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Bubby Irma's Favorites

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All of these recipes are extracted from Bubby Irma's soon-to-be published book, "The Adventures of Bubby Irma and her Cowboy." To order her first cookbook, click here.

Robin's Mousse

When Robin Pamensky first made this mousse I knew it was a winner -- and it became one of the Cowboy's favorite desserts. Thank you Robin!

6 Eggs - separated
200 grams Chocolate
1 Tbsp. Vanilla
5tbs boiling Water

Blend yolks, water & chocolate for 10 minutes. Add whites & vanilla and blend for 2 more minutes. Pour into mold and refrigerate -- can be used in a piecrust or poured into individual dessert glasses.

Amazing Peanut Butter Pie

I don't even like peanut butter but this pie is truly amazing. My granddaughter, Erika, made this with a brownie recipe for the crust and it was spectacular. It can be made with a cookie crumb crust too.


When I first made the Peanut Butter/Tofutti mixture, I realized that something was missing. I called Erika who was then living in Boston and had her read me the recipe. Yep, there was something missing in my version -- she forgot to add in 1 cup of sugar. However I have found that by using Rich's Cream, you can cut out the sugar.

For the crust, spread the brownie into a 9 x 13" pan and bake it.

1 package of softened Tofutti Cream Cheese
1 cup of creamy Peanut Butter
1 cup of Sugar
1 Tbsp. of Margarine
1 tsp. Vanilla
1 cup of Rich's Whipping Cream

Beat the first five ingredients together and whip the cream separately until stiff. Then fold the two mixtures together. Spread it on top of the brownie layer (or cookie crumb crust). Freeze until ready to serve. This recipe makes enough for one 9x13" pan, so if you want to fit it into two -- double the recipe.

Black Olive Spread

When our daughter, Vicki, our Kenyan gourmet cook visited us last month, she made this delicious olive spread and we use it every Friday night at our Shabbat table. It is especially good with the warmed challah. We're big garlic eaters -- so I use at least 4 or 5 garlic cloves.

1 can of pitted Black Olives
2 or 3 Garlic cloves
1 cap full of Olive Oil
1 teaspoon of dried Basil or fresh if you have it

Place all the ingredients into your food processor and let it chop until it is thoroughly blended. It's a winner!!

Olive Bread

2 cups Whole Wheat Flour
3 cups White Flour
2 Tbsp Sugar
1 Tbsp Salt
50 grams Yeast
2 Tbsp Zatar
1 3/4 to 2 cups Warm Water
½ cup Pitted Olives

Knead and before taking the dough out of the food processor put in 1/2 cup or more of flour if necessary. Shape and bake in loaf pans in a medium oven for 30-35 min.

Published: October 19, 2002


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Visitor Comments: 3

(2) deena, December 17, 2013 10:38 PM

are you speaking about something like mandelbroidt?

I just googled kamish bread and it turns out it's the same as mandelbroidt. Oh, my Bubbie's mandelbroidt....to die for.

(1) Dorothy Miller, December 11, 2002 12:00 AM

kimish bread ?

My grandmother used to make a cookie or dunking bread, called kimish bread. I am not sure if spelling is correct. I have been looking for a recipie for a long time. Unfortunatly she passed away years ago and she never wrote a recipe down. It was one of my favorites growing up with her and I would like to make it for my father. It would make him very happy and bring lots of memories back.

Thank you,
Dorothy Miller

iLENE, February 2, 2014 8:21 PM

KICKLE

We called it kickle. again the spelling is wrong. Several years ago I found on the internet a show called "Ask Me Bubby" which I am trying to find now. I wrote to her and she wrote back to me with the receipt of the kickle. but right now I do not remember where I put it. Sorry. If you can find "Bubby" she will have the receipt for you.

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