Now that "Breaking Bad" is back, my Sunday nights are a little more stressfull and nerve-wracking. It's a good idea to watch something light-hearted and silly after stressing out for an hour over Walter White. Since I don't have cable, I watch the show with a couple of good friends at their house (and try to win over their cat, with no luck so far) every week. Our post-"Breaking Bad" unwinding has included "Adventure Time" and "Bob's Burgers," to name a couple. Last night, I was introduced to "Feed Me Bubbe."
Originally, I thought it was a cartoon. It sounds like something nonsensical that would come out of Cartoon Network or something. But no, it's Bubbe (Yiddish for "grandmother") walking you through her family recipes. Bubbe and her grandson Avrom talk about the food and the memories and traditions associated with it. You'll also learn some Yiddish.
What a way to destress, indeed. My next step will be to try some of these recipes. Chicken schnitzel, anyone?