodle Pudding. It's so good Bubbe can feel the flavor before she even makes it. Get the recipe here. Bubbe does not like to wash pans and so she introduces that there is a new aluminum foil that has come out that has an OU rating which is perfect since it makes an easy cleanup at the end of the day. During the show the refrigerator and microwave is utilized. This is the first time these appliances have made there appearances on the show. Todays Yiddish word is Luchen ...Luchen...Luchen. The word means noodles. Finally we are looking for sponsors for the show. Get on the ship now before it leaves the harbor. Contact us at email@example.com See You next episode. [...]
Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:44:47 PDTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : Not our first episode but not exactly our second episode. Show Notes: We go over the various ways that you can contribute to Feed Me Bubbe. Be a part of the program by leaving your voice to be included in for future episodes. Email Comments to show and host: firstname.lastname@example.org Call 1-888-654-2278, enter in for phone number 555-123-1234 use the PIN: '1836' Leave your message hit pound than hit pound again. Check out myspace... www.myspace.com/feedmebubbe Join the discussion boards... By leaving a voicemail you are giving us the right to use your voice and any material that is left in anyway that Chalutz Productions see fit. [...]
Sun, 15 Feb 2009 12:43:24 PSTClick above to Play VideoIf you are interested in learning more about an ad feel free to click on the ad at the end of the episode! Chalutz Productions is not responsible nor endorses any ad that may be displayed at the end of any video. Click on advertisements at your own risk.Episode Summary : On our first episode Bubbe gives her secret to her famous Jelly Jammies. Does she use grape or cherry? Show Notes: The show starts out with Avrom introducing the show with the 3 magic words "Feed Me Bubbe." After some music Bubbe explains today's episode. Today she is going to prepare her grandchildren's favorite snack. It is very easy to prepare. Her mother used to make strudel which took a lot of time and energy and a lot of experience. But who has time today for all of that. This is how Bubbe's Famous Jelly Jammies were created. If you don't want to call it Jelly Jammies you can always call it easy fruit squares. The recipe and procedure is available here. The Yiddish word of today is BUBBE which means GRANDMOTHER. [...]