My apologies, Beautiful People, to all my followers, as well as to all my blogofriends whose posts usually enhance my daily existence. I am still experiences severe technical challenges, thus I am unable to function on the Internet but for minute bursts. Using one such burst, I am reblogging last year’s Shavuot post which had already been a repeat from a couple pf years before.
Have a joyous Shavuot – enjoy!
Contrary to all other Jewish holidays, when we prepare festive meals that include both fish and meat, signifying rejoicing in His benevolence that grants us abundance, traditional Shavuos table is laden with dairy dishes, from blintzes to cheesecakes, and anything milky delicious you can think of. One of the reasons for this unique menu is explained in this short video.
Shavuos has a very special personal meaning for me. Four years ago, when I lost my father, May His Soul Rest in Peace, I started this blog in order to share with you, Beautiful People, my way of celebrating my father’s birthday. He was born on Shavuos, and for twenty years, after my mother’s passing, May Her Soul Rest in Peace, I would make a birthday party for him by cooking and baking all his favorite Shavuos dairy dishes.
Sadly, tonight, because of Covid 19, it will not be…
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