Showing posts with label jblog carnivals. Show all posts
Showing posts with label jblog carnivals. Show all posts

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Ki Tisa Havel Havelim, Losing Count

Cross-posted on Shiloh Musings

Ever since I lost track of the exact count of how many hundreds of Havel Havelim editions have been posted by Jewish bloggers all over the world, I have been naming them after the Parshat Shavua, Torah Portion of the Week.  This week is Ki Tisa,
יב  כִּי תִשָּׂא אֶת-רֹאשׁ בְּנֵי-יִשְׂרָאֵל, לִפְקֻדֵיהֶם, וְנָתְנוּ אִישׁ כֹּפֶר נַפְשׁוֹ לַיהוָה, בִּפְקֹד אֹתָם; וְלֹא-יִהְיֶה בָהֶם נֶגֶף, בִּפְקֹד אֹתָם.
12 'When thou takest the sum of the children of Israel, according to their number, then shall they give every man a ransom for his soul unto the LORD, when thou numberest them; that there be no plague among them, when thou numberest them.
The Parsha starts with counting...  and the great sin of the Golden Calf is because of bad counting... Sometimes relying on numbers can be problematic, so I hope you don't mind that I prefer that we name the longest running Jewish blog carnival, which comes out weekly, after the Parsha.

Havel Havelim is the veteran weekly Jewish blog carnival.  It floats from blog to blog coordinated on our facebook page.  You can submit your articles via blog carnival. Next week and the following week it will be hosted by A Damaged Mirror.  Please share, link, read, comment and join our community.

As has become my custom, I'm just listing the titles which should hopefully get you interested in looking at blogs you may not normally read.

Destroying “Settler’s” Home, Beating up His Wife
Photos of the March to Mevaseret Adumim (E1)
One year ago today… (and milestones)
"The Hope Merchant," More Than You'd Guess
Opportunity or Test?
They stab their rabbis
Settlers Attack Leftists Near Hebron: Oh, Really?
South Florida, Surprisingly Jewish
A Crazy Day, with a "Valentine" from Ricki
Rav Hershel Schachter's Valentine to Jewish Women
USA Broken Promises From Kerry and Obama About Jerusalem
Israeli Knesset – Hadassah Outside and What’s Inside
Sunday Scenes: February 9, 2014
Audio Shiur: Parshat Ki Tisa - How Could Moshe Break the Luchot?
Complete Dedication
Isolating Air Travelers to Israel
A Huge Kindness
Civil Administrations Shows Everyone How Brave They Really are by
Lest We Forget
Moving Towards the Army
Hadassah and Purim Katan
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I'll end with this in Memory of Sid Ceasar, Z"L, hat tip cosmic x

In case you're not yet familiar with it, there's a fourth Jewish blog carnival.  It's monthly and focuses on reviews of Jewish books.  Here's the latest at  Needle in the Bookstack.

And don't forget about the Kosher Cooking Carnival. Please get your links in via blog carnival.  We also coordinate on facebook.

And JPIX appears a few times over the year and is coordinated on the JPiX page.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of jewish-israel blog carnival aka havel havelim using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Saturday, July 20, 2013

Ruti's Havel Havelim, Yes, She Can Do It!

This week's Havel Havelim is on one of my favorite blogs Ki Yachol Nuchal! עָלֹה נַעֲלֶה וְיָרַשְׁנוּ אֹתָהּ--כִּי-יָכוֹל נוּכַל, לָהּ. - "We shall ascend and conquer it, for we can surely do it!"

Ruti has included a fantastic variety of blog posts.  Visit and share; I'm sure you'll find plenty of great things to read.

Next week's host is A Soldier's Mother, another of my favorites.  If you have a link to submit, please send it in via blog carnival.  There's an easy sign up process.  More information including how to volunteer to host can be found on our facebook page.  Hosting is easy, because blog carnival will send you links all set up.  You just have to edit out any spam, add whatever other links you want and some spiel and optional pictures.

There's also the monthly Kosher Cooking Carnival.  It also has a facebook page, where we coordinate hosts, and gets posts via blog carnival.  Next month's KCC is a debut by Culinart Kosher.

If you have any questions about these two Jewish blog carnivals, please contact me, thanks.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

The Av KCC Ouside the Box

Thanks so much to Yosefa for her nice and refreshing Kosher Cooking Carnival.  She did a great job. 

Funny coincidence. We both posted about pickles, but her "Kosher Dill Pickles, from scratch, naturally fermented and full of probiotic goodness" sounds much better than mine.

If you'd like to host a KCC please let me know. They come out weekly on Rosh Chodesh, the beginning of the Jewish month.  Submit your blog article to the next edition of kosher cooking carnival-kcc using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.  We also coordinate on our KCC facebook page.
And don't forget Havel Havelim, which is weekly again.  It'll be hosted this coming Friday or Sunday on Shiloh Musings.  You can submit articles/blog posts from this week via blog carnival.  If you'd like to host an HH please let me know, and Havel Havelim also has a facebook page.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Celebrate July 4? Not Me, But Yes to Yocheved's Havel Havelim and World's Fair Memories

Even when I lived in the USA, I don't remember big July 4th celebrations.  I don't know why.  Though I do have memories of fantastic fireworks displays at the World's Fair.

Well today is July 4, and today Yocheved posted her latest Havel Havelim which is a celebration of Jewish and Israeli blogging which has little to do with the United States Independence Day except for the fact that almost (if not all) the bloggers participating are or once were Americans. 

I can't believe it, but I actually found a youtube of fireworks at the 1964 World's Fair!  Of course, they were prettier and more exciting in my memories, but I do remember them at that location, by water.

Just proof that you can find almost anything on the internet.

Going to the World's Fair was one of my favorite pastimes as a teenager.  I just had to hop on the Long Island Railroad, and within a few minutes I'd be there.  My friends and I always had a good time wandering around at the exhibits, looking at the people, just savoring the atmosphere. Could I even be in the film?

For more information about Havel Havelim and how to and who is hosting, check out, meaning join our facebook page/group.  And submit your posts, or any you find which would suit the eclectic though Jewish and Israeli spirit of the blog carnival via the blog carnival form.  Besides HH, there are two other Jewish blog carnivals, JPIX and the Kosher Cooking Carnival.  Enjoy and join our community.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

JPIX! It's Back!

After a long, long break, JPIX, the Jewish, Israeli blog carnival which focuses on picture posts is back. 

Rush over and check it out.  You're sure to find links to some great posts, full of gorgeous pictures.

If you want to submit to a future edition of JPiX Jewish Photo Bloggers Carnival, the form is on the JPiX page. The next edition will probably be in December 2013. If anyone would like to volunteer to host, you can let Leora know by comment or by the JPiX form.

Leora, thanks!!

PS please don't forget there are two other Jewish blog carnivals, Havel Havelim and the Kosher Cooking Carnival.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

More From The Jewish Blogging World, Let's All Link Up

Here's another round-up of posts from Jewish blogs.  I don't do this sort of post on a regular schedule, just when I feel like it.  It's not a substitute for Havel Havelim, which now comes out monthly or more frequently depending on volunteers.  Yocheved posted one just a few days ago; please read and share Havel Havelim #407.  More information can be found on our facebook page.

Actually I decided to do another of my "link ups" when I ready lady-light's post,  Happiness is a Choice .  It hit the nail of good living right on the head.

And considering that I had just read the bima ima's latest post about Superman Sam, I knew that I had a jblog roundup to post.

Superman Sam pre-bone marrow transplant with friend who has recovered, bli eyin haraa.
Last week we saw visiting relatives.  One of them suffers from celiac and needs gluten-free food.  Chaviva is our local expert on that.

Rafi's Life in Israel promotes going to the Nachal Chareidi army ceremony to show support.  It's today, Sunday, May 26.

I never quite know where my posts are going to take me, even when I compose the title first, It Takes Guts to Be a Leader.

On Thursday I had to rush out of work to get to Jerusalem before the roads were closed to "protect" United States Secretary of State Kerry. I find it strange that he had no compunctions about eating from a Ramallah shwarma place but considered it dangerous to be on the road with people like myself.  Hat tip: Elder of Zyon.

Here's more of Ben-Zion's adventures as a chief rabbi.  Do his "congregants" read this?

Esser Agaroth's post about today's Golden Calf is a must-read.

Read Paula's update, how Friday saves this busy businesswoman, mother, wife, grandmother, neighborhood activist, blogger and more.

The highlight of last week was taking my eldest granddaughter to her very first real show in Jerusalem.

Considering that it's Sunday and I have a very full and busy week planned... that's it!  Please visit and share.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Havel Havelim 2 Ima 2 Seven

Ima2seven is the host of this week's Havel Havelim!  I'm sure you'll enjoy the interesting choice of links she has included.  Please read, comment and share. 

Next week's host is Yocheved at  It's My Crisis and I'll Cry if I Need To.  We coordinators of Havel Havelim had a crisis and Yocheved came to the rescue and offered to host the next one.  We coordinate the premier Jewish blog carnival via our facebook page. That's where you can find out who's the next host, how to send in your posts and even volunteer to host one of our weekly editions.

Thank you ladies, your time and efforts for Havel Havelim are truly  appreciated.  As you know very well, Havel Havelim is a group project, and the group is open to Jewish bloggers all over the world.  The conditions are pretty simple.  We're Jewish, meaning that we don't worship any other G-d, and we support the State of Israel.  Havel Havelim is definitely one of the longest running blog carnivals in the cyber world.  We thank all the hosts and the contributors.

And to others, nu, join us, thanks.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Jblogs' HH Celebrating Israeli Independence Day

Esser Agaroth, worth more than 2¢ two cents, is this week's host of Havel Havelim, the international  Jewish and Israeli blog carnival.  HH appears weekly and floats from blog to blog, with some steering by our facebook page/group.  That's where you'll get information about who's the next host and how to send in your link.  You can also sign up to host an edition of Havel Havelim.  It's a good way to gain exposure for your blog and to meet others.

Last week I hosted Havel Havelim, The Cyber-Threat Edition, so if you missed it, take a look please, and it's never too late to share and comment and visit the blogs included in it.  In the end, we did survive the cyber threats, B"H, just like we've  (meaning the Jewish People) outlived all our other enemies over the millennium. 

Next week's host is ima2seven; please send your links here with HH as the subject, thanks. You can always send in other blog links, too, not just your own.

Havel Havelim isn't the only Jewish-Israeli blog carnival.  There's the monthly (according to the Jewish month) Kosher Cooking Carnival, which I began many years ago after a recipe carnival rejected my post, because their them was pork.  We still exist, which is more than I can say for that blog carnival...

KCC also has a facebook page where you can get the latest news and sign up to host an edition.  You can contribute posts/links about any aspect of kosher food and kosher cooking via blog carnivalIf you have any problems with those KCC links, please contact me at shilohmuse at gmail dot com with kcc as subject, thanks.

Since blog carnivals have nothing to do with clowns and elephants, it's perfectly acceptable to blog about them on Yom Zikaron, Memorial Day for the IDF's Fallen Soldiers and Terror Victims.

יהי זכרם ברוך
Yihi Zichrom Baruch
May Their Memories Be Blessed

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Double "A Penny for Your Thoughts" and It's Havel Havelim Time

Yes, the monetary equivalent in Israeli money of two pennies/cents is Esser (10) Agaroth where you can find the latest Havel Havelim, the  weekly round up of Jewish and Israeli blog posts.

The Esser Agaroth blogger has been keeping the veteran blog carnival Havel Havelim going for a few years now via its facebook page.  That's where you can get all of the latest news re:
  • who's hosting,
  • how to contribute and
  • how to host an edition.
We should all thank him!

Participating in and reading blog carnivals such as Havel Havelim is a safe way of "surfing the net."  And it's also a good way to promote your blogs.

Havel Havelim isn't the only Jewish blog carnival.  There's the monthly Kosher Cooking Carnival, which is posted every Rosh Chodesh, the beginning of the Jewish Month.  It also has a facebook page.

You're all invited to participate in the two Jewish blog carnivals.  Please read them, comment, share, send in links and offer to host, thanks.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Double Rosh Chodesh Adar and 2 Jblog Carnivals, KCC and HH

Chodesh Tov Everyone!

It's Rosh Chodesh (beginning of the Jewish Month of) Adar.  Purim is just a couple of weeks away!  And Passover is a month later.  It's time to celebrate, and I have the two big Jewish blog carnivals, floating internet maagizines,  for you, Havel Havelim and the Kosher Cooking Carnival.

Havel Havelim is weekly and coordinated on our facebook page.  It includes all sorts of blog posts on Jewish and Israeli topics.  I'm hosting next week's edition, and you can mail your link to me.  If you'd like to host one, let us know on thefacebook page

The  Kosher Cooking Carnival is monthly, posted on Rosh Chodesh.  We, too have a facebook page.  In addition I do my best to keep our blog carnival page up to date, and you can send your links through them.  If you'd like to host an edition, contact me.

So, please visit both carnivals and the included posts.  And of course comment and share as much as you can.

Chodesh Tov, may the festivities begin...

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

A Debut Havel Havelim on ThinkJudaism and JBlog News

I'm glad to see that Havel Havelim is being hosted for the first time on ThinkJudaism a blog I must get to know better.

Havel Havelim is the long-running Jewish blog carnival that includes blog posts on all sorts of topics connected to Judaism and Israel.  There's more information on our facebook page.  Next week's HH will be hosted by  Esser Agaroth, to send in your link, click.

I think of blog carnivals as Internet magazines.  There are quite a few on all sorts of topics.  Some are permanently hosted on a specific blog and others float, as I call it.  When I think of the "floating" the song about the floating crap game from "Guys and Dolls" always pops into my head, even though there's nothing illegal about a blog carnival.

There are two other Jewish Blog carnivals, the monthly Kosher Cooking Carnival, click for details, which I coordinate, and JPIX, click for details, coordinated by Leora.  Please participate in them, even if it's only by reading and sharing the links, thanks.

Monday, December 3, 2012

HH by "Seven" and other Jblogging News

Havel Havelim is hosted by Ima 2 Seven this week.  There are some very interesting posts about Israeli politics, morality and making the right choice.  I'm sure you'll find lots to read if you click the links.  Please do and participate in the premier Jewish blog carnival via our facebook pageYocheved hosts next week's HH.

Rosh Chodesh is approaching during Chanuka, and that's when I'll be hosting the next Kosher Cooking Carnival.  Send in your posts via blog carnival or send to me with kcc as subject.  And if you'd like to host an edition of KCC, please contact me, thanks.

For many of us blogging is a lot more than using the internet as our personal "horn."  It's a community or communities of bloggers with similar interests.

And here's a link for an interesting and important article about olive oil for lighting the Chanukiya.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Squeezing Myself Back Into HH Hosting

According to Ya'aqov, this must be #342 of Havel Havelim.  Just doing a quick calculation; it seems like this veteran weekly blog carnival must be about ten years old by now.  It was started by Soccer Dad who hung up his blogging mitts a few years ago.  He passed the buck,  the baton, the torch whatever on to Jack who has been lost in his random thoughts of late. 

Next week's Havel Havelim will be hosted by Chaviva.  To send her a link click here

So the bottom line is that HH is rather rudderless at present, but you can't hold a good blog carnival down...

Here's the spiel:
Havel Havelim is the most veteran of the jblogger carnivals and probably one of the longest running blog carnivals there is. Blog carnivals are like "floating" internet magazines. They float from blog to blog, like "floating crap games," l'havdil.

Havel Havelim, the international jblog carnival, was established by Soccer Dad, and is now run by Jack. The term “Havel Havelim” is from Kohelet, Ecclesiastes, which was written by King Solomon, who built the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and later on got all bogged down in materialism and other “excesses” and finally realized that it was nothing but norishkeit, “havel” or in English “vanities.” I think that King Solomon and his father King David were the original "bloggers." The books they wrote, when you take them chapter by chapter, can easily be described as blog posts. The stones they used to write on made them last, so that we can read them now. I doubt if today's technology will preserve our words for so long.

There are two other jblogger carnivals, the Kosher Cooking Carnival and JPIX which showcase everything about kosher food and picture posts with Jewish themes. If you're interested in hosting a KCC, please contact me, for JPIX Leora and for HH Jack.
Blog carnival has been limping along, and now for months.  It hasn't been sending out the links to the hosts, but carnival owners can still access the instacarnival, so I still recommend sending them your posts and to be double safe also join the facebook page and find out who's the next host, and then message or email the host.  And who's the next host?  Good question.  But don't let that stop you from sending us links.  Just put hh in the "subject."  I'll post a PS when I get more more news.

And now on with the show!

Let's start with the good news!  A מזל טוב mazal tov to Heshy Frum Satire Fried, who just got engaged!

LadyLight reviews Rabbi Trugman's (of Ohr Chadash) new commentary on the Torah, Orchard of Delights and really enjoyed it.
Shari blogs about her feelings living here in Israel, truth behind the headlines.
Sharon shows us security walls.  Some are even pretty!
Shoshanah complains about difficulties for handicapped olim.  If anyone can help, contact her in the comments.  She also helps needy kallot; read all about it.
Ricki's mom gives us a very important reminderHighly recommended
Read about Miriam's winter gardening.
Susan gives good advice re: antibiotics and the importance of consulting with a pharmacist.
Here's something serious from Jenifer about kids growing up.
West Bank Mama predicts war in Gaza.
It's summer time in Baleboostehland.
Miriyummy blogs about knitting not cooking this time.
Rafi G. lives in Ramat Beit Shemesh, so if you want to know what's happening from a first person perspective, check out his Life in Israel.
Here's a little halacha lesson from Leora and her new Mayor, Gary Minkoff.
I've been trying to make sense out of the new Jerusalem bus routes which aim to get force travelers to take the lightrail.
Seraphic Secret and I both blogged about turbans.  I prefer them, wrapped scarves and kerchiefs, to other hair-covering options.
Love of the Land is a good source for pro-Land of Israel articles.  Here's one by Naftali Bennett.
Elder of Ziyon tells the truth about the fake refugees of 1948.
Ruti hits the perfect note in her article about kol isha, the sound of women's voices.
How's this for a tongue twister? "Risa's red mailbox in Rechovot"
Ima 2 Seven writes of the problem in Nachlaot.
doc writes about a serious problem, choosing a guardian for her child.
Frume Sarah writes about an organization that gives a break to families who have a special needs child, Refua V’Chayim.
Paula writes about Shabbat.  I can't imagine a life without it, even though I wasn't raised with it at all.
The multi-lingual Ilana-Davita gives advice about learning a language.
Shelly's goal is Ahavat Chinan.
Our Shiputzim blogged food while fasting.
Read Pesky's history lesson.
I blogged about how healthy laughter is and the Rebbetzin's Husband wrote about the importance of 8 hugs a day.
My husband criticizes Daniel Kurtzer's policy towards Israel.  He also sees improvement in American policy.
Hadassa's kids are growing up, but she still posted about babyproofing.  Is that a hint?
The bima ima seems too busy reading to blog.
Shirat Devorah bakes challah in memory of her sister.

And let the show go on.  Please share this far and wide and visit all the blogs and comment etc. Thanks to all of you.

Monday, January 2, 2012

Practicing Before Getting Back into the HH Saddle

It has been almost two years since I've hosted a Havel Havelim, so I'm just warming up, practicing. 

Havel Havelim is the Jewish Blog Carnival. What's a "blog carnival?"  I like to describe it like a floating internet magazine.  HH is one of the oldest blog carnivals still traveling the international internet.  It was established/started by Soccer Dad who no longer blogs.  Then Jack took it over, and now it's sort of floundering, so Esser Agaroth's Ya'aqov and I are trying to get it back on track.  That's why he started a Havel Havelim facebook page, which you can join.  Our big question will be how to submit your links so they'll be included in Havel Havelim.  I hope we'll get control of the blog carnival account, so the weekly host can receive the list from them.  So, in the interim, I'm requesting that you send your link to bc and fb message or email the upcoming week's host.  The info will be on the previous HH and on the fb page.  Since I'm coming out of "retirement" for next week, please email me.

So, enough with all the prelude, on with the show!  And don't forget to visit, comment etc all the blog posts included and share this post far and wide. Thanks!

I'm dreading fouling up all sorts of sign-ins because I just got used to 2011 and now it's 2012, but Chavi's happy that she's starting a new year.  The Baleboosteh, the mother of all those gems is raising wonderful children.

Read about Risa's lovely Friday in Rechovot.  I sympathize with Ricki; I can't imagine having to sleep with that thing on my head.

Israel has no peace, not even a cease-fire with its neighbors. Subscribe to QassamCount.

The Elder of Ziyon takes on Ilan Grapel.

Leora's Shepherd's Pie is very different from the one my trekker son and I used to make.  I guess I hadn't blogged about it, but we made one with chopped meat and potatoes and other veggies.

Pesky brings up a good point about the negative side of Jews only coming to Israel when dead, especially when there's no family here. What's the point?

More on the Bet Shemesh and RBS situation by Rafi, who actually lives there.  I wrote about mixed seating on me-ander and what I think of those who are fixated with little girls on Shiloh Musings.

NO, this isn't a Havel Havelim.  It's just a practice to get ready for next week.  Please visit the blogs included and share this around, thanks.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

The Succah Mezuzah, HH #334

To Kiss a Mezuzah came through again with a very timely Havel Havelim.  Susan B. has certainly been doing more than her share to keep the oldest Jewish blog carnival afloat.  Visit and thank her and of course share it and the posts.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Havel Havelim #319 Kisses a Mezuzah

To Kiss A Mezuzah is one of the blogs that has taken on more than its share of hosting the JBlog carnival, Havel Havelim.  As usual, Susan B. has done a great job with this HH #319.

Most probably due to the Shavuot Holiday, many of us blogged less and if like me also forgot to send in links so, this edition of Havel Havelim is a bit smaller than usual.  Quality doesn't need quantity.  There are some really interesting posts for you to read.  And please don't forget to share this HH around.

Have a wonderful week!  Shavua Tov!

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Kosher Cooking Carnival for the Hungry

I'm posting this fifty-eighth 58th edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival on Tzom Gedalia, and I am hungry!

If you'd like to host one, please contact me.  Posts can be sent via blog carnival.  KCC isn't just a kosher recipe carnival. 
  • It includes posts about Jewish Law, concerning kosher food of course.
  • Jewish food traditions
  • History of Kosher food
  • Restaurant and cookbook reviews
  • and recipes, kosher only
Please publicize KCC on your blog, site or just pass around the link.

Here's a listing of the previous editions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, KCC Meta Carnival, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 525354, 55, 56 and 57.  Click on the numbers to check them out.

And here's the latest edition...

Anything Kosher!

Try Angela's chicken recipe.  It looks both easy and special.
Sharon's pictures of the Jerusalem Machane Yehuda shuk on a Friday make you feel like you're there with her.
Leora's potato salad looks so good I'm tempted to break my low-carbohydrate diet!
My drink of choice at HaGov, Jerusalem's Kosher Sports Bar and Grill, is beer, so I'm happy to see that Neil posted a list of kosher beers.
Here in Shiloh, we plan healthy and diet-friendly menus at joyous events like the party celebrating the expansion of our synagogue.
Some people depend on Trader Joe's kosher list. Is that one of the secrets to its success?


Mara's no-bake chocolate pudding pie looks nice and easy.
This parfait is in Miriyummy's post which you must read!  I'd have no self control if let near such a treat.
Even though the Bima Ima is still in the baby business, she's making plans for being a bubbie.  Why not?
The simplest summer dessert is frozen mango!

Every day meals

jay3fer posted a very tempting bread and a pizza.  Try them out.
There's something special about Miriyummy's camping treats.

Diet Food

Keeping the weight off when traveling, the key is in the planning.
Iced Coffee doesn't have to be sweet, even when bought.  Check the menu.

Jewish Shabbat and Holiday Food

David Levy's Stuffed Acorn Squash looks very special.
Here's jay3fer's Grama’s Neapolitan Cake, perfect for a festive dairy meal.

Restaurant or Cookbook Reviews

We had a delicious and fun jblog f2f.
Here are three more New York kosher restaurants to check out.

Traditional Food

jay3fer tells about her Auntie Sally's Challah.
Mrs. S. makes a very tempting chopped liver.
For my son-in-law, the traditional Jewish Holiday meal is freshly cooked over an outdoor fire.  I cook everything in advance like for Shabbat.  Those are the two extremes.  What do you do?

Please blog about this edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival.  Thanks

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of kosher cooking carnival-kcc
using the
carnival submission formOnly kosher recipes will be included.  If the post has nothing to do with kosher, Jewish or Israeli food or blogs, it won't be included.

Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index pageShare  Technorati tags: , .