Check out our Heat & Eat Menu so you can choose some Cocktail Frank, Potato-Onion, Kasha Varnishkes, or Apple Strudel Schlumpia® to go with your holiday meal.
My family and I just returned from a fun vacation in Montreal. We took a very informative and delicious walking tour of Jewish food in Montreal called “Beyond the Bagel”. We tasted bagels, bialys, chocolate babka, rugelach, smoked meat, and pickles.
The inspiration for a new Schlumpia® variety came when we experienced an interesting sandwich called the “Special” at Wilensky’s Light Lunch. It consisted of grilled beef salami and bologna with mustard on a Kaiser roll that was pressed on the grill like a panini.
Wilensky’s has some strict rules: They will not cut the sandwich in half nor will they let you order it sans mustard and they’ve enforced these stringent rules since 1932.
According to the Ramone’s song “Commando”, the fourth rule is “Eat Kosher Salamis“. Uncle Larry’s Schlumpia® wanted to make something that demonstrates its firm belief of the Ramone’s rule #4 without being as rigid as Wilensky’s.
We start with a midget kosher salami, dice it into small cubes and fry it up to develop some crispiness, then add some scrambled farm fresh eggs and cook it pancake style. We roll some up in a lumpia wrapper, fry it, and serve it with an optional spicy brown mustard dipping sauce and an equally optional pickle. It’s crunchy, flavorful and delicious. Order some today and enjoy!
Whenever we visited our grandparents in Brooklyn, my grandmother would serve us salmon latkes (salmon croquettes), creamed corn and chocolate pudding. We liked them so much that she made it for us every time we visited. I set out to recreate this delicious meal in Schlumpia form.
I didn’t want to stray too far from her recipe, but wanted to gussie it up a bit to make it as healthy and nutritious as possible. This was quite apropos as Grandma’s name was Gussie. I used canned Alaskan wild red salmon. It’s high in omega 3’s especially when I use all the skin, bones and liquid. It is way healthier than KFC, but you’ll still be able to say, “I ate the bones”. I used a few cage-free organic egg whites and organic 9 grain bread to bind, added some chopped onions and parsley and pan-seared them in extra virgin olive oil.
They can be served up 2 different ways:
- Rolled in a lumpia wrapper and flash fried and served hot
- Stuffed into an open ended Schlumpia (think cannoli) and served cold
Both are great with some arugula, and a lemon Dijon aoilli. The flavor of this dipping sauce compliments the salmon latkes and the lemon juice literally cuts the mustard.
These Schlumpia are perfect for vegetarians, make a nice Lenten snack, or a nice taste treat for book club especially if you’re reading something from Salman Rushdie.
A grassroots effort has begun to officially mark May 24th as National Schlumpia® Day. We’re not just talking about 5/24/2017, but May 24th in perpetuity!!!
The day is prominently listed in Wikipedia under their “list of food days” and will share the day with “National Escargot Day” (we’re not
shellfish selfish). In order for it to become official, we’ll need at least 500 members in the Make 5/24 National Schlumpia Day Facebook Group that was set up for this important initiative. Once that’s acheived, our country’s lawmakers will be contacted to help formally make this hapen. If you haven’t joined the group please do, so our shared wish can become a reality. At the time this article was written, there were 160 members, so we really need your help!!!
Special thanks to David Hellman, Integrative health coash, nutrition troubleshooter, high tech entrepreneur and childhoold friend of Uncle Larry for spearheading this important iniative and movement forward.
The L.E.O. Schlumpia® is not about Uncle Leo, although he probably would have loved one. This L.E.O stands for Lox, Eggs & Onions.
We’ve recreated this breakfast classic often found on the menu at delis and diners. First you whip up some eggs, smoked Nova Scotia salmon, and sauteed onions for this Schlumpia® variety. It pairs well with a veggie cream cheese/Greek yogurt dipping sauce. Instead of bagels and lox, order a platter of these crispy tasty Schlumpia® for your next Sunday brunch. Aren’t having a party? Get a package of 6 heat & eat L.E.O Schlumpia®. They’re perfect with fresh brewed coffee or Mimosas.
Welcome the upcoming Jewish holidays with some Schlumpia® at your holiday table. Potato Onion or Kasha Varnishkes are a crispy and tasty side dish to compliment your holiday brisket or roast chicken. Apple Strudel Schlumpia® helps wish a sweet year to your family and go great with a drizzle of honey. Lox, Eggs and Onions Schlumpia® is a delicious way to break the fast. We even have grilled Hebrew National cocktail frank Schlumpia® for that perfect holiday forshpeis or for you non-Yiddish speakers, hors d’oeuvres or for you non-French speakers, appetizers. Visiting friends or family on Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur? Schlumpia® make a thoughtful gift for your host.
Order now to get some Schlumpia® in time for the holidays or just wait, as we have Schlumpia® for you all year long. Check out our Jewish Holiday menu. All trays of Schlumpia® come frozen and can be heated up a toaster oven or conventional oven.