Potato Latke Recipe

Oh I just love Potato Latkes! We eat them throughout the year not just at Chanukkah. I like to eat them with sour cream on top that is sprinkled with sea salt and fresh cracked pepper. Sometimes I like to eat Potato Latkes with applesauce on the side. We prefer our latkes to be somewhat [Read On]

Josephus On Hanukkah

The following article is by G J Goldberg about Hanukkah and the Festival of Lights The original article can be found here http://www.josephus.org/hanukkah.htm Hanukkah The Festival of the Dedication, The Festival of Lights by G. J. Goldberg Introduction The Books of the Maccabees, which record the origins of the Hanukkah story and of the Hasmonean [Read On]

SUKKOT – Yeshua and the Festival of Lights

We are reposting this article by James Trimm about the connection between Sukkot and Hanukkah or the Festival of Lights. Originally posted at: SUKKOT: Yeshua and the Festival of Lights by James Scott Trimm From the Hebraic Roots Commentary to Yochanan (John) http://www.lulu.com/nazarene 8:12 I am the light of the world. He who follows me [Read On]

Festival of Lights: Sukkot & Hanukkah

Paris, France may be the modern world’s City of Lights but did you know that Jerusalem was once called the City of Lights? This was common knowledge to the ancient world surrounding Yisrael. During the Feast of Sukkot, Jerusalem was well known as the City of Lights and this festival was known as “The Festival of [Read On]

Chanukkah for Children Internet Resources: Teaching, Craft and Activity Ideas

Here are a few internet resources for children: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/hanukkah/teacher-resources/6627.html http://atozteacherstuff.com/Themes/Hanukkah/ http://www.eduplace.com/monthlytheme/december/hanukkah.html http://www.teach-nology.com/themes/holidays/hanuk/ http://judaism.about.com/od/chanukah/Hanukkah.htm   Printable Worksheets, word games, etc http://abcteach.com/directory/seasonalholidays/hanukkah/ http://www.teacherplanet.com/resource/hanukkah.php   Children’s Book list and craft ideas http://stepbystepcc.com/holidays/hanukkah.html For Fun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyKWUpSMegE&feature=share http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSJCSR4MuhU&feature=endscreen&NR=1   More things Here – you will just have to do a search for childrens activities, etc. from these Jewish websites http://www.aish.com [Read On]

Adult Chanukkah Teachings & Resources

Here is a list of various adult chanukkah teachings & resources that we have gleaned from the internet: Book of Maccabees 1 – here is the New Revised Standard Version Book of Maccabees 2 – here is the New Revised Standard Version Josephus in his Antiquities, Book 12 and Book 13 Talmud (tractate shabbat 21b) [Read On]

Yehudit

The Women Who Saved the Day Reprinted from Chabad.org It is not clearly known when the story which we are about to tell actually took place. The story first appeared in a very ancient book named after the heroine, Yehudit (Judith), and it was written in Hebrew. However, the original text was lost, and only [Read On]

Mi Kamocha Yahweh!

Have you ever felt fearful about the future? Have you ever been concerned about your health, worrying that your symptoms are the result of a serious condition? Do you wonder how you will be able to live if our economy collapses in the next few years? Worry, fear and anxiousness are all the opposite of [Read On]

Mi Kamocha Music Videos

The Mi Kamocha is a 3,500 year old hymn of praise that the Yisraelites sang after crossing the Sea of Reeds. They thanked and praised YHWH for their deliverance ~ Exodus 15:11 Enjoy these Mi Kamocha music videos!   Karen Davis Steven Lara                       Judy [Read On]

Teshuvah Cause Us to Return

Remnant Mama LIVE Radio Show ~ Cause Us to Return Aired 8.23.201 Podcast Powered By Podbean This episode of the Remnant Mama Show was recorded LIVE and Posey’s guest was Brian Robertson of Toby’s Place. Together they share about our need to return to Yahweh’s set apart ways, to have a repentant heart and what [Read On]

Crispy Matzah Brie & Herb Dip Recipe

Matzo Brie can be made so many ways and every Jewish family seems to have their favorites. Some use more egg and milk and become like an omelet and others are thinner and crispy. This recipe is the crispy version and to me they should be like crackers that can be dipped in the the [Read On]

Roasted Leg of Lamb Recipe

Delicious recipe for Roasted Leg of Lamb, just in time for Passover! Larding is an Old World technique that adds flavor and helps to tenderize meat. Traditionally pieces of animal fat (usually pork) were used as “lardons” and inserted into the meat with a larding needle. Over the years this technique has come to include [Read On]

Fresh Moror ~ Bitter Herb

Here is a recipe for a fresh and home-made alternative to a store bought horseradish preparation. Try this Moror recipe for your next Passover Seder meal. Here is a recipe for a fresh and home-made alternative to a store bought horseradish preparation. Try this Moror recipe for your next Passover Seder meal. I have never [Read On]

Passover Posts

New Additions ~ Scroll Down to See Them! Yes we’ve added new items for 2013!!! We are providing resources for men, women and families that will help them to celebrate and observe a Messianic Passover in meaningful, fun and delicious ways. Here is a list of the posts that I have included for Passover! Updates [Read On]

Coconut Macaroons & Drizzle Sauces

We love the following recipes for Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread Who needs leaven when you have these delicious little bites of soft chewy heaven? Not me. For a change of pace try them with the dipping sauces below or dip pieces of matzah in the sauces, YUM!     Coconut Macaroons Print [Read On]