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8 fun facts about Shavuot in Israel

Shavuot begins the evening of May 16, 2021 Shavuot is a one-day holiday (two in the Diaspora) with many names, dozens of traditions and recipes galore. The hype surrounding the holiday – agricultural festivals at kibbutz and moshav communities, special lectures at synagogues and community centers, sales on everything white at shopping malls, cheaper dairy…

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How to make tasty Hanukkah donuts at home

Just because there’s a pandemic on, doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun this Hanukkah. You may not be able to enjoy a busy celebration with crowds of people, but you can enjoy making perfect sufganiyot at home with your family or a few friends. The recipe and ingredients are below, and you can check…

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How to bake the ultimate hamantaschen cookies this Purim

Purim is March 10 and the traditional treat for the holiday is baked hamantaschen, or “oznay Haman” (Haman’s ears). Follow along as ISRAEL21c’s Jessica Halfin shows you how to make Nutella-filled hamantaschen cookies from scratch, in an edition of their cooking series Tayim. Nutella Hamantaschen recipe Dough ingredients: 1 cup butter ½ cup sugar 1…

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Classic Shakshuka

Impress everyone with a brilliant home-made shakshuka. It’s not hard to make one of Israel’s favorite breakfast foods in your own kitchen. Follow along as ISRAEL21c’s Jessica Halfin shows you how as part of their Tayim recipe series. CLASSIC SHAKSHUKA Ingredients 1/4 cup olive oil 1/2 red bell pepper, thinly sliced 1/2 green bell pepper,…

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Eight fun facts about Hanukkah

By Viva Sarah Press Do you know where the word ‘dreidel’ comes from, and how many calories are in a sufganiyah? Find out with the following fun facts. In 2019, the first night of Hanukkah falls on Sunday, Dec. 22. 44 candles There are at least 44 candles in each box of Hanukkah candles, enough…

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Authentic Flaky Halva

Cook up a batch of scrumptious halva in your own kitchen! Thought you could only get authentic halva in the shuk? ISRAEL21c’s Tayim chef shows you how to make the classic Middle East flaky sesame confection at home.   Authentic Flaky Halva 2 cups tahini paste 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon…

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