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Beti Dancing
Beti always lit up a room. Irreverent and full of joie de vivre, she was always the first on the dance floor. In fact she was often the only one on the dance floor, and didn't mind at all.
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Reply Kate Starr
8:32 PM on November 25, 2015 
For the past 4 1/2 hrs I've been searching for a recipe (have picture but I think The Daily Meal gave the wrong name: "Burmelos deep-fried fritters") at the following link as a Hanukkah delicacy in Turkey:"7 Hanukkah Traditions across the Globe"
So delicious looking, I couldn't resist searching for it. Couldn't find ANYTHING in the Search Engine but I found YOU! And I just love your website, pixs of your beautiful family, and would like to have bought your cookbook, but at age 73 with 500+ recipes in my computer (I think I like retyping them than cooking them [smile]), I don't think I'll get to make many of your recipes. But could you help me with finding it? Go to the link above & Turkey is one of the 7 countries.
But boy do your recipes look delish! By the way, I was rather upset and responded to the web email about registering. Your site is not easy to register.....spent over 15 minutes and STILL not registered. Would love to hear from you, and what a beautiful family. I'm glad your Jewish side survived those years of those pictures. God bless, Kate Starr of Rocport, MA, USA