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Stuffed Eggplant with Lamb and Pine Nuts

Reprinted from Jerusalem, by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi

4 medium eggplants (about 2.5lbs), halved lengthways
6 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1.5 tablespoons sweet paprika… 298 more words


Sukkot: A Jewish Tradition

The change in seasons always brings along new sights and smells, and with those changes in weather comes feelings and memories. The memories may involve fond recollections of family traditions at certain points in the year or holidays. 207 more words


Seeing into the Heart

There are times in life when the dots connect and you can see- truly see- how God really put things together for you so that you would succeed in the best way possible. 628 more words

Inspirational Post

Sukkot 2017

So I promised that I would write about Sukkot, so I’ve finally gotten around to it… I apologize for the long wait.

Sukkot 2017 is the first year in which we’ve ever left our house to celebrate Sukkot! 305 more words


Converging end times prophecies of Orthodox Jews and Christians

Breaking Israel News (BIN) has always been a source of interesting articles. Published by a group of Orthodox Jews, I find that they have much in common with Christians. 803 more words


Hanukkah's True Meaning Is About Jewish Survival

Alan Avery-Peck
College of the Holy Cross

Beginning on the evening of Dec. 12, Jews will celebrate the eight-day festival of Hanukkah, perhaps the best-known and certainly the most visible Jewish holiday. 961 more words


Homestead Update

I haven’t been keeping up with this blog lately. I have been super busy knitting for my family, and sister who is due to have her first baby in a few weeks, but more on that another time. 98 more words

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