Lamb is one of the most commonly served Easter dished. This tradition dates back to the Old Testament in which the Jewish population would eat an entire lamb on Easter day. For the Jews, the tradition of eating lamb on Easter symbolizes the sacrifice God made for Israel and its people before they left Egypt. […]
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There is nothing like freshly-baked challah bread made at home. Challah is a jewish bread, served anytime, but is a must for holidays meals. The egg bread is made in the traditional double- braid shape.
Organic fava beans are low in fat, rich in beta carotene and supply the valuable soluble fiber which helps lower cholesterol levels. Fava beans provide good levels of protein, contain minerals and also a source of folic acid and vitamin E.
Happy Hanukkah!!! Jelly doughnuts are traditionally eaten during the Jewish festival of Hanukkah, are especially popular in Israel.