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PAGE 26 HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, APRIL 11, 2003 I I WHY IS THltS SOLD, CREAM DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER SOUR CREAM! :: ~2 :::.: : It"4 ~ Our family has been making Daisy Brand Kosher for Passover for over 75 years. And for the last 25, it's been my responsibility to meet the Rabbi's requirements. It means a lot of planning and a fair amount of work, but we do it because my father did it, and my grandfather before him. It's become a tradition. Just as we have passed down the making of ' sour cream from generation to generation, other families have passed down their special Passover recipes. It wouldn't be Passover without them. And because Daisy is Kosher for Passover, we are fortunate to be a part of many of those recipes. That s a family tradition definitely worth continuing. Here are a few of our own favorite Daisy recipes we'd like to share withyou. Wishingyou a happy and healthy Passover. ii i:: BFtAND sour cream KuGEL ("" , 16 OZ. Daisy Brand Sour Cream I - 12 oz. box matzos ~ ~- :.~/ 16 oz. cottage cheese su ar to taste,*":V~~~ Moisten matzos with cold ~ater, '>:: .:~ii then squeeze out excess water. Mix cottage cheese, salt, eggs, sour cream and sugar. Place in buttered I1" x 7" pan in three layers, alternating the matzo and. cottage cheese mixture. Dot with Bake 40 minutes at 300 degrees, butter. I/2 cup matzo cake meal I/4 cup potato starch I teaspoon salt 3 eggs milk for thinning batter Filling: 16 oz. farmer cheese I tablespoon Daisy Brand Sour Cream I egg salt and cinnamon to taste Pancakes: Beat eggs and add other ingredients. Thin batter with milk until very runny. Grease an 8" skillet. Pour batter and roll around skillet until batter covers skillet (should be thin coat). Fry until set or slightly brown, Turn out onto clean towel and cool. Filling: Mix farmer cheese, sour cream, eggs, salt and cinnamon together. Put a tablespoon of filling in center of pancake and fold to cover filling. Can be fried in butter or baked in oven. Serve finished blintzes with Daisy Brand Sour Cream or jelly. Certified by the Chicago Rabbinical Council. Z~' Kosher for Passover when "Passover 2003" is printed on package lid. OZO03 D~ Br~. Inc