We walked to the Machane Yehuda Market our last day in Jerusalem. Assorted dried fruits Fruits and nuts Soft cheeses Beans and peas. Yes. Those are blackeyed peas! Spices Fish
Me: Fillet of Sea Brim, and rice with black lentils Mr. Big Food: St. Peter fish from The Sea of Galilee.
in old Jerusalem. More as I begin processing a four hour tour covering three thousand years or more. For now now, though, having seen the ruin some folks inflict on other, I found it hopeful that the Jewish State has purposefully set aside some ancient areas for future generations to excavate. In other words, the
Mr. Big Food and I shared one “entree” (appetizer) and one “main”, [note comma placement & discuss]. We returned to our room with assorted breads, hummus, and wine. We both liked how the hummus was presented. A “yolk” of hummus in the center surrounded by the “white” of olive oil. Note to self– remember this!
From that infallible source: An Israeli breakfast is a distinctive style of breakfast that originated on the Israeli collective farm called a kibbutz, and is now served at most hotels in Israel and many restaurants. It has been called “the Jewish state’s contribution to world cuisine”. During the early days of the state of Israel,
Before Daughter C and the J-Man tuck you into bed this evening, I want you to get down on your knees and pray to the Lord that this scruffy little cat finds a sweet little Israeli child and her family to nurse him back to health, and give him a chance at a better life. Then thank
Check this out. This might be the most orderly thing I’ve ever done. You have no idea how many outfits lie under this one. I mentioned this particular one– one some of you will well recognize– the other evening. We will be leaving Rocky & Missy– and Daughter C and the J-Man– for some
Thus saith the Lord GOD; In the day when I chose Israel, and lifted up mine hand unto the seed of the house of Jacob, and made myself known unto them in the land of Egypt, when I lifted up mine hand unto them, saying, I am the LORD your God; In the day that