Monthly Archive: February 2014

Stuffed Eggplant 0

Stuffed Eggplant

Another recipe from the Oorah Shmorg cookbook. Ingredients: 1 large eggplant 1 small zucchini 1 carrot 1 onion 1 pepper 1 large can of tomato sauce 1/2 cup water salt, pepper and preferred spices...

Parshas Pekudei: Do You Have the Time? 0

Parshas Pekudei: Do You Have the Time?

“Moshe erected the Mishkan, placed its sockets, put up its planks, put in its bars, and set up its pillars.” (Shemos 40:18) In discussing the erection of the Mishkan, the Seforno (1475-1550) explains that...

Jewish Jokes for Parshas Pekudei 1

Jewish Jokes for Parshas Pekudei

THE CLOTHING MAKES THE MAN In this week’s Torah portion, the Torah discusses the special clothing that is worn by the kohanim, the descendants of Aaron. In the times of the Mishkan (Tabernacle) and...

Pareve Cholent 3

Pareve Cholent

Cholent is most often made with meat, but you can make it pareve too. This recipe will feed a crowd. Ingredients: 1 bag cholent beans 1 bag barley 2 medium onions 3 medium to...

Moroccan Chamin (Sephardic Cholent) 0

Moroccan Chamin (Sephardic Cholent)

Enjoy the flavors of the Mediterranean part of the world with this authentic Moroccan recipe from Mrs. Eva Tchiprout of Toronto. Ingredients: Mini redskin potatoes, 4-6 per person, peeled Cheek meat or cholent meat...

Basic Cholent 1

Basic Cholent

The thing about cholent, the traditional Shabbos morning stew, is that you can really throw anything in the pot and it will still be delicious. Everyone has the style they love: some shudder at...

Jewish Jokes for Parshas Vayakhel 2

Jewish Jokes for Parshas Vayakhel

BUBBY’S BEANS This week’s Torah portion discusses the holy day of Shabbos. On Shabbos, we eat many traditional Jewish foods. My personal favorite is cholent. Cholent is an incredible mix of all types of...