BLOG: Secretary Leslie Richard’s Latke Recipe for Hanukkah By: Leslie Richards, Secretary of Transportation SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Holidays, The Blog On Hanukkah, those of the Jewish faith celebrate by lighting the menorah and eating traditional fried foods like latkes, which alludes to the significance of oil to the eight-day celebration. My family is big latke fans — our dog’s name is even latke! Every Hanukkah, I make this recipe for my family and friends, and am sharing it with my fellow Pennsylvanians this year so they can enjoy them as much as us. Chag Sameach!Leslie’s Latke RecipeServings: Makes about 20 3-inch latkesIngredients2 extra large eggs1/3 cup of beer½ cup of all-purpose flour1 tsp kosher saltpinch of fine ground black pepper¼ of a Spanish onion, grated1 ½ pounds of Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled and grated1 ¼ cup of light vegetable oil for fryingapplesauce and sour cream for toppingsInstructions1. Whisk together eggs, beer, flour, salt and pepper2. Add the onion and the potatoes to the batter3. In a large skillet, heat ½ inch oil over moderately high heat4. Drop 2 tablespoons of batter (approximately 3 inches in diameter) in oil, turning them once, for 4-5 minutes, or until golden brown5. Drain on paper towelsServe with applesauce and sour cream.Best if prepared right before eating. If you need to prepare them ahead of time, they can be frozen. To reheat, lay out on parchment in a pan and freeze (single layer). Warm in 300 degree oven directly from freezer to oven. Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf December 07, 2015
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Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 Share DACH markets betting group bet-at-home AG has recorded double-digit declines across all topline metrics, publishing its Q1 2020 trading update. The Frankfurt Xetra bookmaker detailed that tough Q1 trading was compounded by the abrupt postponement of European sports and continued wagering declines recorded in Poland and Switzerland.Dealing with multiple headwinds, bet-at-home saw Q1 2020 wagering volumes drop by 18% to €677 million (Q12019 – €827 million).Entering 2020, bet-at-home had warned investors of Swiss and Polish ‘regulatory disturbances’, which saw the group Q1 revenues decline by 13% to €32 million (Q12019 – €37.2 million).Despite recording lower revenues, period costs related to betting taxes and gaming fees were maintained at €5.6 million as bet-at-home recorded period net revenues of €25.5 million (Q12019 – €31 million).Closing Q1 2020 accounts, bet-at-home declared corporate EBITDA of €9 million, reflecting a 30% decline on corresponding 2019’s €12.7 million.Entering the summer months with no European sports schedule, bet-at-home has confirmed that it will revise its operating strategy as it seeks to minimise costs and limit marketing exposure.bet-at-home detailed that it will maintain its 2020 outlook despite facing multiple headwinds, with the company expecting to generate revenues in the €120-132 million range. Furthermore, bet-at-home’s board anticipates that group EBITDA will amount to €23-27 million for the financial year 2020. StumbleUpon MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Share Related Articles Polish wagering report highlights STS market dominance August 17, 2020 Submit