Monthly Archives: October 2013

TRAYF ALERT! An idea related to Thangsivikah idea #3 Do you know what Poutine is?  It’s french fries and gravy (like they have in Baltimore) with cheese curds. Well, Thanksgivvikuah idea #3 is–potato latkes with turkey gravy!  I overheard someone … Continue reading

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Thanksgivukah idea #2–sweet potato latkes

A latke is a latke is a latke. A vegetable is grated, mixed with a binder, formed into patties which are fried.  My latke rainbow was made with four different types of veggies. You can see from the color differences … Continue reading

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Thanksgivvukah Idea #1

On chanukah, we celebrate by frying things. European Jews fry grated potatoes for latkes, Sephardic jews fry pastry for soufganiot, or jelly doughnuts. While I have seen some recipes for sweet potato latkes to be served up with cranberry sauce, … Continue reading

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Accepted For Consideration, My Grant Idea! DINER EN TU My Idea Is: Get Permission from a local multiplex theater, and hold a Tu B’shvat Seder Flashmob I’ll Use My Grant To: We’ll need permits, food, a photographer, and a social … Continue reading

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Getting into the Grant Game

As President of Etz Chayim, I am  very proud of the innovative, fresh, inspiring programming we do for the community.  I also support the community by giving to the Jewish Federation. As a donor to Etz Chayim, I am happy to … Continue reading

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A Great Day, but I’m SO old fashioned

I submitted an invoice to Scooter Magazine to get paid for my interview that was published there. What I did , which was send an email with a pdf of my invoice, was acceptable,  but I offered to include a … Continue reading

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