The most intricate -and the most delicious! – part of every Jewish holiday menu, and definitely the New Year menu, Gefilte Fish.
Which teenage love story has become proverbial, portrayed on stage and on the movie screen, rendered into an opera and a ballet? Romeo and Juliet, you say? You’ve seen too much of Leonardo di Caprio, Beautiful People! Those kids have got nothing on my grandparents, whose love story that lasted for 60 years starts in Part 4 (click forPart 1,Part 2,Part 3,Part 5,Part 6,Part 7).
This song will help to put you in the matchmaking atmosphere of a shtetl (small town) more than 100 years ago:
Coming up on our holiday table, following the appetizers, is the most famous of all traditional Jewish dishes, Gefilte Fish.
How do you recognize a Jewish fish? It swims with a carrot in its mouth. I think this joke is older than the gefilte fish itself. In truth, even though eating fish on
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