Watch as Irma Zigas cooks with her grandson Caleb, preparing her own take on Passover brisket (here's her recipe). There's love, there's respect and teaching, there are disagreements over chopping onions—it's family. Caleb and Irma aren't kosher, and neither is this recipe, but Irma's been making this brisket since her anti-Vietnam, pro-women's-rights activist days, when she needed to bring the family together but couldn't spend hours in the kitchen.
Butter has been eaten for thousands of years. Yet, spreadable butter wasn't available to consumers until the early 1990s. Spreadable butter keeps a soft texture even during refrigeration. It's perfect for breakfast items like toast.