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Recipe For Chopped Liver — 20 Comments

  1. I can’t believe this but I’ve never had chopped liver. You make it sound great and I should try it sometime!

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    • This was the very first time I had made it myself Angela 🙂

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  2. I love chopped liver and when I was younger my best friend’s husband (now very sadly deceased) used to invited us for special Jewish celebratory meals. This brings back many happy memories. Thinking back to my grandmother – she was the queen of children’s birthday cakes fashioned into houses, boats, cars and princesses and lavishly decorated with delicious butter icing 🙂

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    • Wow, the cakes sound amazing! I would invite you over for Passover if you were closer Tanya 🙂

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  3. Never known this kind of liver dish instead of liver pate before, sounds delicious!!!

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    • Thank you Dedy 🙂

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  4. Well my grandmother lives with me, but from my mother’s side, my grandmother used to make the most amazing coconut biscuits. That is what I would love to make as a reminder of her, since I see her so little!
    I love how your beautiful liver reflects your time at your grandma’s, food tastes better when there is an association with good memories 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • I love that you have a sweet memory of your grandmother Uru 🙂

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  5. What a nice way to remember your grandmother! Whenever I think of hand made potato fries and spring rolls I think of one of my grandmothers. I think of the other with Chinese rice dumplings 😀
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    • I loved reading your story about the potato fries Lorraine 🙂

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  6. Hi Tandy, love Jerusalem it is one of my favorite cookbooks, great presentation.
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    • I am so loving the book as well Cheri 🙂

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  7. As much as I enjoyed this post, I don’t think I could do chopped liver, haha!! My Grandmother always used to make cheesecake which I devoured. She was Polish and Russian and make lots of Russian foods with cabbage, grumpkies. And I loved those as a kid! Still need to learn to replicate hers.
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    • I can never quite replicate the taste of my grandmothers crunchies, but I so love trying 🙂

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  8. What a lovely post Tandy. I enjoyed reading about your Passover memories and childhood with your extended family. I guess the one thing that reminds me of my paternal grandmother is chocolate cake with thick buttercream icing and cherries. It was her “speciality” and she always had one waiting in the cake tin for guests.

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    • I would love to have been one of her guests Tami!

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  9. My husband loves chopped live…he would certainly enjoy this recipe.

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    • I hope you make it for him Karen 🙂

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  10. I have always been fascinated by this recipe – I really must try it – thanks for inspiring Tandy.
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    • I hope you find it worth the effort Rachel 🙂

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