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Appreciating the many quirks of Passover

Published: The California Aggie. April 12, 2017. View here.

As the sun goes down and the first night of Passover begins, Jewish people everywhere try to convince themselves that the next eight days will not be as terrible as they remember. 941 more words



“If you live in New York, even if you’re Catholic, you’re Jewish.” – Lenny Bruce 

They say hindsight is 20/20. And to the best of my knowledge, this is true.

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Life Stories


This week Pegman takes us to Poisson-Blanc, Quebec, Canada.

Feel free to stroll around the area using the Google street view and grab any picture you choose to include in your post. 276 more words

Make Every Word Count

Monsey Man Renounces Judaism While Viewing Stained Glass Windows

“I was overcome, actually,” said Seth Lustig, a previously-Jewish man from Monsey, New York, who urgently converted to Catholicism while taking his daughter Chaya to visit a New England-based college. 92 more words

Gefilte Fish, the Good Kind

Tonight the husband served me some delicious gefilte fish. The good kind. You may ask, what is the good kind? Is it Rokeach? Is it Manischewitz? 360 more words

Gefilte Fish in the Instant Pot

I have been making gefilte fish from scratch for years, but only make it twice a year. Rarely do I buy the pre-made frozen logs, though I like to have one on hand in the freezer “just In case”. 332 more words