My grandma gave me her recipe for this family favorite. We always ate this at Hanukkah dinner, but I could really eat it for any meal, anytime!
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New book asks: Could Germany have a Jewish chancellor?
(A huge Menorah at a ceremony marking the Jewish celebration of Hanukkah at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, December 4, 2007. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke) A new novel about a neo-Nazi plot to assassinate Germany’s first Jewish candidate for Chancellor has from Reuters Blogs Read more »
Texas Set to Pass Bill Protecting the Phrase ‘Merry Christmas’ from… Well… No One, Really
Texas Governor Rick Perry is set to sign a bill (HB 308) that will allow teachers and students to say "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Hanukkah" or "happy holidays" without repercussion. Even though no one was ever trying to stop them. The same bill allows fo from Patheos Blogs Read more »
Zlateh the Goat
Setting-In Aaron's village Narrator-It's Hanukkah and the road in the village are usually covered with snow but this year, it was only mild. This caused many peasants to complain because of the bad plantation. (Peasants enter stage) Peasants-What happene from EssayClub.com Read more »
Chocolate Treats For The Holidays
The month of December brings a whole variety of seasonal holidays - Christmas, Hanukkah, Eid ul-Adha, Yule, Boxing Day, Sinterklaasavond, Kwanzaa, and New Year's Eve. Eating and feasting are a traditional part of most of these celebrations. In fact, food from Humanitarian News Read more »
Yo La Tengo plays the hits at the Fillmore, covers Black Flag
The last time I saw Yo La Tengo, on its fabulously gimmicky Spinning Wheel tour, the trio delivered an abrasive, garage-y opening set under an alter-ego, Dump, and closed with a Jackson Browne cover. This past Friday, the band took the Fillmore stage wit from San Francisco Bay Guardian Read more »