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Wednesday, July 29, 2020
"One Pot" Meal, Fish and Vegetables
There was a time when I planned on writing a cookbook. I thought of calling it "The Lazy Cook Cookbook," because I don't like complicated food preparation. This "One Pot" Meal of Fish and Vegetables served over simple cooked salad is so typical of the my sort of cooking.
This "One Pot" Meal of Fish and Vegetables can actually look quite impressive if you bake it in a nice dish. The colors can be stunning. Use any of the following ingredients or others. There's no real "right or wrong." Not all the ingredients are included in this version. Please let me know how your version came out, thanks.
fish, filet or whole fish
lemon or just some juice
Layer in your baking dish. To keep the fish moist, cover with onion or squash. Dribble a bit of vegetable oil before baking 190 Centigrade/380 Fahrenheit.
Check that vegetables are soft and fish fully cooked before taking it out of the oven. Enjoy
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Shiloh Hakeduma, Tel Shiloh, Perfect Outdoor Site for All Ages
|Kenes Shiloh #9|
|Rosh Chodesh Av|
As usual it began with an archeological tour of Tel Shiloh. Even this year when the foreign archaeologists and their crews weren't able to dig, there were still home-grown archaeologists, and we got reports.
The second section of the program was streamed online for those who couldn't attend in person. And those of us who did attend had the choice to sit indoors or outdoors.
Rosh Chodesh Ellul will be two days, and I'll publicize exact time etc as soon as we decide, Gd willing.
For more information about Biblical Shiloh aka Shiloh Hakeduma, Tel Shiloh Phone: 02-5789122, Fax: 02-9948011, email@example.com or click here.
Posted by Batya at 7/22/2020 04:37:00 PM No comments:
Labels: Ancient Capital of the Jewish Nation, Bible, Biblical Shiloh, Hallel, Kenes Shiloh, Rosh Chodesh, Rosh Chodesh Women's Prayers, Shiloh Conference, Shiloh HaKeduma, Tel Shiloh
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Rosh Chodesh Av, Women's Prayers at Tel Shiloh
|Please wear masks, thanks.|
Next week is Rosh Chodesh Av. Because of the heat, we'll be starting a bit earlier than usual, at 8:15am. We hope you can join us for our traditional Women's Rosh Chodesh Prayers.
תפילת נשים ראש חודש אב
שילה הקדומה, תל שילה
יום ד' 22\07 8:15 בבוקר
WOMEN'S ROSH CHODESH AV PRAYERS
Ancient Tel Shiloh
Wed. 22\07 8:15am
We sing Hallel out loud together and say the rest of the dovening quietly on our own.
Shiloh Hakeduma, Ancient Tel Shiloh is a beautiful archeological site which interests all ages. You can arrange special tours and more. For more information:
Monday, July 06, 2020
Easy to Make, Healthy Salad, Mostly From Cans
Yes, I call this salad "Easy to Make, Healthy Salad, Mostly From Cans." And it's not an oxymoron.
It can also be titled Corn, Bean and Tomato Salad, Corona Lock-down Recipe #4, because the canned food was delivered to us as part of the senior citizen care package at the height of the corona lock-down. Following are the first three recipes I developed with canned food from the carton:
- Cooking With Canned Beans, Corona Lock-down Recipe #1
- Cooking With Canned Pineapple, "Apple-Pineapple Compote," Corona Lock-down Recipe #2
- "Sauerkraut Salad," Corona Lock-down Recipe #3
This salad is also a great vegetarian-vegan "one pot meal." It contains protein plus raw and cooked vegetables. Of course you can substitute different types of beans and vegetables and add more fresh salad. Just looking at it you can probably guess almost all of the ingredients:
canned cornYes, that's it. Think of the recipe more as inspiration than an exact recipe. Try it, and tell me how yours turned out and how you varied it. Enjoy in good health.
canned white beans
coarsely ground pepper
dressed with a bit of olive oil and lemon juice
Thursday, July 02, 2020
FINALLY! The Pool is Open
That's how I felt after 50 minutes activity in the local swimming pool. Our usual summer pool season is three months, but this year we had a late start. That's because all the government corona COVID-19 restrictions had our local council in a tizzy. They were too afraid of investing money to begin the process of opening the pool. What if the government wouldn't permit pool openings?
The biggest difference is that this year there isn't a kiddy pool, since even in regular, will we ever return to those days, years the kiddy pool is usually an infection problem.
Chlorine is a disinfectant, and the pool is full of it. That's why I'm not afraid to enter the pool. To be extra careful, I'm sticking to the early morning hours.
Our local Shiloh Swimming Pool only has "separate hours," meaning males and females swim at different times. The pool is also fenced in so people can't watch us.
As you can see, I wear a "modest" bathing suit, which doubles as a skin protector.
Actually, the pool opened yesterday, but women's hours were at night. I took a one hour fitness walk, instead of swimming. The water was perfect temperature this morning. I was surprised. It usually takes a few weeks to get so warm.
Thank Gd for the swimming pool. I don't need to go away for a "vacation." My "vacation" is right here in Shiloh.
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