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Tzimmis help

Susan H | Apr 20, 2005 01:26 PM

I'm making a first attempt at tsimmis (or is it a "z") in my new slow cooker, which cooks hotter than my old one. I am thinking of the following:
peel yams and carrots, layer them into the crockpot with cut-up prunes, drizzle honey and cinammon over the whole mess, and cook on low overnight. I have a piece of stew-type beef to add -- do I cut it up and put it in the middle, or on top? Anything else that's missing? What about fried onions (would that help or hurt)?

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