I don’t know whether I have any Italian heritage, but I’ve always felt strong ties with Florence. Here is a Florentine Chanukkah recipe – enjoy, Beautiful People! Don’t forget, my book Kool Kosher Kitchen is scheduled for release on Saturday, December 16 and available for pre-order on Amazon right now!
The word prompt today is INHERITANCE https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/inheritance/
Tonight is the first night of Chanukkah. I am repeating a Florentine Chanukkah recipe that I published quite a while ago. Happy Chanukkah – enjoy!
I have a long-standing love affair with Florence, Italy. It is my second favorite city in the world, after Yerushalayim, or course, and on par with my native Odessa. Listen to its name – Firenze! – and imagine walking, breathing, eating and drinking art. You are literally walking on art because the streets are paved with stone tablets on which apprentice sculptors practiced their technique. Stone worksheets – and rather than throwing them away, prudent florentines found an artistic solution. Florence, the cradle of Renaissance, where Jews were invited, welcomed, and protected as savvy financial partners by Cosimo de Medici, the famous merchant prince who managed the papal finances.
Since the 14th century, Jews in Florence linked their fortune to the House of Medici. When…
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