LifeStory

Rosalie Waldman


She was a devoted wife...





An incredibly loving, energetic, selfless mother:







She was a talented musician. Here she is playing Where or When in later years.




She was an extraordinary cook and cooking teacher.  Here she is in a video made by her nephew Joe. It became a YouTube sensation with the title, "Aunt Rosalie's Perfect Matzoh Balls"



Some of the YouTube comments:

Ghost girl385: She is so sweet, I just bet that her cooking is simply wonderful, wish I could meet her !!


Nick Kaplan7:  3 Decades of cracking eggs on the edge of the bowl and getting shell in the mix comes to an end! Cracking the egg on the flat surface is brilliant and works like a charm. Thank you Aunt Rosalie!


cheapnonsmoker1: Oh god this lady is so wonderful. I love the part when she says "such a shame there's no smell-a-vision" and then smiles into the camera. I pray to god that she is still with us. What a lovely lady...


Carol English: you are so beautiful! I love how you demonstrated how to make your matzo balls and your piano playing.i wish u were my Auntie


asa7: Shalom Aunt Rosalie Please please please make more videos !!! Your one of the best on Youtube, a total delight to watch .


Debbie Deal1: Rosalie, what a lovely person you seem to be. Multitalented-a cook and an entertainer! I really enjoyed your video!


debrabelz: Perfect. Every detail. Who knows where or when, beautiful too. Best face too. Thank you.


timitzer: What a great lady, I just want to hug her!


rmadelsonn:  My wife is sick so I'm making Jewish penicillin for her. I LOVE Aunt Rosalie. Now THAT'S a woman. Beautiful.


Barbara D: Oh, what a sweet beautiful auntie. I love her recipe.


Starr M Curry: What a delightful blessing to see such a beautiful lady! Yum yum, on the soup! Thanks for sharing and Shalom shalom.


Mike Burg: Yum! On it Aunt Rosalie! I am making these today!!! Thank you for the love and passion for Matzoh! Keep on living your dream!


Sharyn Burns: That was wonderful!! My dad was a musician and used to play that on the piano when I was a kid growing up. My mom used to sing it while cooking. You are lovely and thank you so much Aunt Rosalie for the great matzo ball recipe. Hope I catch you again. Many thanks. :}


Sally Johnson: Rosalie, what a star you are! I can't wait to make these. I'm glad I watched it all the way through so I caught the special performance at the end.


Valeria Conforti: ahhhhhhh, sweet lady i really enjoyed your video. I'm going to look for one of those hand mixers. Gee i hope I can find one, somehow i think it would come in useful for many receipies. Great choice of music but nothing beats your finale' ;) Keep up your good work........from an italiano fan!! 





Rosalie Waldman
Memorial
  • born

    Nov 7, 1922

  • died

    Aug 28, 2020

Rosalie Waldman
Memorial
  • born

    Nov 7, 1922

  • died

    Aug 28, 2020