Tisha B’Av is a hard sell to congregants. Is that why synagogues ignore it?
26 Months Post-Bone Marrow Transplant.
Whether you have kids, or just are incompetent at eating spaghetti- like myself, this recipe turns spaghetti into a sliceable and eatable dish for the whole family.
Check out TC Jewfolk’s column for the questions you were afraid to ask in Hebrew school. The first question for Rabbi Zalman? What’s with this sad Tisha B’av holiday? Asks “Jewish Camp Alum.”
I love our food-based religion. Our kitchen? Messy. Our waistlines? Ahem, challenged. But our Judaism? Strong. Because our tummys will never lead us astray.
It’s time for Tisha B’av. A MAJOR sorrowful holiday. Unless you’re the Jewish site Bangitout.com. In that case, Tisha B’av is a perfect opportunity to try out some new Jewish pick up lines…