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Beginnings and endings Beginnings and endings By Kitchen to Kitchen 09/04/13 20:27 When we first met him, he was about to die. Had he died then, he would have been lost in history, unknown, unimportant and with not a single deed to his name. And here he is about to die again. For real this time. But what a difference 120 years make. There...
Promised land Promised land By Kitchen to Kitchen 07/25/13 11:26 Imagine, if you will, a small house, painted the lightest of greens, built on a hill in the Galil. On your left grows a fig tree with its sweet, perfectly shaped fruit; on your right a grape vine covers a pergola, heavy clusters hanging down above your...
Shavu'ot Shavu'ot By Kitchen to Kitchen 05/23/12 16:00 My oldest child said "Have you noticed that on Shavu'ot, one of the most (if not the most) important holidays in Judaism, when we were given the Torah, which is telling us how G-d wants us to live, we eat dairy? Not brisket. Not chicken. Dairy. Therefore,...
The underground Seder The underground Seder By Kitchen to Kitchen 04/02/12 14:00 Another name for Pesach is the holiday of Passover. Literally, the holiday commemorating G-d passing over the homes of the Jews (identified by the blood smears on the door posts) when smiting every first born in Egypt. Jews are instructed many times to...
It's all matzah to me (a 3 parts prelude to Pesach) It's all matzah to me (a 3 parts prelude to Pesach) By Kitchen to Kitchen 03/29/12 17:49 For the last 5 or 6 parashot, we were flooded with information. Everything is described in minute details. Everything is elaborated upon. It seems as if the Israelite have so much free time on their hands that they can devote endless amounts of it to painstakingly...
Striking gold Striking gold By Kitchen to Kitchen 02/24/12 14:00 This week, my sister is visiting from Israel. She does not eat meat. Or wheat. Or dairy. Or most fruit. She used to be a challenge when we were young and I guess some things never change. What do you feed someone whose list of things-I-can't-eat is basically...
Smoke alarm Smoke alarm By Kitchen to Kitchen 02/10/12 16:33 You know what I'm talking about, right? In this week's parasha there is the description of Ma'amad Har Sinai - the standing at Sinai. Very impressive event. In Exodus 19 (verses 16, 18,19) there are descriptions of the "special effects": loud sounds and...
Eating with the seasons Eating with the seasons By Kitchen to Kitchen 02/08/12 20:30 About a million years ago, when I was studying for my Natural Healing certificate, part of the required reading was a book called "Staying healthy with the seasons". It advocated eating fruits and veggies that were "in season" as opposed to tomatoes in...
Kvetchers Kvetchers By Kitchen to Kitchen 02/03/12 14:21 You'd think the Israelite would be grateful. G-d had just delivered them from 400 years of slavery. He'd performed amazing miracles, punished their oppressors, arranged things so they would leave with tons of gold and silver and other worldly possessions,...
You think chocolate grows on trees You think chocolate grows on trees By Kitchen to Kitchen 01/31/12 22:14 My friend from college, Dorit, used to send us a Tu Bi'Shvat card every year. Only problem was, she did not acknowledge any other holiday (religious or secular) except Tu Bi'Shvat and she called it Arbor Day. Which it is not. I found it all very confusing....
Yam Yam Yam Yam By Kitchen to Kitchen 01/29/12 15:39 I complained before about my husband's habit of buying perishables in bulk. However, this post is not about him (Just don't tell him that. The fragile male ego will never survive the thought that something is not about 'him'). Last week Shoprite had a sale...
 a plague on both your houses "a plague on both your houses" By Kitchen to Kitchen 01/29/12 15:38 There is a curious distribution of plagues this week. You'd think that since there are 10 plagues, and we got so used to thinking about them as one unit, they will all appear in one parasha. Not so. 7 appear in this week's parasah, and the last 3 are kept...
Plague it again, Sam Plague it again, Sam By Kitchen to Kitchen 01/29/12 15:37 (This entry is being posted earlier than planned because someone (and I am not naming names) has been pestering me every day for it and will not wait patiently even one more day. So there.) To remind you, we are still on the "Plagues menu". We have just...

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