10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes

10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes


10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
Blank CookBook To Write Your Recipes - Blank Paperback Writing Journal

10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
Blank CookBook To Write Your Recipes - Blank Paperback Writing Journal

10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
Blank CookBook To Write Your Recipes - Blank Paperback Writing Journal

10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
Blank CookBook To Write Your Recipes - Blank Paperback Writing Journal

10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
Blank CookBook To Write Your Recipes - Blank Paperback Writing Journal

10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
Blank CookBook To Write Your Recipes - Blank Paperback Writing Journal

10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
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10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
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10 Beautiful Blank Paperback CookBooks To Write Your Recipes
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Jews In Mediaeval Rome

 Jews In Mediaeval Rome

IN MEDIAEVAL ROME

IN the whole history of heroism there is nothing finer than the example of the Jews of the Roman Ghetto, a handful of men who for 1,500 years and longer remained true to their own ideals—unmoved and undazzled by the triumphant world-power of the dominant faith; and undaunted

By the torture prolonged from age to age,
By the infamy, Israel’s heritage,
By the Ghetto’s plague, by the garb’s disgrace,
By the badge of shame, by the felon’s place,
By the branding tool, by the bloody whip,
And the summons to Christian fellowship.

Helpless victims of all the horrors enumerated in these burning lines of Robert Browning, these Jews were yet free men. Not a trace of what a modern Jewish thinker—Achad Ha’am—has called ‘spiritual slavery’ was theirs. In all fundamental matters they were totally indifferent to the opinion of those who might torture the body but could never crush the soul.
J. H. HERTZ, 1915.

THE history of the daughter religions of Judaism is one uninterrupted series of attempts to commit matricide.
M. STEINSCHNEIDER, 1893.






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


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Imberlach | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe

Imberlach | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe

Imberlach | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe


IMBERLACH


Take two cups of matzoth flour, one-quarter pound of powdered ginger, mix together with three eggs.


Set this dough aside until it dries. 


Take one-half pound of honey and three-quarters pound of sugar and boil until it gets a reddish color. 


Beat in the ginger and matzoth dough, mix it with honey, set back on stove, stirring constantly; 


When the mixture is thick and a reddish color, place on the board so as to cool; 


Roll and cut in two-inch lengths.



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Excerpt From The International Jewish Cook Book By Florence Kreisler Greenbaum

Stewed Sweetbreads | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe

Stewed Sweetbreads | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe

Stewed Sweetbreads | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe

STEWED SWEETBREADS


Soak one pair of sweetbreads for two or three hours in sufficient warm water to cover them, then drain. 


Put them in a stew-pan, with boiling water to cover them, and then boil gently for seven or eight minutes. 


They are then ready for dressing. 


Lay the sweetbreads in a stew-pan, pour two cups of veal stock over them, add salt and cayenne pepper to taste, and simmer gently for one hour. 


Lift them out on to a very hot dish, add juice of one-half lemon and one teaspoon of potato flour to the gravy, stir smoothly, and boil up, pour over the sweetbreads and serve at once.



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Excerpt From The International Jewish Cook Book By Florence Kreisler Greenbaum

The Second Crusade

The Second Crusade

THE SECOND CRUSADE

IN the year 1146 Israel’s communities were terror-stricken. The monk Rudolph who shamefully persecuted Israel, arose against the people of God, in order, like Haman of old, to destroy, to slay, and to cause to perish.


He travelled throughout Germany to bestow the cross of the crusaders upon all who consented to set out for Jerusalem to fight against the Moslems. In every place where he came he aroused the people, crying, ‘Avenge ye first the vengeance of our God on His enemies who are here before us, and then we will go forward’.


When the Jews heard this, their courage failed them by reason of the rage of their oppressor who sought their destruction. They cried to God, saying: ‘Alas, O Lord God! Behold fifty years, like the period of a jubilee, have not yet elapsed since we shed our blood like water to sanctify Thy holy, great, and revered Name, on the day of the great slaughter. Wilt Thou indeed forsake us for ever and extend Thy wrath against us unto all generations? Shall misery follow misery?’


The Lord heard our supplications, and turned unto us, and had pity upon us, according to His abundant loving-kindness. He sent one of their greatest and respected teachers, the abbot Bernard, from the town Clairvaux in France, after this evil monk. And he also preached to his people according to their custom, crying ‘It is good that you are ready to go forth against the Moslems; but whosoever uses violence against the Jews commits a deadly sin’.


All honoured this monk as one of their saints, neither has it ever been said that he received a bribe for his good service to us. Many desisted from any further murderous attacks against us. We gladly gave our possessions as a ransom for our lives. Whatever was asked of us, silver or gold, we withheld not.


If our Creator in His great compassion had not sent us this abbot, there would have been none in Israel that would have escaped or remained alive. Blessed be He who saves and delivers. Praised be His Name.

EPHRAIM OF BONN, 1180.




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




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Happy Shavuot Festival Greeting Card | Festival Of Weeks | Chag Shavuot Sameach | 10 Free Pretty Greeting Cards

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Making Coffee | The French Method | Delicious Drink Recipe | Time Honored Tips


Making Coffee | The French Method | Delicious Drink Recipe | Time Honored Tips

Making Coffee | The French Method | Delicious Drink Recipe | Time Honored Tips



Take in the proportion of one ounce of the berries to half a pint of water, and grind them at the instant of using them. 

Put the powder into a coffee biggin, press it down closely, and pour over a little water sufficient to moisten it, and then add the remainder by degrees; the water must be perfectly boiling all the time; let it run quite through before the top of the percolator is taken off, it must be served with an equal quantity of boiling milk. 

Coffee made in this manner is much clearer and better flavored than when boiled, and it is a much more economical method than boiling it.


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Excerpt From –  The Jewish Manual Practical Information In Jewish And Modern Cookery With A Collection Of Valuable Recipes And Hints Relating To The Toilette By Judith Cohen Montefiore