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Tzimmes with groats and cholent.

Tzimmes with groats and cholent. "Not to eat in Tejsza is as if not to eat at all"

Added 2016-12-19

She gave up her career in a bank and started cooking Jewish cuisine dishes. Her restaurant is located next to a synagogue in Tykocin and...

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Jewish pilot from Jamaica

Jewish pilot from Jamaica

Added 2016-11-16

One gravestone attracts particular attention in Poznań’s Citadel Park. It marks the grave of a British pilot and is the only one marked...

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Jews and Christmas

Jews and Christmas

Added 2015-12-29

As you might expect, Jews have had an interesting relationship with Christmas. For much of Jewish history, the challenges between...

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Understanding of the value of Jewish cemeteries

Understanding of the value of Jewish cemeteries

Added 2015-11-06

Lecture delivered by rabbi Abraham Ginsberg during the Interdisciplinary Conference on Jewish Cemeteries in Europe in Vilnius in...

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Jewish Cemeteries. What Should We Know About Them?

Jewish Cemeteries. What Should We Know About Them?

Added 2015-10-30

WHAT IS A JEWISH CEMETERY CALLED? Jewish cemeteries are known by several names, including, in Hebrew: beit...

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Where are the Most Interesting Succahs?

Where are the Most Interesting Succahs?

Added 2015-09-27

Succahs, constructed for the Succot festival are varied in character. Some are erected just for the festival and then dismantled. Others are...

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Why do we sit in the Sukka on the Festival of Sukkot?

Why do we sit in the Sukka on the Festival of Sukkot?

Added 2015-09-26

The initial reply should be: It all depends whom you ask! Here are a few possible replies: The most...

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Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year in the kitchen with Estera Kafka and Virtual Shtetl

Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year in the kitchen with Estera Kafka and Virtual Shtetl

Added 2015-09-25

On 14–15 September (1–2 Tishri), we are going to celebrate the beginning of the Jewish New Year 5776. There is a number of dishes...

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