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Old September 22nd 06, 11:53 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
Cheryl Isaak
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On 9/22/06 9:33 AM, in article
[email protected], "Mirjam
Bruck-Cohen" wrote:


To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767

mirjam

Haifa the Beautiful City of Israel.

www.fibersiv.israel.net




And the same to you - Shana Tova!

Cheryl


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Old September 22nd 06, 01:45 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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On 9/22/06 7:08 AM, in article ,
"lucretia borgia" wrote:

Cheryl Isaak ,in
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On 9/22/06 9:33 AM, in article
[email protected], "Mirjam
Bruck-Cohen" wrote:


To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767

mirjam

Haifa the Beautiful City of Israel.

www.fibersiv.israel.net




And the same to you - Shana Tova!

Cheryl

I thought it was September 23 ???

Starts at sundown on Friday, 9/22.


Cheryl

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Old September 22nd 06, 01:57 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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On Fri, 22 Sep 2006 06:33:23 -0700, Mirjam Bruck-Cohen
wrote:


To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767

mirjam

Haifa the Beautiful City of Israel.

www.fibersiv.israel.net



To you too, Miryam!

Sara
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Old September 22nd 06, 02:00 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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On Fri, 22 Sep 2006 11:08:29 GMT, lucretia borgia
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In the US, it is. But all Jewish holidays start the night before, at
sunset. That's why we always (jokingly, of course) called Xmas Eve,
Erev Chriistmas.

Sara
I thought it was September 23 ???


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Old September 22nd 06, 02:33 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767

mirjam

Haifa the Beautiful City of Israel.

www.fibersiv.israel.net




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Old September 22nd 06, 02:35 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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On 9/22/06 6:53 AM, "Cheryl Isaak" wrote:

On 9/22/06 9:33 AM, in article, "Mirjam
Bruck-Cohen" wrote:


To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767

mirjam

Haifa the Beautiful City of Israel.

And the same to you - Shana Tova!


Shana tovah to all, may this New Year bring sweetness to all of our lives,
and some peace throughout the world.

I was thinking about the meaning of the new year - a time to reflect on
things, look forward, think back. We're having something between 16 & 20
people over for holiday dinner tomorrow night. The builder just had a
temporary floor installed in the DR - so tonight DH and I will be moving the
DR furniture back into the DR, the new unfinished (that I'm getting ready to
stain) desk for DH, and cabinets for great room, into the LR, rounding up
every chair we can, doing lots of cleaning. So, I guess my first New Year
efforts will be getting the house cleaned. It's a nice thing - having so
many people together.

We share our holidays with 2 other couples, their children. Have done so
for 21 years - wow. It's an interesting crew - as we tend to invite various
and sundry other friends, colleagues - to join us. This year we've got
another recent college grad (friend of goddaughter), a former colleague of
professor (mother of godchildren, wife of my grad school office mate) friend
(who now just split from wife), a hockey ref colleague of ours who's for the
first time alone for the holidays (and turning 30 on Tuesday - hmmmm - not
toooo old for the goddaughter), the ex-wife (& mother of children) of the
husband in couple 2 (who is coming with wife 2 whom we all adore), the
ex-wife's boyfriend, 2 of their 3 kids (including the typical almost 16 yr
old girl, and the emotionally troubled but not in the arrestable way 20 year
old), the 17 yr old god-daughter 2, the 11 yr old with her own ADHD issues
(looks 13, acts 8), our younger friends with their 9 month old (teething),
and, well, at this point I Have no idea anymore. It'll certainly be
interesting.

Of course - I just got e-mail from the dad in couple 2 - that his kids would
find the proposed stuffed cabbage main course "out there" - so I should make
chicken as well. Guess I'm switching the main course to honey-ginger chicken
or brisket. Did I mention that all our dishes are in storage (except some
corelle)? And now I can't find either chest of silver - but at least we have
the nice set of stainless we splurged on for the new house. So, we're
having the huge dinner - on lovely paper plates - but with real silverware.
And I got the party pack of 18 wine glasses at Costco.

Hopefully no one minds the kind of mess that will surround us in the rest of
the house. And it'll be a memorable New Year celebration. I just wonder who
else might just show - or have I missed inviting someone????

L'shana tova,
ellice

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Old September 22nd 06, 03:20 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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Mirjam Bruck-Cohen said

To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767


Thank you for the kind wishes. May you and your loved ones experience a happy
and healthy New Year.

As a teenager, I hated peeling what seemed like many bags of carrots and sweet
potatoes for tsimmes. My attempts don't come close to my mother's sigh

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Old September 22nd 06, 04:03 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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"Mirjam Bruck-Cohen" wrote in message
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To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767

mirjam

Haifa the Beautiful City of Israel.

www.fibersiv.israel.net



And the very same wishes for you and for everyone.

Lucille







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Old September 22nd 06, 04:25 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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On 9/22/06 10:20 AM, "anne" wrote:

Mirjam Bruck-Cohen said

To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767


Thank you for the kind wishes. May you and your loved ones experience a happy
and healthy New Year.

As a teenager, I hated peeling what seemed like many bags of carrots and sweet
potatoes for tsimmes. My attempts don't come close to my mother's sigh


Ah, I remember those days. In preparation for this weekend, I finally
splurged on a new, large, Cuisinart. My old 7 cup one is packed somewhere,
and y'know - it's so much easier with the food processor (not the peeling,
but the grating, shredding, chopping).

I started doing the cooking with my grandmother when I was pretty young - so
poor mom had the reverse problem as we got older - the request for me to
cook. But, she was a pretty good cook, didn't really like doing it so was
happy for me to go at it.

I'm excited that I was able to order Taglaich from Wegmans. I was toying
with the idea of making one - growing up in NY & Miami, every bakery had
their own special one. For the rest of you - it's a mounded thing of little
kind of crunchy balls coated with honey, and some have nuts, candied
cherries in the mound. A wondrous, gooey treat for the New Year.

Have a happy,
ellice

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Old September 22nd 06, 04:32 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.needlework
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"ellice" wrote in message
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On 9/22/06 10:20 AM, "anne" wrote:

Mirjam Bruck-Cohen said

To all of you who celebrate our New year , and To every other Person who
also can always use some good wishes

Shana Tova =Happy new Jewish Year 5767


Thank you for the kind wishes. May you and your loved ones experience a
happy
and healthy New Year.

As a teenager, I hated peeling what seemed like many bags of carrots and
sweet
potatoes for tsimmes. My attempts don't come close to my mother's sigh


Ah, I remember those days. In preparation for this weekend, I finally
splurged on a new, large, Cuisinart. My old 7 cup one is packed
somewhere,
and y'know - it's so much easier with the food processor (not the peeling,
but the grating, shredding, chopping).

I started doing the cooking with my grandmother when I was pretty young -
so
poor mom had the reverse problem as we got older - the request for me to
cook. But, she was a pretty good cook, didn't really like doing it so was
happy for me to go at it.

I'm excited that I was able to order Taglaich from Wegmans. I was toying
with the idea of making one - growing up in NY & Miami, every bakery had
their own special one. For the rest of you - it's a mounded thing of
little
kind of crunchy balls coated with honey, and some have nuts, candied
cherries in the mound. A wondrous, gooey treat for the New Year.

Have a happy,
ellice


Do you actually have a recipe for taglaich? I personally never liked it,
too sweet, but I would love to surprise my friends by making it.

My grandmother was useless when it came to getting recipes from her and her
standard answer was you put in a little of this, some of that, etc. When I
asked how much was a little, the answer generally was "Till it looks right."
Not much help for the recipe impaired like me. My mother didn't like it, so
I never found out the how.

Lucille



 




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