if you're making the dreidel, might as well make 4 gimmels!
Will she be making menorah challot for the second Shabbat Chanukah?
For the Rebbitzen--You inspire me. G-d willing I can post some pictures next year. I've worked on me dough this year and it is much more workable and delicious.
To my "pesky" friend... I thought about making menorah challot. The problems with them are: it would make it too easy to accidentally break off an "arm" (thus rendering the challah problematic for lechem mishna)and I don't have a baking pan large enough. However, I may yet give it a try...In response to sephardilady, I'm no Rebbitzen :), but I appreciate the compliment! Good luck with your challah baking always!To "Anonymous"-I thought about making all gimmels..but why leave out the nun for "nes" (miracle)? The entire holiday celebrates the miracle of the Maccabeas triumph over the larger Greek army. Why would I leave that out? And once I am already making the "nun" and "gimmel", well.. it only felt natural to include the "hey" and "shin" as well!
eeees-Some of our guests refer to me as "the Rebbitzen," but I too am no Rebbitzen. . . more like the head chef, financial advisor, chief disciplinarian, stylist, and chauffer. But, I guess that is a mouthful. Chanukah Sameach.
Sephardilady-LOL...I guess we have the same job description. But since that was too long to fit on a nameplate, my kids just call me "MOMMY". :)Have a wonderful Chanuka and Shabbos!
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