During my working years, I have built beautiful friendships with many of my Jewish colleagues. Now that we are retired, and our lifestyles have changed, it is so wonderful to still keep in touch.
Today at sundown they will begin their Hanukkah celebration with friends and family.
I personally like to prepare meatless meals on Wednesdays and Fridays for the duration of the Great Lent, as well the whole Holy Week, which is the week before Easter Sunday.
It actually is healthy to give our system a break from the weekly meat consumption, and introduce some vegetarian or seafood dishes instead.
While Christians are getting ready to celebrate Easter, the Jewish people are preparing for Passover.
Passover commemorates the formative experience of the Jewish people, and their transformation from scattered tribes indentured in Egypt, to a nation on the road of redemption.
Very quick and easy process for preparing a traditional Passover dish, with a modern twist. It presents itself nicely, and tastes scrumptious.
Once I found this recipe on Pinterest, and pinned it to my board for recipes to try, I noticed that over few days, over 100 people repined it to their boards.
This gave me an idea to prepare this dish, to find out if it actually is that good, or did the original picture made this recipe so popular.