“Is the Garden of Eden so small that it can only fit in your Mama and Papa, your brother Schneur, and the cheder melamed?”
This fish is a spur-of-the-moment kinda recipe which I came up with one Yom Tov morning when we had unexpected guests. It has become a Yom Tov tradition ever since.
When one makes a simchah, Hashem takes his deceased parents from Gan Eden and brings them to join in the simchah
Daring and delicious. Refreshingly different. For the sophisticated palate only. Pairs well with grilled fish, chicken, or any meat roast.
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