Archive for March 30th, 2007

(March 30/31) Today we're observing. . . Mawlid Al Nabi (Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad – Islamic)

Friday, March 30th, 2007

Mawlid Al Nabi  (Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad – Islamic)

"Muslims celebrate. . . with great dedication; processions are held; homes or mosques are decorated; delicious food is prepared and distributed; stories about the life of Prophet Muhammad are narrated by learned people of Islam and poems are recited by children.*"

Begins at sundown on the 30th

*source: wikipedia – Mawlid

Passover Fact #2 – Why is Matzoh eaten during Passover

Friday, March 30th, 2007

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Only foods that are “Kosher for Passover” are allowed. No leavened (containing yeast) foods or grains are eaten. In their place matzoh and foods containing matzoh are eaten. This is to commemorate the Israelites who fled quickly into the desert with no time for their breads to rise and were forced to bake the dough into hard crackers in the desert sun. *

Passover begins at sundown Monday April 02, 2007

*source: Passover on the Net – The Passover Seder

Passover Recipes – Delicious and "Kosher for Passover!"

Friday, March 30th, 2007

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With Passover only days away, there is still time for a new and easy holiday recipe to add to your Seder this year.

Visit our Passover celebration for great holiday recipes,  from “Passover Bagels“(!)* to “Passover Pizza.“**  All tasty, easy to make, and “Kosher for Passover“!

Passover begins at sundown Monday April 02, 2007

Passover on the Net – Passover Recipes
*Passover Bagels
**Passover Pizza

(March 30) Today we're celebrating. . . Grass Is Always Browner on the Other Side of the Fence

Friday, March 30th, 2007

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Grass Is Always Browner on the Other Side of the Fence*
Here’s to those who are happily satisfied and have chosen to look no further than their own relationships, their jobs, and their lives for greener pastures.

*Or is it?

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