The Kitchen of Brotherly Love


My sister Serach dropped by today with my nephew. This officially had nothing to do with the fact that I fried fish for dinner. No, nothing. While my kids passed my nephew from hand to hand, Serach joined me in the kitchen.
“Did you make chips to go with the fish?” she asked while I did some dishes.
“Of course. And I wrapped some fish and chips in an old Haaretz for you.”

She kissed me on the cheek and said, “You are the best brother ever!”

I was all happy and excited until she stopped for a second and added, “And make sure you blog about it!”

10 Responses to “The Kitchen of Brotherly Love”

  1. Leah says:

    Gotta love a sister!
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    • Hevel @KosherKola says:

      I have to admit I don’t make classic fish and chips, because agout half the family doesn’t eat battered food. I also tend to use European hake (aka herring hake) instead of cod. I just mix flour with paprika, lightly salt the fish, put it through the flour mix and fry it in hot oil.

  3. Milena says:

    🙂 That is very sweet.

  4. doesitevenmatter3 says:

    HA! Your sister sounds cool!!! 🙂
    And you are a great brother to her!!! 🙂
    Brothers are the best! I have 3 of them (and 4 sisters!)!!! 🙂
    I LOVE fish…any kind fixed any way! I would so love to try your fish and chips!!!
    HAPPY New Week!
    C. 🙂

    • Hevel @KosherKola says:

      I know, I love having both brothers and sisters! Between my adoptive and bio family and half siblings of my half siblings, I refer to well over 20 people as brother or sister!

  5. doesitevenmatter3 says:

    Happy Thursday! How are you? Hope you are doing well! I’m taking off soon to go spend Thanksgiving week with my kids! 🙂 I’m very excited! HUGS!!! 🙂

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