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Passover in Exile: Is it Kosher?
What does the bible say regarding this matter? Let us make Teshuvah- we will go back and get it!
Join us tonight for an informative and entertaining discussion on Kosher and Israeli wine. Hosted by Ron, Vice President and General Manager of Florida Estates Wines. Call the show and talk with us on-air (646) 727-3235 or Email the show at email@example.com Your comment/question may be read and discussed on-air!
Ancient Frank Lautenberg has died! Will Chris Christie be able to find a replacement who is left wing enough to fit his standards? Is Senator Geraldo Rivera a sure thing? Weiner isn't kosher! Madonna has claws and a swollen head and her fans think she's UGLY. Pia Zadora arrested for domestic violence! All this and more more MORE!!!
Shifa shares how to infuse your holiday goodies with tasty, satisfying healthy foods, herbs and spices. I love to eat, I'm preparing for our Oneness Wellness Natural Living Holiday Festival. This is when I splurge and help you eat many of the holiday celebration foods you love. Yes! I give you the recipies and ways to prepare healthy, great tasting delights that help you release weight and feel great. www.OnenessLifestyles.com
The Kaifeng Jews are members of a small Jewish community in Kaifeng, in the Henan province of China who have assimilated into Chinese society while preserving some Jewish traditions and customs. Their origin in Kaifeng is a matter of debate.. Kaifeng, then the capital of the Northern Song Dynasty, was a cosmopolitan city on a branch of the Silk Road. It is surmised that a small community of Jews, most likely from Persia or India, arrived either overland or by a sea route, and settled in the city. In 1163 they built a synagogue surrounded by a study hall, a ritual bath, a communal kitchen, a kosher butchering facility, and a sukkah. The synagogue, known as Temple of Purity and Goodness, was destroyed by fire and floods, and restored several times. After an 1852 flood it remained in ruins. It is difficult to estimate the number of Jews in China. The last census revealed about 400 official Jews in Kaifeng, now estimated at some 100 families totaling approximately 500 people. Up to 1,000 residents have ties to Jewish ancestry, though only 40 to 50 individuals partake in Jewish activities. Some descendants of Kaifeng's Jewish community say their parents and grandparents told them that they were Jewish and would one day "return to their land," others are only vaguely aware of their ancestry. Kaifeng Jews intermarried with local Chinese, and are thus indistinguishable in appearance from their non-Jewish neighbors.The one trait that differentiated them from their neighbors was not eating pork.After contact with Jewish tourists, some have reconnected to mainstream Jewry.
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Exotic ice cream is fast becoming a favorite at wedding receptions. And there’s no one better to expound on this trend than Natasha Case of Coolhaus. “Our ice creams are all-natural, they don’t use any artificial ingredients or preservatives, and we use antibiotic- and hormone-free dairy,” she tells Wedding Planning Radio host Jeannie Uyanik. “So we started thinking, let’s partner up with an ice-cream chef, because we make some crazy stuff, like fried chicken and waffles ice cream, and brown butter and candied bacon ice cream. A lot of the development process was trial and error. We were just Googling recipies and tweaking them as we went. Then we just passed the idea on to our pastery chef and told him, ‘Make this happen.’”
The purpose of this show is to introduce a new segment on Simply Steen called "CeliYak". (Yak-Get it? :) )
CeliYak is a platform for people with Celiacs Disease, Gluten Intolerance and other food allergies.
This platform is designed to allow all of those suffering from this conditions the opportunitiy to share their feelings, recipies, "tricks of the trade", and to encourage one another-especially us newbies!
I will also share resourses that I have found and invite various guests and experts in the field on the show for added information and support!
Listen in and invite any Celiacs you know!
Sanctification of the home is a vital area where the woman of the home can make serious contributions. Yahueh has designed the Nation of Yisra'Al to be set-apart nation to show the world how to live righteously and blessed. The building block of every nation is the home. We will examine 5 areas where the woman of the home can help with the endeavor of sanctification.
In the Creator's plan of sanctification of His people is included what we are allowed to eat; i.e. the dietary laws. As we look at these principles we will also touch on healthy eating. Just because something might be biblically kosher doesn't mean it is healthy for you and your family.
Come Home It's Suppertime
Long Lost Lore of Cooking Traditions in 19th Century Kentucky
LaVerne Martin Littleton
As the last of a generation that knew only organic gardens and slow-cooked food, the author tells family stories of daily life and work set against great local events, the Lewis and Clark expedition, Civil War, great flood of 1937, and World War II.
Remembering Grandmother's recipies passed down to Mother to daughter and now to readers all over the world.