These and Those

Musings from Students of the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem

Tag Archives: Succot

Of Honey, Horns and Bamboo Roofs

Posted on November 2, 2016 by Miriam Lorie

This post was originally posted on miriammuses.com. Click here for the post. The past month in Jerusalem has been quite an experience. It has been the month of Tishrei, in which some of Judaism’s major festivals fall. Think a cross between the summer holidays (country-wide) and Christmas with all its traditions and cheer, throw in Continue Reading »

Traditional Comfort Food for Succot & Simchat Torah

Posted on October 2, 2015 by David Berman

Some would say that not many, if any foods, are associated with Succot, while so many other festivals have foods that are so obviously related to them (think kneidelach on Pesach, dairy foods on Shavuot, tsimmes on Rosh Hashanah…). Many, however, do have the tradition to eat stuffed cabbage on Succot. The reason most often Continue Reading »

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