May 12, 2018 9:59 pm at 9:59 pm #1519499
Please, we must hold a moment of silence for all the people who will never know the joy of devouring a rugelach.
Thank you 🌼May 13, 2018 7:32 am at 7:32 am #1519626
Um, it’s a Rugel. Basics…May 13, 2018 12:16 pm at 12:16 pm #1519715
LB: I think instead of asking for a pity party, get your cooking skills to work and fight back. Whatever you can’t eat, there have to be some ways to improvise on all those delicious recipes. Lekovod Shavuos of course.
Toi: I think singular should be rugela. Rugel sounds too stiff. Like kipela becomes kipelach. JMHO as there’s also feigel OR feigela becoming feigelach.May 13, 2018 8:34 pm at 8:34 pm #1519900
Baruch Hashem, I’ve had the pleasure of devouring more than my share rugelach already in my lifetime! 🙂
… This thread happened because as I was looking through mouth-watering rugelach recipes yesterday, I thought of all the people out there in the world who have never eaten a rugelach, and likely never will. Isn’t that interesting? That we can know of a food so delicious, and yet there is someone out there who has never even heard of it, let alone seen it?
Of course, of course, just because I find rugelach amazing doesn’t mean that anyone who has never had one will also find the dessert scrumptious. G-d forbid, someone might find the taste of rugelach appalling, even.
Furthermore, there are surely treats that I have never heard of, let alone seen, or sniffed, that others in the world might be devouring at this minute, pitying those, like me, and maybe like you, who will never know what it’s like to enjoy the taste of said treat.
Anyway… all is good, B”H 🙂
Do you ever wonder about this kind of stuff?May 14, 2018 12:16 pm at 12:16 pm #1520266
I guess I’m not on your madreiga so this thought never crossed my mind… Hence the misunderstanding.
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