Rosh Hashanah Symbolics

It is traditional to eat simanim, auspicious foods at the holiday meal on both nights of Rosh Hashana. These foods symbolize our hopes and prayers for a sweet new year!

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Recipes for The Nine Days

Some awesome recipes for keeping suppers delicious and filing during the nine-day period leading up to Tisha B’Av.

“The Nine Days,” the first nine days of the Jewish month of Av are days of mourning. We are mourning the destruction of our holy temple. During this period, we refrain from eating meat / chicken and drinking wine. The exception to this rule is when meat and wine are eaten as part of a meal celebrating a mitzvah or on Shabbat.

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PB’s Shish Kabobs

Let’s get into the spirit of Lag BaOmer, the 33rd day of the Omer Count—this year, May 9, 2023. Jews light bonfires to commemorate the holiday, continuing a tradition that dates back hundreds of years, and today many people have bbq’s in a local park!

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Yapchik, is a Polish or Hungarian version of cholent, it is a popular Jewish Passover comfort dish. Shredded potatos, flanken, some onions, and spice, what could be better! 

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PB’s Cookie Pie

If you’re in need of a delicious, yet easy dessert for your Shabbos table – or any table for that matter – you’re going to love PB’s Cookie Pie! Just a few ingredients and plenty of ways to customize this simple dessert and you’ve got a tasty treat for any occasion.

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Chocolate Mousse Cups

Recipe By PB Alyesh Prepare the Chocolate Moose:1 Cup of Cocoa½ Cup of Brown Sugar¾ Cup of White Sugar2 Rich’s Whip1 Container of tofutti CC1

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