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  • #1107434
    areivimzehlazeh
    Participant

    May this year bring yeshuos, ames 😉

    #1107435
    mazca
    Member

    thanks for the laughs and we should all have a good year full of happiness and laugh and sweet… hey careful with the honey …..its sticky..like computer addiction

    #1107436
    mepal
    Member

    amen mazca. So long as you dont eat by your pc, you should be fine 😉

    #1107437
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    LOL! Good one, mazca. And amen to your brochos!

    #1107438
    mepal
    Member

    ames, eeeew. Even if we’re just computer friends, we may still get naused out 😉

    oh, and its fish head here too. Where would you find a sheep’s head anyways?

    #1107439
    NY Mom
    Member

    Ames: Hey, I am real! (At least, I was last time I checked)

    And I’ve been “talking” to you recently more than I do with some of my “real” friends, so I hope you will consider me a real friend 🙂

    (Just don’t ask to borrow any money)

    #1107440
    mybat
    Member

    Fish head.

    Dates

    leek

    Swisschard

    Pomegranate

    Apple

    Blackeyed peas

    Gourd

    Everyone should have a wonderful year!!!!!!!

    Everyones prayers should be answered!!

    Hashem should only send berajot to all am Israel!!!

    #1107441
    squeak
    Participant

    mepal – it’s on the front end of a sheep

    #1107442
    squeak
    Participant

    I used to get a piece of sheep head from the local butcher shop. They were nice enough not to charge for it, either. They divided up an entire sheep head into little pieces and put them in small cole slaw containers for customers to take. Other than that, it’s always fish head for me.

    #1107443
    mybat
    Member

    Yes Ames I am. are you?

    #1107444
    NY Mom
    Member

    What is Swisschard? Is that something real?

    I’ve always read about it, but never knew what it was.

    Ames: You got me there, you are my real e-buddy:)

    #1107445
    mazca
    Member

    sorry to dissapoint u ames i know for sure mybat is not sephardic i am……u see ask her again

    #1107446
    mybat
    Member

    Where you from Ames?

    #1107447
    Joseph
    Participant

    We should have affirmative action for sephardic posters.

    #1107449
    mybat
    Member

    Well my hubby is ashkenaz.

    I mean where do you live?

    #1107450
    NY Mom
    Member

    Thanks, Ames! How do serve it fresh? Steamed? Boiled?

    #1107451
    mybat
    Member

    Nice explanation Ames!!!!

    #1107452
    mazca
    Member

    yes lets have a sephardic party today, we accept ashkenaz friends as well, they wont be left out, they can have all the goodies we do, and a good year full of black eye peas, switchard, leek , etc. poor things they only have and apple so welcome to our home and eat a lot. the only problem is….computer is addicting but u cannot eat it maybe u can imagine it, but taste either, so how addicting could it be???

    #1107453
    mybat
    Member

    Ny mom I actually only use the stems because they are very buggy.I chop it up Then I mix it with eggs and meat and some spices then I fry little patties.

    #1107454
    NY Mom
    Member

    Mybat: Sounds yummy!

    Mazca: I’m an Ashkenaz, but I love Sephardic food, so thanks for the thought 🙂

    Got any extra lachma bajine, anyone?

    #1107455
    squeak
    Participant

    If you have kibbe, you don’t need grass

    #1107456
    NY Mom
    Member

    Ames: Yum! A true friend! 🙂

    #1107457
    mybat
    Member

    Ames it sounds somewhere north but no idea where!

    Ny mom my hubby and my ashkenaz brother in laws love Syrian food too. I actually made the leek and swisschard and black eyed peas for my mother in laws house!

    #1107458
    mazca
    Member

    lajmayeen lahmos, whatever u want to call them, they are delicious.. guess what, in mexico they look like tacos, no kidding. and my kids used to called them meat pizza

    #1107459
    mybat
    Member

    mybat

    No personal questions please

    #1107460
    Jax
    Member

    Hi mods & posters!

    Jax

    #1107461
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi, Jax 🙂

    #1107462
    NY Mom
    Member

    Mybat, they are fortunate to have you to cook it for them. When I get hungry for Sephardic food, I head over to Kings Hwy in Brooklyn. (I know just the store to buy from.)

    #1107463
    Jax
    Member

    hey 26!

    Shana Tova to you!

    #1107464

    Hi fellow blue man 🙂

    #1107465
    mybat
    Member

    Nymom Yes they are fortunate aren’t they?lol! Of course they have everything ready made in NY!

    #1107466
    mybat
    Member

    Why is everyone turning blue?

    #1107467
    mazca
    Member

    hey too much talking about food, dont u realize, there are poor hungry souls in the world like me, my stomach is grumbling,,,,,

    #1107468
    mazca
    Member

    because we are HUNGRY

    #1107469
    NY Mom
    Member

    Prince Charming: What a creative sign-in name. I love some of the names people have chosen. I couldn’t think of anything creative. (I can be really boring sometimes)

    #1107470

    Thanks NY Mom. I can offer you some ideas if you’d like 🙂

    #1107471
    mazca
    Member

    AS LONG AS THE PRINCE DOESNT TURN INTO A BEAST

    #1107472
    NY Mom
    Member

    Thanks for the offer PC, I guess I’ll stick with the one I have. Wouldn’t want to confuse any of my e-buddies!

    But if you want to throw some ideas out that could be fun

    #1107473
    NY Mom
    Member

    Thank you mods and thank you all. So much to do and so little time. Have a great Y”T!

    #1107474
    mepal
    Member

    poor things they only have and apple

    Mazca, no need to fear. Theres figs, dates, pomegranate, star fruit, sabra, and most importantly, like ames says, head of a gefilte fish. Those are the best and the least gory of your choices of ‘heads’.

    #1107475
    mazca
    Member

    well should we talk about food on a fast day…..it usually is the best. or are u stuffed from yom tov already and we wont see food for the next couple of days…..

    #1107476
    mepal
    Member

    Oh, I’m fine! Fast day or no fast day, we can discuss anything

    #1107477
    mepal
    Member

    LOL, ames. We’re just a tad slow. Not that bad. You guys stay far away from it, I take?

    #1107478
    mepal
    Member

    Wish I could also 🙁

    #1107479
    mepal
    Member

    Mods, keep it up!

    #1107481
    mepal
    Member

    Thanks. twenty. six… (here are some extra’s for next time…)

    ames: yeah, I try not to make a fuss about it, but its definitely not a fave of mine!

    #1107482
    mybat
    Member

    I don’t think Gefilte fish is bad. Sometimes it could be pretty good. My mother inlaw makes it fresh with a veracruz style sauce.

    #1107483
    mepal
    Member

    vera what? Would you care to share that with us?

    #1107484
    squeak
    Participant

    I hear that there is a secret anti-gefilte group amongst Ashkenazim…. They can’t express their sentiments in public for fear of reprisals….

    Once or twice in history a group got together and attempted to do away with the gefilte altogether. Once they dressed up as Indians and hijacked a fishing boat, throwing all the gefilte fish overboard into the Harbor. Sadly, the attempt failed. They weren’t caught – anti-gefiltes are much smarter than ordinary people – but the gefilte fish adapted well to the new environment and what followed was an abundance of gefilte fish instead of a shortage.

    Nowadays they can’t get enough momentum to do anything about the situation, because the real staunch anti-gefiltes just go and marry Sephardim. Kids these days just have no principles. And so, it is the Sephardim who are at least partly responsible for quelling the anti-gefilte fish movement.

    #1107485
    mazca
    Member

    veracruz is a state in mexico it is in the golf, and it is very warm weather, it is a rich state and grows everything u can imagine, it is also a very important port that is where hernan cortez first arrived and by the way it was the entrance port of all the jews that came from europe and syria, etc. when a person makes a veracruzana fish it means its a very rich flavored fish, tomato sauce, olives, all vegetables etc. the ashkenaz jews here in mexico make gefilta fish veracruz style,….imagine…all spicy

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