Fried Flounder with New Potatoes

Have patience, Beautiful People! This is the second main course, fish.


A man comes to a Rabbi for an advice. He describes the situation, then relates his wife’s opinion. Next, he reports his father-in-law’s point of view, his brother-in-law’s outlook on the issue, his mother-in-law’s judgement, his best friend’s sage estimation of the matter…

“Wait, Reb Yid, – interrupts the Rabbi,- don’t you have your own opinion?”

“I do, Rabbi, I do! But I disagree with it!”

We have three opinions regarding the traditional dairy meal on Shavuos, not counting the Yemenites who don’t have this tradition altogether.  Some follow the custom of Rama by eating a dairy meal, followed by a meat meal about an hour later, to commemorate a special offering of the two loaves of bread, one made of the last harvest of barley, and the other one of the first harvest of wheat, brought to the Bais haMikdash on Shavuos.  The assumption is that with…

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Hahahaha! Now, I didn’t expect that resolve. 😄 Marvelous meal!

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    1. Thank you so much! I am so glad you like it.

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  2. Wow what an awesome presentation and I too love fish. Great post.

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Kamal, I am so glad you like it!

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      1. Welcome Dolly yes too good

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