Overdue Weekly Review


On My Blog

Butternut Squash and Chard Red Curry
Smoked Salmon and Salad
Cardamom Buns

Watch and Share

Judaism in a Nutshell
Judaism in a Nutshell – part II

The King’s Speech

Jewish Thinkers

Oasis of Peace

New Ethical Post

Elsewhere in the JBlogosphere

My friends host posts:
Living Outside Of Stereotypes, a guest post by Chavi Cohen at Life in the Married Lane
Here comes the trolley, Mrs.S. hosts a post by Malke

How to Deal with Bullying, a post at Mother in Israel – read the comments too

So Much To Love, posted by Frozen Challah

The Miracle of Bread at Israeli Kitchen

Benevolence and Betrayal: Five Italian Jewish Families Under Facism, a review by Rayana Eliana

The Fire in our Souls, Heads and Hearts, an article by Dr. Adena K. Berkowitz

“New” Halachic Ruling by Rav Ovadia Yosef on Women Saying Kaddish, posted by Isramom

Band of Achim, a beautiful post by Ruti

Purim Illustrated: Esther Points, a drawing by Leora’s daughter

Shabbat Shalom!


10 thoughts on “Overdue Weekly Review

  1. You ask thought-provoking questions. Did I ever tell you that you are a good teacher via your blog, too?

    Is that the south of France? I can see why people like to visit there. I am imagining Jews of the 11th century living there, after having seen a movie on the Rambam (who didn’t live there, but I believe he may have sent letters to rabbis in that area).

    Thanks for the link, and Shabbat Shalom.

    • Thank you Leora for your kind words.
      I took this photo in Hyères on Sunday. And you are right in the 11th century there were Jews in that area, if maybe not in this particular town.

    • You’re welcome! The South of France is beautiful but should be emptied of half of its population to be fully appreciated. The roads are always crowded and going from one place to another usually takes ages.

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