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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 15 February 1, 2012

The HBO pilot “All Talk” a show that focuses on a Jewish family living in Washington will star Ben Stiller. The show whose tone is being described as “politically, religiously, culturally, intellectually and sexually irreverent” – is written by “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” author Jonathan Safran Foer. A historic prayer service was conducted in [...]

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What Do You Eat On Shabbat?

We all know that food plays an important role in our Shabbat routine. We know that we have a halachic obligation for three Shabbat meals. Many of us know that the Ari emphasized a kabbalistic importance to these meals. And many of us are very much set on a particular menu for Shabbat. This is [...]

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Tips in Planning Your Shabbat Menu

Shabbat or Sabbath is one of the most popular Jewish observances. Shabbat is observed a few minutes before sunset every Friday until a few minutes after the first three stars appear in the sky on Saturday night. This Jewish observance is considered a festive day and a festive meal are traditionally eaten. Here are some [...]

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Traditional Jewish ceremonies

Baby naming ceremonies Every individual is born different. They say that no two individuals are alike, twins may look identical, but not everything about them is the same. But what’s special and unique about each and every one of us, is our names. One of the most exciting times for a parent is naming their [...]

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The Basic Shabbat How-To

Shabbat is a day of rest and reflection in Judaism. We are not to work during Shabbat so it is important to prepare for this day ahead of time. Plan your menu ahead of time. Contact your guests and know if they have some special dietary restrictions. Make a To-do-list and a separate list for [...]

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Parshat Re’eh- Dwelling of G-d: Shilo vs. Jerusalem

Click to Enlarge Naaleh.com presents Rabbi Hershel Reichman teaching about this week’s parsha, Parshat Re’eh In Parshat Re’eh, we read about the various resting places of the Holy Ark. The Torah refers to the final resting place of the Ark as “Menucha V’Nachala”. Chazal say, “Menucha”-tranquility, refers to Shilo and “Nachala”-a resting place, signifies Yerushalayim, [...]

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Jewish Food for the Summer

Jewish Food for the Summer

In the winter I never have any trouble planning Shabbat and holiday menus. Many of the most basic and quintessential Jewish foods–brisket, kugel, matzah ball soup, babka–are perfect for a blustery day in November, or a snow-day in February, but come the sticky humid heat of June, July and August, and I find it hard [...]

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It’s Good to be Jewish and I Like It!

by Paul Zim This wonderful 18-song recording will instill a positive emotional connection for the young child with Judaism and will foster feelings of Jewish pride and joy as the children grow to become spiritual adults. Featured are the inspirational songs ‘I Give Tzedakah’ and ‘Vihyeh Shalom.’ (Approximately 45 minutes, lyrics included.) Track ListingTo listen [...]

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DavkaWriter Dimensions II

Hebrew & English Texts for DavkaWriter DavkaWriter Dimensions II Jewish Texts for Hebrew/English Word ProcessingDavkaWriter Dimensions II is a collection of ready-to-use Hebrew/English Jewish texts in DavkaWriter Platinum 5/6 word processing format. This compilation is perfect for synagogues, youth groups, and individuals who need access to these texts to prepare educational materials or for reference. [...]

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Reclaiming Judaism as a Spiritual Practice

Holy Days and Shabbatby Rabbi Goldie Milgram This inspiring guidebook is your wake-up call for understanding the powerful intellectual and emotional tools that are essential for a lively, relevant, and fulfilling Jewish spiritual practice. Designed to become a lifelong resource for holy days and Shabbat, it presents Judaism as an evolving tradition in which you [...]

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DavkaWriter Dimensions II

Hebrew & English Texts for DavkaWriter DavkaWriter Dimensions II Jewish Texts for Hebrew/English Word ProcessingDavkaWriter Dimensions II is a collection of ready-to-use Hebrew/English Jewish texts in DavkaWriter Platinum 5/6 word processing format. This compilation is perfect for synagogues, youth groups, and individuals who need access to these texts to prepare educational materials or for reference. [...]

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Allergy Free At Last!

Yeast-Free, Soy-Free, Egg-Free, Nut-Free, Gluten-Free, and More!by Leiba Bibla Food allergies are as diverse as the people who have them. Allergy Free at Last! includes many alternate recipes for the same dishes without key ingredients to accommodate many sensitivities. Author Leiba Bibla recreated more than 300 popular dishes for all seasons, especially for Shabbat and [...]

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The Jewish Woman’s Weekly Planner

16 Month Planner 5769by Devorah Rosen Goldman Creative Ideas for Inspired Jewish Living A Sixteen Month Planner September 2008–December 2009 / Elul 5768–Tevet 5770 Offering a wealth of creative ideas for inspired Jewish living, this bright, upbeat planner is the brainchild of author Devorah Rosen Goldman. Goldman’s goa - to bring order and a sense [...]

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DavkaWriter Dimensions II

Hebrew & English Texts for DavkaWriter DavkaWriter Dimensions II Jewish Texts for Hebrew/English Word ProcessingDavkaWriter Dimensions II is a collection of ready-to-use Hebrew/English Jewish texts in DavkaWriter Platinum 5/6 word processing format. This compilation is perfect for synagogues, youth groups, and individuals who need access to these texts to prepare educational materials or for reference. [...]

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Zemirot Shabbat

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Zemirot Shabbat

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Zemirot Shabbat

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Zemirot Shabbat

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Shabbat Karaoke

Song from the heart - Karaoke DVD Shabbat Song’s translation with phonetic - a precious selection of traditional shabbat-table songs.Available with full phonetic subtitles in English, French, Spanish, Russian, Hebrew.Video clips from the land of Israel.Both DVD systems available: Please choose above either NTSC system (American) or PAL (European). High quality karaoke style DVD of [...]

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DavkaWriter Dimensions II

DavkaWriter Dimensions II ? Jewish Texts for Hebrew/English Word Processing DavkaWriter Dimensions II is a collection of ready-to-use Hebrew texts in DavkaWriter Platinum 5/6 word processing format. In addition to the Hebrew texts listed below, it also includes two texts with English translation as well - the Haggadah and the Tanach. This compilation is perfect [...]

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Otzar HaHalacha V’Haminhag II

This all-new version contains a wide variety of important Halachic works, including a collection of modern responsa and a powerful search program that makes it easy to locate individual words and phrases. The program features many hyperlinks between texts, and easy access for searching by different types of books. Basic Texts Tanach (menukad) Mishnah (menukad) [...]

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DavkaWriter Dimensions II – Jewish Texts for Hebrew/English Word Processing

Davka DavkaWriter Dimensions II is a collection of ready-to-use Hebrew/English Jewish texts in DavkaWriter Platinum 5 word processing format. This compilation is perfect for synagogues, youth groups, and individuals who need access to these texts to prepare educational materials or for reference. Once you install the DavkaWriter Dimensions texts, they become a permanent part of [...]

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Z’mirot Sing Along

The Gilgalim The best all around recording of Shabbat Melodies and Z’mirot! Perfect for anyone who wants to learn the traditional melodies or just enjoy the sweet sounds of Shabbat. Features 40 upbeat Shabbat Z’mirot sung by the dynamic Israeli duo, The Gilgalim. Song List: 1. Shalom Alechem 2. Yom Zeh L’yisrael 3. Ma Yedidut, [...]

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A Day Apart: Shabbat at Home

This book does for Shabbat what A Different Night did for Pesach. Hundreds of ways to increase and enrich your understanding and celebration of Shabbat.}}A full menu based on the traditional order of Shabbat: }}Likrat Shabbat — Setting the Shabbat mood; baking bread, eating cake, collecting tzedakah, meditating }}Nerot — Candlelighting }}Shalom Aleichem — welcoming [...]

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Jewish Holiday Cooking: A Food Lovers Treasury of Classics and Improvisations

Jayne Cohen Publisher: Wiley In Jewish Holiday Cooking, Jayne Cohen shares a wide-ranging collection of traditional Jewish recipes, as well as inventive new creations and contemporary variations on the classic dishes. For home cooks, drawing from the rich traditions of Jewish history when cooking for the holidays can be a daunting task. Jewish Holiday Cooking [...]

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