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Bring to a boil over medium high heat, then lower to a simmer.

Stir in the prunes, cranberries, apple, carrots if using and potatoes.

Place on a flame tamer for an hour, and taste for seasoning.

Add cilantro if using and additional water to cover, if needed.

Since they lived in the former Soviet Union, Bukharans both young and old speak Russian as well as the language of wherever they’ve settled. That’s a good thing—otherwise I’d never have wrangled this recipe out of Yanna! When I asked her for the recipe she said, “First you take your lamb bones.

Add the stock or water, tomatoes, rice, salt, pepper and spices.On Friday nights after the Shabbos dinner, many Bukharans serve tea and cakes to family and friends, sitting around the table talking until late.Yanna, a young mother, is always cooking and baking and incredible fragrances drift into the hall from her apartment.Most of the Bukharan (also, Bukharian, Bukhari), Jews from Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan have emigrated to Israel and Queens, New York bringing with them their distinctive culture, cuisine and language.My neighbor Yanna and her husband bring a spot of Bukharan culture to the primarily European Jewish community in Brooklyn where we live. Although all Jews love guests (we look to the Biblical Abraham as our role model), the Bukharans seem to live for guests (though family comes first).

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