The evolving blender

"You just turn the blender on and walk away,' says Kay Oswald of KitchenAid.

June 18, 2015 15:58
Falafel balls

Falafel balls. (photo credit: YAKIR LEVY)


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Forty years ago, my mother-in-law taught me how to make tehina in her home in Givatayim.

“Be sure to put enough water in the blender to get it going,” she instructed, “and stop often to break up the sesame paste, or else the blender might die.”


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