Family Recipe Friday: Bess (Green) Broida’s Vegetable Soup

Bess (Green) Broida’s Vegetable Soup Recipe, from the Broida family News, Volume 1, Number 1, Page 2, Summer 1990, with permission.

Broida Family, Green Family (Click for Family Tree)

Bess (Green) Broida (1891-1978) was the daughter of Abraham M. Green and Rose (Brave) Green. She was a good cook and a number of her recipes are still enjoyed regularly by her descendants.

Bess Dorothy (Green) Broida in Westinghouse Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 18 March 1923. Family photo.

The above recipe was published during the summer of 1990 in the first edition of the Broida Family News (BFN). This newsletter was edited by myself, so we will be bringing back some of the BFN articles for our younger generation to enjoy.


Notes, Sources, and References: 

  1. Broida Family News, Volume 1, Number 1, Page 2, Summer 1990, self-published.
  2. Photo from family treasure chest.


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