Pytsye is a soup from beef feet, served hot with toasts. Pytsye is a poppular Jewish dish served on special occasions.

Soak beef feet in cold water for 2 hours, then scrape clean and wash carefully. Cut up crosswise, pour over cold water and cook for 7-8 hours on low heat. 2 hours before finishing, add onion, carrot, bay leaf, salt and pepper. Strain the broth; remove bones from beef, chop meat finely and add to broth. Stir in sugar, lemon juice and bring to boil. While hot, blend in beaten eggs.
Grease toasts with garlic.

2 kg beef feet.
2 ea onions.
1 ea carrot.
3 ea garlic cloves.
2 ea eggs beaten up.
2 ts sugar.
1 ts lemon juice.
1 ea bay leaf.
3 l water.