milchama (hebrew for war)

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milchama (hebrew for war)

Postby Harry J » Fri Sep 09, 2011 1:44 pm

The word lechem (bread) found inside the word milchama bread as its often referred to as a staple the wars waged to feed the hungry and for those who eat too much. After all whose our worst enemy and our best friend. H
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Re: milchama (hebrew for war)

Postby David Scop » Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:20 pm

A simple Tabor 07 Merlot to toast the Shabbat Malkah, and our friend Daniel who's up there where the real 100 pointers are
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Re: milchama (hebrew for war)

Postby Adam M » Sun Sep 11, 2011 12:03 am

Friday night

Giant fava beans stewed with lemon, olive oil and rep paprika, serve over a bed of long grain basmati rice, along side baked Alaskan salmon.

Serve with an assortment of fresh chopped salads, baked beets, tabouli with pomegranate seeds and organic bulgur wheat, homemade tehina and fresh water challah from Queens

Shabbat lunch

Same salads
Moroccan cholent with baby kalackal (soft shin meat from a cow) and giant bone marrow, brown eggs, barley, brown rice and Jachnun, each in a separate bag. Went extremely well with the 2006 Galil Mountain Yiron This was like an overdose of Ambien.

Good week to all.
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Re: milchama (hebrew for war)

Postby Harry J » Sun Sep 11, 2011 10:42 am

Just back from north carolina;had the meals in the my oldest daughtrs house. The challa was of a great shape consistency and flavor. The variations in a challa are so so varied. H
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