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Allergies Abroad

I haven’t posted in ages but I just got back from holiday in Malta and they were great with allergies so I know lots of people have been asking about it so thought I’d blog it. 338 more words

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Post 93: Livestrong: Jumping with a weighted rope

Weighted Jump Rope Vs. Speed Rope

Last Updated: Jan 28, 2015 | Livestrong By Jeremy Hoefs 821 more words

Flour-less Dark Chocolate Espresso Cake

Happy Sunday readers! I know I’ve been a bit radio silent on you and it’s because spring is (sort of) here and there are lots of changes about! 1,078 more words


Post 92: Return of Tekhelet Dye Revives Lost Mitzvah: http://www.jewishlinkbwc.com/index.php

Feeling Blue, in the Biblical Sense: Return of Tekhelet Dye Revives Lost Mitzvah


Baruch Sterman (left) and Joel Guberman, two founders of the Ptil Tekhelet non-profit, at the tekhelet factory in Kfar Adumim, Israel. 1,031 more words

Smoked Salmon Salad Sandwich on Challah

I finally accepted that I am fated to not have a dry weekend for my husband to till my garden for me.  I have an irrational fear of the using roto-tiller, so I picked a dry weekday and decided to hand till (yes, using the hoe) the area I needed to get my early plants and seeds in.   280 more words


Passover Drinking: A Mixological Journey from Egypt to the Promised Land

Must the gastronomical superstars of Passover forever be the traditional dishes? Tzimmes, kishke, Matzah ball soup, gefilte fish, horseradish, karpas, chopped liver, Moroccan spiced short ribs (I have Sefardi friends) and, of course, plain old matzah have earned their rightful places on the list of beloved holiday foods. 1,061 more words

A Trip an Irish Pub in the Heart of Jerusalem

I usually spend every Sunday night in the center of town in Jerusalem, and finally tried out O’Connell. They serve over 40 types of Irish whisky there so it was pretty impressive when it came to the drink menu. 273 more words