SIMCHAT TORAH – A TIME TO CELEBRATE
On Simchat Torah, which means “Joy of the Torah,” the last passage in the Torah is read and then immediately the first passage in the Torah is read. Thus, there is an unbroken cycle of reading Judaism’s holiest book, marking the ending and beginning anew of the annual reading cycle of the Torah. Certain recipes have become Simchat Torah traditions.
Recipes included: LILLIAN KAPLUN’S BLINTZES, LILLIAN KAPLUN’S CABBAGE ROLLS, JAMIE GELLER’S DELI ROLL, ADELL SHNEER’S APPLE PLUM RAISIN STRUDEL, LEAH OFIR’S SQUIDGY CHOCOLATE LOG [ … ]
DISHES FOR SHMINI ATZERET AND SIMCHAT TORAH
Sara Finkel’s latest cookbook, The Complete Yom Tov Cookbook: Winning Recipes for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkos (Targum), includes delectable, well-planned menus for every festive celebration, from Rosh Hashanah to Simchat Torah.
Recipes includes: CHALLAH-APPLE KUGEL, RED CABBAGE SALAD, CHINESE CHICKEN BLINTZES, BLINTZ BATTER [ … ]