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I'm going to 'fess up here. I don't fast the way you're supposed to on Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of repentance that begins on Sunday night. Not that I don't have plenty to repent for—it's just that I've decided to repent while eating. But even though I don't fast I still look forward to a traditional (or even untraditional) Break Fast meal.
On Monday night we were invited to break the fast with some good friends of ours who live in our apartment building. They'll have a fantastic platter of smoked fish, bagels, and cream cheese, which is the traditional break fast meal in my experience. But to kick it up a notch, Jewish-style, we're going to bring a couple of dishes from the fertile culinary imaginations of my friends Arthur Schwartz and Joan Nathan, who are certainly among the greatest practitioners of Jewish cooking on the planet.
- Arthur Schwartz's Yom Kippur Break Fast Kugel
- Arthur Schwartz's Salmon Ceviche
- Joan Nathan's Gefilte Fish Pâté
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