Welcome to another edition of the Real Food Holidays Blog Carnival – Shavuot 2011. Link up your holiday recipes and share your menu ideas and tips.
Join the conversation by leaving your recipes in the comments below. Bloggers: link up your posts using the linky tools.
Shavuot commemorates the day God gave the Torah to the nation of Israel at Mount Sinai and marks the end of the counting of the Omer – started at Passover. It is one of the Shalosh Regalim, the three biblical pilgrimage festivals. As with many Jewish holidays, Shavuot has an agricultural component, celebrating the grain harvest. It is customary to serve dairy foods on Shavuot. Cheesecake, blintzes, and noodle kugels are popular dishes in Ahskenazi homes.
1. Share a post from your blog using the linky tool below.
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If you don’t have a blog, please share your recipes and tips in the comments section.
Remember to keep it real – whole foods, without artificial ingredients, trans fats, and highly refined flours/sugars.
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