Welcome to another edition of the Real Food Holidays Blog Carnival – Sukkot 2010 edition. Link up your holiday recipes, share your menu ideas, and tips. Bloggers: link up your posts using the linky tools. Non-bloggers join the conversation by leaving your ideas in the comments below.
Sukkot is the Jewish harvest festival, celebrating the gathering in of fruit, farming and nature. Though there are no specific symbolic foods eaten on Sukkot, fruits and vegetables are abundant in many dishes. An important part of the celebration is building a Sukkah or booth/hut, commemorating the temporary shelters built by the Israelites while wandering in the dessert for 40 years. For this eight day festival all meals are eaten in the sukkah.
1. Share a post from your blog using the widget below.
(Under “Name” include your name and a description of your post)
2. Please link back to this post.
3. Leave a comment after linking.
If you don’t have a blog, please share your ideas in the comments below.
Remember to keep it real- whole foods without artificial ingredients, trans fats, or highly refined sugars.
See you November 29th for the next Real Food Holidays Blog Carnival – Chanukah 2010!!
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