I am grateful to our gracious host Renard who published my guest post. This recipe was inspired by a dear blogofriend Jonathan Caswell, a master of limericks. You can read his poem here: https://bythemightymumford.wordpress.com/2020/10/23/spaghetti-squash-ala-caswell
Enjoy, Beautiful People!
When Silas Aaron Hardoon, one of the richest people in Asia, saw the same strange dream every night, in which his late father kept asking him to build a huge synagogue, he became troubled by it. Far from being observant, he nevertheless went to ask a Rabbi – where else would a Jew go when something is troubling him? As the wealthiest person in town, he didn’t go to just any Rabbi, but to the Chief Rabbi of Shanghai, Rav Meir Ashkenazi. “It is clear to me, – said Rav Meir, – that you have to build a synagogue for four hundred people.” “Four hundred! – exclaimed the tycoon, – But we already have two synagogues, and between you and I, Rabbi, there is barely a minyan (ten Jews required to complete services), other than on High Holidays. Why do we need such a mammoth building?” “Four hundred, – repeated…
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