Fast, easy, all natural, healthy, kosher cooking
Tonight is the first night of Chanukah.
This is a joyful holiday where we celebrate by eating food cooked in oil and playing with a dreidel.
Carol and family
Tagged: happy chanukah, happy holidays, memorah
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This is beautiful…nicely done!
Thank you! Considering the work you do, I consider that high praise 💕💕
I can’t cook…But now thanks to you, my partner can! 🙂
I once heard that “you can’t have 2 cooks in a kitchen.” So, it’s a good match!
Happy Chanukah to you.
Happy Chanukah; do have a blast!
It’s a fun time.
Happy Chanukah 🙂
Enjoy your latkes and driedel games. Happy holidays from the lady across the sea and her tiny dog (who is partial to a latka too!)
Thank you! I did not know you had a tiny dog. A latka eating dog? Does he like them with apple sauce or sour cream? Sounds cute!
Curiously, she is a fan of apple sauce – in fact she likes apple in general. She may make a post again soon … occasionally she hijacks my blog when I am not looking 😉
Cute! Sounds like she had lots of personality!
She certainly does! And gets away with murder on account of being tiny with a cute face and personality 😉
Cute gets you far!
I had to share with you: Yaffa got the DVD for “Frozen” as a Chanukah present today. Boy! Was she ever excited! “Let It Go” is still popular around here.
Oh so sweet! I share her joy! 😀
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