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Shavuot: (lit. “weeks”) The one-day holiday (two in the Diaspora) commemorating the Giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. This late-spring holiday commences on the fiftieth day (the morrow of seven “weeks”) following the second day of Passover.
And How Is Shavuot Celebrated?
The Torah was given more than 3,300 years ago. Every year on the holiday of Shavuot we renew our acceptance of G‑d’s gift, and G‑d “re-gives” the Torah. Learn how to celebrate this special holiday . . .
The celebration of the giving of the Torah
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I never really understood the whole jalapeno popper thing until I needed 2 jalapenos for a recipe but could only find them locally in packages of 20. I know they are traditionally filled with cream cheese and often fried, but I've done a baked version wit...
Many reasons are suggested to explain why we eat dairy foods on Shavuot. Of all the classic reasons offered, the one that appears to be the simplest is strangely absent. This class will explain why, and in so do doing will address the great mission of the...
I know “the only lasagna recipe you’ll ever need” is a tall claim, but it has been unanimously voted best lasagna by everyone who’s tried it, including about 40 people last Shavuot, so I’m sticking with it. It does have more steps than a lot of other reci...
Every year on Shavuot we renew our acceptance of the Torah, and G‑d “re-gives” it to us anew.
The holiday of Shavuot is almost upon us, when we celebrate the giving of the Torah by hearing the Ten Commandments being read in the synagogue. Some of the customs specific to this holiday include decorating our homes with greenery and eating dairy foods...
Allow me to clarify: there is nothing healthy about this recipe. So don't eat it every day. But do make it for a special occasion. Like Chanukah. Because it's delicious. And it checks the "fried" box and the "cheese" box. And just look at that oozy meltin...
When you're using tomatoes in season, they need very little dressing or accompaniment. Caprese salad is a wonderful way to showcase their beauty and depth of flavor. Traditionally caprese salad (which is Italian) is just tomato, fresh mozzarella and basil...
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