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With Fire In Their Souls
The parsha opens with an in-depth discussion of the olah sacrifice which is totally burnt on the altar. Ohr Hachaim Hakodosh has a lengthy dissertation expounding how the olah sacrifice alludes to the tremendous difficulties that we have suffered over the years from the nations of the world.
Matzo in the Park
A Jewish man took his Passover lunch to eat outside in the park. He sat down on a bench and began eating. Since Jews do not eat leavened bread during the eight-day holiday, he was eating Matzo.
This Week In Pictures
Olami Denver Experience enjoyed a fabulous Mock Seder this week in preparations for Pesach. And not just any Seder – Steak and Seder! What a fabulous dinner and a great opportunity to learn the best practices to hosting their own Seders at home this year.
Sharing Our Stories Through Food: Passover Brownies
This is my mother in laws- Cindy Wolfe’s- Recipe
I double this for each 9×13 pan and literally make at least 8 pans of this every year. It’s the first cooking I do before Pesach every year is make a ton and fill the freezer. This is a staple and my husband laughs at the idea of me making something different. They are the best.
The Greatest Inequality
We begin sefer Vayikra dealing with the various offerings that were sacrificed in the Mishkan. Some of them were in the category of voluntary ‘donations’ to elevate the owners of those particular sacrifices. However, there were many obligatory sacrifices both on the individual level and communal offerings.
A British Jew is waiting in line to be knighted by the Queen.
He is to kneel in front of her and recite a sentence in Latin when she taps him on the shoulders with her sword. However, when his turn comes, he panics in the excitement of the moment and forgets the Latin.