4 of the Sixth Month 5769
What do you get when you cross an anti-Zionist Yerushalmi who's not really so anti-Zionist, with his Karliner grandson turned hilltop youth, a Litvak friend who walks around with telkheleth...in Ramat Shlomo, and a Hassidish son-in-law from Ramath Beth Shemesh...who pokes fun at the kanoim there?
(These are the kind of people I like to hang out with, Jews comfortable with thinking and being out of the box, and really impossible to categorize, like some of the Jews in K'far Tapuah, but wearing mostly black. Discuss amongst yourselves....)
That's right! I actually got a Shabbath dinner invitation last week, thus no need for soup, and thus no leftovers.
But so you won't be disappointed, I made an Open-Face Tuna Omelet, mixing together a can of tuna, three eggs, and garlic. Pour out onto pre-heated and oiled pan, and cover. When it looks like it's almost been cooked through, flip and let cook for half a minute.
Sprinkle with soy sauce, and top with a little leftover, homemade tehinah.
Enjoy. Then get to the store, before you starve....
Until next, week, Shavu'a Tov.
Maybe this is the only way we will achieve true ahavat Yisrael: we will become so fermisht inside of our own bodies and souls that we can 't tell where our ideologies end, and our brothers' begin. Pass the tuna, Brother. (Uhhhh... what hechsher did you say was on that can?)
Um,...Neveh Tzion is the heksher, although the photo does show an Eidah Haredith heksher.
Hold the feminism, please.
There are many more out there like the hosts I mentioned. We're just not supposed to talk about it.
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