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Saturday, January 5, 2008


I'm recovering from my cold, eating pomegranates definitely helped, as well as my friend's chicken soup. The syngagouge has a community wide lunch with learning for shabbat mevorchim, and I dislike that its buffet style and not family style. The food could use some improvement. The cholent wasn't well cooked, and had huge hunks of carrots and zucchini and peas. What's a mechaya is that the plasticware is compostable. My shabbat specialty is parsley, garlic in olive oil, known as sparlic at some tables. One person at the table commented, its like having garlic bread. yeah


Blogger bozster613 said...

adamamish lots o' wind, rain, and snow in california I hear.
Problem with recovering from colds during the cold season is that the recoverer tends even without intending it! to spread around his/her cold virus.
Kinderlach are the best spreaders-around of viruses amongst themselves at cheders/ganim, followed by men-mispallelim all cramped together in our typical shtiebel or shul-library minyans. Always too, those real-friendly alters who cough around such confined places and insist upon approaching and shaking the hands of mekavoded men (aliyas,hagbah,glila) during the Torah-reading.
Harbatzas avirus instead of harbatzas Torah..... what to do?

January 7, 2008 at 7:10 AM  

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