Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Almond Pudding | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe

Almond Pudding | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe

Almond Pudding | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe


Take one pound blanched almonds pounded, eight eggs, cinnamon, and lemon rind. 

Beat the eggs for twenty minutes, then add one and one-half cups of sugar gently, and then the almonds; 

Mix all together thoroughly. 

Bake in shallow pans and serve cold.

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Excerpt From The International Jewish Cook Book By Florence Kreisler Greenbaum

The Holiness Of The Hebrew Home

The Holiness Of The Hebrew Home


IT is impossible to describe to those who have not experienced it, the feeling of holy joy which is diffused throughout the humblest Hebrew home by the solemn repetition of acts which in themselves may be regarded as mere customs, without vital connexion with the souls of men. 
And the particular institution in which it is embodied most characteristically is that of the Sabbath. I do not know how it has come about that a ‘Judaic Sabbath’ means a day of austere gloom. 
As a matter of fact, it is the one bright spot in the Jewish life. All is joy and good-humour in the Jewish home on the Friday night, when Sabbath ‘comes in’. I would attribute a good deal of the difference between the Jewish and the Christian Sabbath to the seemingly mechanical difference that the former begins and ends at an hour when its advent or exit can be solemnized by ceremonial. 
It is, indeed, to the Sabbath primarily, and the other home ceremonials which embody the Hebraic conception of the Holiness of the Home, that we can trace the remarkable persistence of the Jewish race through the ages.

THE patriarchal feeling still lingers about his hearth. A man, however fallen, who loves his home, is not wholly lost. The trumpet of Sinai still sounds in the Hebrew ear.

Excerpt From A Book of Jewish Thoughts By Dr. J H. Hertz

Love Never Fails 1 Corinthians 13:8