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Why Do Jews Drink On Purim? – Rabbi Yom Tov Glaser


Aish Hatorah’s Rabbi Yom Tov Glaser discusses the reason why Jews drink on Purim, and the intention one should have when drinking to fulfill the mitzvah of Ad D’lo Yadah.

Purim is more than a mere excuse to dress up and have a little drink, it is a day dedicated to mentally shedding the facade of separateness between man and his fellow, between Hashem and His creation. It is a day to embrace the unity of reality, to unify as a people and acknowledge that Hashem is One; that there is nothing within existence, nor beyond existence other than Hashem. We try to tap into experiencing this Ultimate Oneness by masking our physical identities, the part of our self that suggests that we are separate than our fellow; and by drinking, thus blurring our preconceived opinions about the separation within the world and allowing us to be more receptive to experience the ultimate Divine Oneness of the reality that we live in on this holiday of Purim.

“When you’re feeling far from God, it’s not God who moved.”
God is only as close as we let Him in to our lives.

Website: http://SinaiSpeak.com

How to Make Homemade Hamantaschen for Purim [HD] | איך לאפות אוזני המן לפורים


This simple how-to video will show you how to make and bake your very own homemade kosher “hamantaschen” cookies for purim. All you need is some sugar cookie dough, a rolling pin, baking paper, assorted preserves (not jelly) or other filling of your choice, some flour, and an oven. Roll out the dough into thick patties, use a glass to cut out circles, then place the filling in the middle, after which you can space them out on a cookie sheet and bake them until they are light brown. Enjoy and don’t forget to let them cool down before storing or eating them!

The recipe used was from Sharon’s Sweets.

וידאו פשוט יראה לכם כיצד להכין ולאפות אוזני המן לפורים. כל מה שאתה צריכים זה רק קצת בצק סוכר, מערוך, נייר אפיה, ריבה או מילוי אחר של הבחירה שלכם, קצת קמח, ו תנור. מרדדים את הבצק קציצות עבות, השתמש כוס לחתוך עיגולים, ומניחים את המילוי באמצע, לאחר מכן תוכל שטח אותם על נייר אפייה ואופים אותם עד שהם בצבע חום בהיר. תהנו ואל תשכחו לתת להם להתקרר לפני שתאחסנו או לאכול אותם!

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Hummus Lina Jerusalem חומוס לינא בעתיקה

Joy of Kosher  Summer Recipes

The Best Gefilte Fish Cake Recipe


This kosher for Passover gefilte fish recipe is so good you will want to make it all year. It is a fantastic way to change up your jarred gefilte fish.


Jewish Recipes: http://www.jewishrecipes.org

Italian Jewish Cooking Traditional Recipes and Menus Edda Servi Machlin


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Italian Jewish Cooking Traditional Recipes and Menus Edda Servi Machin

Street Food in Israel


Street food is enjoying a revival around the world … and the Israeli street is packed with mouth-watering morsels.

If you enjoy food, then in Israel you don’t have to splash out on expensive restaurants, instead you can enjoy one of the many inexpensive eateries that line the streets of the country’s cities and towns.

Fresh, authentic and quintessentially Mideast fare is on offer — from falafel, deep-fried balls of mashed chickpeas, fava beans and herbs; to shwarma, slices of turkey, chicken or lamb shaved off a huge slab of meat rotating on a big spit; or hummus, a spread made of crushed chickpeas, tehini sauce, lemon, olive oil, salt and garlic.

For the connoisseurs, there’s also sabich, a sandwich made of fried eggplant, hard-boiled egg, salad and a mango pickle; shakshuka, a pan-fried casserole of poached eggs and spicy tomato sauce; or bourekas, pastry dough stuffed with mushrooms, mashed potato, spinach or cheese.

In an age when fast food has become synonymous with junk food, Israel’s street food vendors are proving that fast food doesn’t have to be tasteless or unhealthy.

Kosher Food – more than just Jewish cuisine


Kosher Food is the fastest growing brand of quality right now – growing at a rate of about 20% per year, with most of its consumers being non-Jewish. If you’re vegan, vegetarian, someone who wants clean, ethically processed meat and poultry, or looking for dairy or wheat free products, Kosher food is for you!

Artichokes Jewish-style ( carciofi alla giudia ) – Italian recipe


The artichokes Jewish-style (carciofi alla giudia) is a traditional recipe from Rome, that greatly enhances the flavor and taste of the artichoke! Find this and many more recipes on the Giallozafferano App in English http://itunes.apple.com/app/giallozaf…


Today at the market I bought these beautiful globe artichokes, Romanesco variety, and I want to make a traditional recipe of the Roman-Jewish cuisine: the artichokes Jewish-style. Let’s make it together!
Ingredients for 4 servings:
Artichokes Jewish-style
(4 servings)
• 4 globe artichokes (Romanesco) • 1 lemon
• salt and pepper to taste
• 3 pints (1 ½ lt) of extra virgin olive oil
The first and most important step of this recipe is to clean and cut the artichokes: take a bowl of cold water, cut and squeeze a lemon, but, before that, rub your hands with it: as you all know, cleaning artichokes make your hands turn black, so the lemon will help save your fingers! Squeeze and mix the juice with the water, in which the artichokes will be soaked, to prevent them from turning brown as well. Add the squeezed lemon, too… and now, let’s start: get hold of a paring knife like this, but before that, pull off the tough outer leaves of the artichokes, until you get to the tender ones. When the base of the leaves is lighter in colour, that is the edible part, so you can stop. Take the paring knife, with a curved blade … and make a horizontal cut, to remove the upper half of the leaves. As you can see, you can rotate the artichoke with one hand and cut the leaves with the other one… and work your way to the centre. It looks like a rose bud. At this point, the artichoke is ready, you just need to cut off the bottom of the stem, if it’s too long, and remove the scales at the base, along with the fibrous outer part of the stem. Now the artichoke is perfectly cleaned, so plunge into the water, which has been acidulated with lemon juice, and let it sit for at least 10 minutes, perhaps using a plate to keep it down, and repeat with the remaining artichokes.
After 10 minutes, take the artichokes out of the water and place them upside down to drain. Now beat them one against the other to remove the excess water and open the leaves a little. Pat them dry… in the meantime, heat the oil, it has to be olive oil, to about 300°F (150°C), so it should be hot, but not too hot; you may also use a deep fryer. Here we are, the oil is at the right temperature, so add the artichokes… and allow them to fry for at least 10-15 minutes, it depends on the size of the artichoke; as you can notice, this recipe calls for a large amount of oil, because the artichokes should be submerged; if they’re not completely covered, like this one, you can turn them over occasionally.
It’s time to take the artichokes out of the oil; to test for doneness, insert a fork into the bottom of the artichoke: if you can pierce it easily, the artichoke is done and ready to be drained. Now let them cool.
Take the cooled artichokes and pull the leaves apart to expose the centre; as you can see this artichoke variety has no thorns and no hairy choke, otherwise they should be removed during preparation. Now season the inside with salt and pepper. Then deep-fry again for a couple of minutes, to make them more crispy. At this step, some people sprinkle the artichokes with white wine or water. Now drain the artichokes… and repeat with the others.
While you are frying, drain the artichoke leaves with a slotted spoon, they taste like potato chips, so they are excellent to eat! Now let’s see if they taste as good as the original ones… yes, they do! Enjoy your carciofi alla giudia!

ליצן מבצק סוכר – איך ליצור קאפקייקס שוקולד מיוחד לכבוד פורים


http://www.tikita.co.il/sugarclown ליצן מבצק סוכר – סדרת סרטונים ללימוד עבודה עם בצק סוכר לילדים ולמבוגרים. בסרטון הזהhttp://youtu.be/3XTLsArK0Fk מראה שני צולפה איך לקשט מאפינס שוקולד בעזרת בצק סוכר וטוש אכיל לכבוד פורים. אפשר גם לקשט בעזרת הליצן קאפקייקס שוקולד ועוגת יום הולדת צבעונית ומיוחדת. כנסו לאתר תיקיתה להדפסת ותמצאו מתכונים לקאפקייקס שוקולד ולעוגת שוקולד פרווה אותה תוכלו לקשט עם מגוון קישוטים מבצק סוכרhttp://www.tikita.co.il/sugarcakes4u

טיפ לפורים – הכנת כוסות לחיים משוקולד


איך להכין כוסות לחיים משוקולד, שלב אחר שלב, ולהשתמש בהם לעיצוב אוירה

Les Juifs Tunisiens de Belleville


La Goulette sur Seine, à Belleville dans le 20ème arrondissement de Paris, bienvenue chez les juifs tunisiens

Kosher Revolution’s Geila Hocherman Makes Hamentashen


Kosher Revolution author Geila Hocherman, teaches how to make hamentashen, not the run of the meal, horrible tasting ones, rather her innovative fillings are the stuff legends are made of!

Learn and Live – Purim for Children in Israel



27.02.2014  Culinary Art by Sarah Liberman  

Happy Purim !


Learn about Purim and where to get the best Hamantaschen in 30 seconds – ! From Delice Bakery . . .

Making Hamantacshen part 1 להכין אוזני המן לחג פורים.mp4


Cuisine Juive Tunisienne – – La Pkaïla – Tajine d’épinard et haricot blanc


La Pkaïla est un tajine vert, à base d’épinards confits et de haricots blancs, on le mange traditionnellement avec de la semoule de couscous, c’est un régal !.
Ce jour là, évitez d’avoir un emploi du temps trop chargé après le repas quand même, c’est une cuisine riche et un plat d’hiver très adapté, bien qu’on le mange chez nous en toutes saisons 🙂
Bon appétit !

Cuisine Juive Tunisienne

c’est casher!


du faisan ,de la sauterelle etc.. un repas casher organisé a Jérusalem pour redécouvrir des gouts perdus !!!

JN1’s Ron Jacobsohn reports from the opening recption of the French Culinary Week


Ron Jacobsohn, JN1 Israel Correspondent, Jaffa
Nineteen of France’s top chefs have arrived in Israel to cook with nineteen local chefs contemporary French cuisine in six cities, from Beer Sheba in the south to Nazareth in the north, in the week long festival called: So Frenchy so Tasty.

The French Ambassador to Israel, Patrick Maisonnave, claims the massive investment by the French government in cultural events in Israel has nothing to do with the state of the Jews in France.

Hamentaschen Cookies


Recette de Baklava ou Baklawa – 750 Grammes


Le baklava c’est un peu le mille-feuille oriental ! Une couche successive de pâte filo et de beurre, superposées et un mélange de fruits secs, le tout relevé de fleur d’oranger ou de rose… Un délice à partager !

Une recette proposée par Chef Damien et Nadia du blog ‘Paprikas’ pour 750 Grammes.

Ingrédients pour les Baklavas :
20 feuilles de pâte Filo
150g de pistaches
100g de noix
200g d’amandes mondées
3 c à s bombées de sucre glace
1 c à s d’eau de fleur d’oranger

Wine Jerusalem 2014 – Kosher Wine Expo | תערוכת היין הכשר



Leading up to the wine season before purim and pesach, the annual kosher Wine Jerusalem expo took place at Binyanei Hauma in Jerusalem. Attracting alcohol stores and distributors from around the world, the expo boasted the largest collection of kosher wines in the world under one roof. Wine tasters, connoisseurs, and reviewers gathered to offer their opinions on some of the finest grape products available today on the kosher market. The event, which was also open to the public for a fee, attracted people from across the Jewish spectrum as they explored new wines.

(YWN – Israel Desk)

How to Make Challah Bread


Watch more How to Bake Bread videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/239214-…

Making this braided egg bread from scratch is worth the effort.

Step 1: Mix yeast and water
Mix the warm water, 1/4 cup of flour, and the yeast together in a large bowl, and let it stand for 10 to 20 minutes, until it begins to foam and puff up.

Step 2: Beat in sugar, oil, eggs, and salt
Whisk in the sugar, oil, three eggs, and salt.

You can substitute ¼ cup honey for the sugar.

Step 3: Add the flour
Add in the rest of the flour 1 cup at a time, kneading it in with your hands once the mixture thickens. Knead for about five minutes until smooth, adding flour if it’s too sticky. Put the dough in a clean bowl, cover it with plastic wrap, and let it rise until the dough has doubled in size, about two hours.

Step 4: Punch it
Punch the dough down and transfer it to a lightly-floured surface. Knead for about five minutes, adding flour if needed.

Step 5: Make a braid
Divide the dough into three equal parts and roll each piece into an approximately 9-inch long rope. Braid the three ropes together, and pinch the ends together to seal.

Step 6: Let it sit
Put the braid on a greased baking sheet, cover with a dishcloth, and let it rise until it has doubled in size. The dough should stay dented when you poke it, instead of springing back into place.

Step 7: Preheat oven
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Beat the remaining egg and brush it on the top of the braid. Sprinkle with poppy seeds if you like.
Step 8: Bake
Bake for 30 to 40 minutes until bread is golden brown. Test for doneness by taking it out of the oven and rapping it on the bottom with your knuckles; if it sounds hollow, it’s ready.
If the top is browning too fast, tent it with foil.
Step 9: Enjoy!
Cool at least one hour before slicing. If you have any left over, use it for French toast in the morning!

Did You Know?
Challah loaves are shaped into spirals for the celebration of the Jewish New Year.

מפרום חצילים – ישראל אהרוני


השף ישראל אהרוני מציג לנו מתכון פשוט להכנת מפרום חצילים. למידע נוסף, בקרו באתר מתכון בטוח: http://www.matkon-batuah.co.il/item/%…

Jewish Food Kasha Kasha Recipes Kupecheskaya Russian Jewish

17.02.2014  Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

I have been taking requests for about six months now and doing mostly Asian and Italian cuisines as they are my fave cuisines. The fact is that I LOVE all food and that is why I cook. Last week one of my subbers made a request that I cook some Jewish food. To tell the truth I was stumped by the request because I have never cooked Jewish food. I mean I have eaten matzo ball soup and I make and eat chopped liver and I have eaten at Jewish deli’s but I have never made Jewish food/cuisine. So I did some research and I came up with a traditional Jewish comfort food called Kasha! This week I am going to make the Russian Jewish version of this traditional Jewish comfort food. It is usually called Kasha Varnishkes but in Russian it’s called “Kupecheskaya.” It is a version of Kasha made with onions, garlic, mushrooms and bowtie pasta with the addition of scrambled or crumbled hard boiled eggs. I will be using scrambled eggs as they soak up the flavors of this dish quite well. You can find the exact recipe for this dish on my blog @ http://www.richardblainesezcooking.co

Hamantashen for Hunger 2014


To order Hamantashen from CBS USY, please go to:

Questions or Comments:
Matt Rissien, Congregation Beth Shalom Youth Director: MRissien@BethShalomNB.Org

Izzy’s Traditional Jewish Recipes


Izzy originally from Poland, is an amazing person who spent from age 18 to 24 in German concentration camps doing slave labor, including Auschwitz. Never having had more then a 7th grade education he was liberated in 1945 with nothing more then the clothes he was given, yet he stayed in Germany and became a millionaire there while still in his thirties. In 1964 he came to the US and continued doing business here. Now at 85 he is retired doing the snowbird thing and doing his favorite thing, cooking. Everybody who has tasted his food raves about it, and everyone who knows him thinks he is a real character.
Just for a taste here are his Potato Latkes
available at http://www.simonsezproduction.com and Ebay
This is a 2 volumes, 2 discs DVD of Auschwitz survivor Izzy cooking up a storm in his kitchen. Watch him make Gefilte Fish, Chicken Soup, Lockschen Kugel, Potato Kugel, Potato Latkes, Horse Raddish, Brisket & Veal, Chicken Dish, Matze Brei and Butter Crumb Cake. Everything you need for the holidays. I’ve eaten this food and words can’t describe it. Don’t buy gefilte fish out of a jar make it from scratch, and you’ve never had chicken soup like this before. No wonder Izzy has so much energy at 85. He’s quite a character and fun to watch. This is truly food from the good old days and you can watch it being made. How easy is that to follow?

Now more recipes added: Izzy’s Cookies and Baking Dough, Apple Cake, Goulash, and Cucumber Salad. (The Goulash is my favorite) and really simple to make.

Oznei Haman 01


מיכאלה ותמי אופות אוזני המן ללא גלוטן


למצוא אוזני המן ברשתות ובמאפיות זאת לא בעיה, אבל מה עושים חולי הצליאק שלהם מגוון פחות רחב? פניתי למי שנחשבת לגורו של האפייה ללא גלוטן, מחברת הספר “אפייה ללא גלוטן”, תמי בן דוד שלה גם בלוג קולינרי בתפוז שבו היא מעלה את המתכונים שמותאמים לצרכים המיוחדים גם לה


Chicken Soup cooked by Jewish Bubbie Ruth Zimmer on Loving Spoonfuls


Winnipeg Jewish Bubbie Ruth Zimmer shows David Gale how to make classic chicken soup. From the pilot of Loving Episode.

Kosher Cooking


Jeff and Tara show you how to cook chicken cacciatore–Kosher style.

Jewish Cuisine 2/3


Delicious slow cooked food, warm bread and the famous gefilte fish — the Jewish cuisine is the ultimate comfort food. Learn how to make these mostly Ashkenazi recipes such as the classic Chicken Soup, Gefilte Fish, Cholent, Borscht and the famous Orange and Almond Cake.

Happy Cooking!

(All rights belong to SBS)

Jewish Cuisine 3/3


Jewish Recipe for Shabbat by IsraeliTov : Hamin moroccan style

How to Make Basic Potato Knish Filling and Kasha Potato Filling

26.07.2013 Leah Cooks Kosher

Follow Leah as she prepares the filling for her Knishes

How to make Ultra Fabulous Batter – Fried Chicken


Frying chicken Kosher-style without the greasy mess. Watch Seattle’s top Kosher caterer, Leah Jaffee, make the most mouth-watering fried chicken you’ve ever tasted.

Everyday Kosher Cooking


Everyday Kosher Cooking presents Chaia Frishman (of Fruit Platters & More)

Kosher Honey Chicken Recipe


http://joyofkosher.com/recipe/honey-c… | Jamie Geller from JoyofKosher.com shows you how to make her delicious Kosher Honey Chicken recipe. This easy to make Kosher recipe is perfect for holidays or an elegant dinner party. Jamie Geller is the author of the critically-acclaimed cookbook, “Quick and Kosher: Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing” (Feldheim Publishers, 2007)

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Beignets- juifs de sefrou-marocain Sfinj



הספינג’ של- yaffa banouz -bente sefrou marocmoreshet

Sfenje Moroccan doughnuts / سفنج مغربي Beignets marocains
מתכון: – 1, ק”ג קמח / שתי כפות שמרים יבשים / כפית סוכר / כף ערק / כפית מלח / שתי כפות שמן / כ-3-כוסות מים פושרים +,

אופן הכנה: – את הקמח , השמרים , הסוכר , מאחדים ולשים ביחד לבצק דליל , אוספים את הבזק לגומה אחת בעזרת השמן והמלח ועוד שתי כפות מים ,
לתת לבצק לנוח ולטפוח עד שהוא מכפיל את נפחו כ-שעה לערך , לגלות אותו וללוש שוב , לאחר כ-1/2 שעה אפשר להתחיל במלכת הטיגון, שאת ההליך רואים בשרטון !!!!!

חג חנוכה שמח !!!!!

צולם ע”י –yaffa banouz -054-5913698

OHEL MALKA – Pourim 5771


L’association a distribué 275 repas pour le Michté de Pourim 5771.
Un repas comprenant : Pains, riz, Pommes de Terres, viandes, Schnitzel, Salades, friandises et jouets pour les enfants.

איך להכין כדורי שוקולד טבעיים שילדים אוהבים


Our Mother’s Recipes – Noodle Kugel


Get the recipe for The Best Ever Classic Jewish Noodle Kugel at See how to.

This is the second video in the Our Mothers Recipe series with Dorene Sager and Armin Feldman. They are demonstrating their mother’s recipe for noodle kuge.

Jamie and friends make an easy classic Kosher Spinach Noodle Kugel, the ultimate in Jewish food. Get the recipe here

Watch more Happy Hanukkah videos: People of any faith can prepare this fanta.

Watch me make noodle kugel and explain how to make it healthier! Here is the recipe for my kugel!

Happy Hanukkah from The Sam Livecast! We’re making a strangely delicious Noodle Kugel dish. It’s egg noodles but sweet. It has cottage cheese but is amazingl.

To view the next video in this series click: This video will show how to mix the ingredients for noodle kugel.

Order it online now! Michael, King and owner of Kosher Kingdom, shares his recipe for sweet noodle .

It’s easy. It’s tasty. It’s a traditional family recipe for the holidays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. Now you can make Noodle Kugel! BTW.recipe uses an .

Jspace Food tells you how to make a savory noodle kugel, the perfect side dish for any meal! Find more recipes, tips and tricks for the Jewish kitchen at htt.

Kosher Deli Restaurant in White Plains New York. Making noodle kugel.

Denison’s Cross-Cultural Community is proud to announce the first annual International Food and Culture Festival! Inherent to one’s migration is the movement.

Get the App from Google Play: ☆ Kitchen Cat ☆ Apple Noodle Kugel Recipe. A recipe from the KC Des.

To view the next video in this series click: This video will show how to bake noodle kugel.

Get the App from Google Play: ☆ Kitchen Cat ☆ Apple Lokshen Noodle Kugel Recipe. A recipe from th.

Our Pineapple Noodle Pudding is a tropical twist on the original Eastern European dish known as kugel. Serve this warm or chilled for brunch or dessert and.

Jodie enjoyed her dinner last night – especially her noodle kugel from Aunt Joan – she had 2 helpings.

it tasted good,, i couldnt finish it all! mirracle noodles 100 g eggwhites 1 apple, chopped sweetener which bakes good cinnamon 0 cal non stick spray for loa.

This Philly Noodle Kugel is a great side dish that compliments any meat, fish, or poultry entrée. Serve either warm or cold. Whether you are traditionally Je.

This easy basic potato kugel recipe is a traditional baked Jewish casserole, served as a side dish. Moist on the inside and crispy golden on the outside it i.

12 oz wide egg noodles, cooked 4 min. 16 oz sour cream, 16 oz farmer’s cheese, 6 eggs, 1/4 c brown sugar, 1/8 tsp nutmeg, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp salt, bla.

Many people are unfamiliar with kugels, which are baked puddings associated with Eastern European Jews. They typically feature ingredients such as rice, nood.

I’ve finally got my act together to provide you with my families traditional holiday dish after years of being asked what is it and how do you make it. Enjoy.

| Jamie Geller from Kosher.com shows you how to make her simple and Kosher Cran-Apple Crunch Kug.

Le Nougat

Voici une recette de pâtisserie orientale, qui est originaire d’Algérie, et que m’a transmise Nelly. Elle fait traditionnellement ce nougat lors de Pourim, une fête juive pendant le mois de février. Rien de compliqué à faire pour peu qu’on fasse bien attention à ne pas faire brûler les dattes sur le feu, et qu’on respect le temps de cuisson.
Ce nougat est un régal, essayez le vous m’en direz des nouvelles !
Merci à Nelly T. pour la recette 🙂

Le Roulé brioché “Crunch”special Pourim du Chef Stéphane Laïk

Le Chef Stéphane Laïk vous délivres les secrets de son Roulé brioché “Crunch” au chocolat et noisettes caramélisées ;une recette special Pourim

Ingrédients pour 2 roulés.

4 verres de farine blanche tamisée (600 g)
1 cube de levure fraîche
1/2 verre de sucre (100 g)
100 g de beurre mou
2 œufs de taille moyenne
1/2 verre d’huile de tournesol
1 pincée de sel
Zest finement haché d’une orange ou d’un citron
1 cuillère à café d’extrait de vanille Bourbon ou 1 sachet de sucre vanillé

Les oreillettes de Pourim. Cuisson1

Les oreillettes de Pourim.

Let’s Talk Nosh: Makin’ Hamantaschen


Television chef Jeanette Friedman of ABC’s “The Taste”, let’s us into her world of cooking as she bakes hamantaschen assisted by Folkbiene Business Manager Jill Goldstein with a cameo appearance by Artistic Director Zalmen Mlotek.


Director, Marketing Communications: Christopher Massimine

12 Reasons why we eat Hamentashen on Purim


The history and origin Hamentashen

Cookies are centerpiece of Jewish celebration


Jews prepare to celebrate Purim

Purim Pastry! Hamantashen/Oznei Haman


Baking Oznei Haman/Hamantashen for purim is so much fun. Enjoy!

Recipe from back of poppyseed can!

Making of Bakery Hamantaschen for Purim – הכנת אוזני המן מאפיה לפורים


Our friendly local bakers Guy and Avi at the Yesh Bakery in Modi’in Illit show us how they bake kosher Hamantaschen for Purim in the spirit of the Jewish holiday.


אופים ידידותי שלנו גיא ואבי במאפייה יש במודיעין עילית הראה לנו איך הם אופים אזני המן לפורים ברוח החג.

How to make Hamantashen for Purim


Making Hamantashen

Recette facile חלה “challah” pain traditionnel du Shabbat


Matériel utilisé pour cette vidéo :
Musique titrée “Cafe anatolia I love secret” prise sur youtube
Cette vidéo reflète ma propre croyance indépendamment à la croyance du compositeur de cette musique et de ceux qui l’accompagnent.

Vidéo filmée par moi-même.
Recette facile חלה “challah” pain traditionnel du Shabbat

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