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  • From Noodles to Strudels - Foods of AJHS
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  • From Noodles to Strudels - Foods of AJHS
It appears that for over a century American Jews have eaten American Chinese food on Christmas.
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On Sunday, December 6th, 1987- 250,000 people rallied in D.C. to support freedom for Soviet Jewry.
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  • From Noodles to Strudels - Foods of AJHS
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  • From Noodles to Strudels - Foods of AJHS

Inspired by “Sabra-Be-Thankful Pie” from Sabra Cookbook: 101 Award Winning Recipes, 1970

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When the weather shifts cooler and it’s time to celebrate fall, Jewish people around the world assemble the Four Species: palm, willow, myrtle and etrog. The etrog fruit is held in the left hand, the bundle of branches in the right, and together they are waved in the morning on the first seven days of Sukkot. But at least one of these four holy plants should have a life in your kitchen after the holiday: the etrog is edible.

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Try this historic recipe for Apple Sauce Cake from 1918, as seen in our 4th episode of Live From the Archives: Rosh Hashanah Recipes!  You'll find it's just as delicious and tasty as rich fruit cake, which is so difficult to prepare, and it's much more budget friendly.

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