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J.J. Vaquero - Hotel Marques de la Ensenada
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2011-03-13 00:57:59
Posted Date: 2011-03-13 00:57:59 , By : Julio Codesal (juyma)
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Todavía me estoy riendo. Humor de aquí.


A Zans for cans -- Have you a Zans for cans? You should !! ...item 4.. Bring Back Your Childhood with These Popsicle Recipes (Jun 14th, 2012) ...
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2010-08-23 19:44:13
Posted Date: 2010-08-23 19:44:13 , By : marsmet543
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They’re for anytime during the week when work, the kids, the sun and the fun have worn you down and you need to recharge your batteries.
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At our house we open cans. We have to open many cans. And that is why we have a Zans. A Zans for cans is very good. Have you a Zans for cans? You should !!
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.....item 1)..... aish.com ... HOME ... SPIRITUALITY ... LORI ALMOST LIVE! ... There for a Reason

Think you're in the wrong place? Think again.
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by Mrs. Lori Palatnik

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....youtube video... There for a Reason - Lori Almost Live ..... by LoriAlmostLiveVideo ... 3:06 minutes

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Uploaded by LoriAlmostLiveVideo on Jan 1, 2012

Think you're in the wrong place? Think again. This week Lori discusses her personal experiences while on a speaking tour.

For more articles and videos by Lori, visit www.aish.com

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Published: Saturday, December 31, 2011

About the Author
Mrs. Lori Palatnik

Lori Palatnik is an author and Jewish educator who has appeared on television and radio and has lectured on five continents, illuminating traditional practices and life-styles for our contemporary world. She and her husband, Rabbi Yaakov Palatnik, live in Washington, DC, where she is Executive Director of the Jewish Women's Renaissance Project. Lori is the author of "Friday Night and Beyond—The Shabbat Experience Step-by-Step"; "Remember My Soul", which explains the Jewish concepts of soul and the afterlife and a guide to anyone who has ever lost a loved one; and "Gossip—Ten Pathways to Eliminate It From Your Life and Transform Your Soul", featured on "Dr. Laura" and FoxNews.com.
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Why do we often ridicule those who are different?

by Jeff Kanew

JTube Questionable Broadcasts

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Published: Saturday, December 31, 2011


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.....item 3).... aish.com ... The Bagel Incident ... Luckily I have some vision of who I’d like to be and screaming like a banshee isn’t it.
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by Emuna Braverman
January 11, 2012 / 16 Tevet 5772

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It’s a tradition to make a celebration called a "siyum" when you finish a significant portion of the Torah.

Learning Torah, while not typically thought of as hard labor (no hard hat or construction boots) actually requires tremendous physical and intellectual effort (the two go hand in hand). And it demands determination and constancy. Like all of life’s true accomplishments, Torah is acquired through consistent effort, day in and day out. The consistency itself, in the face of life’s challenges is not small part of the achievement.

And so, my husband recently made a big siyum (a very big one!). We planned a modest celebration at our son’s high school.

Teenage boys are so easy to feed – some bagels, lox and cream cheese – and some homemade desserts. I was in charge of the food. I baked the cookies (my daughter made gingerbread cookies in the shape of Torahs – you’re never too old…), I sliced vegetables. I made platters of lox and purchased multiple containers of cream cheese.

And I order 6 dozen bagels from a local bakery, to be picked up at 6:30 a.m. the morning of the event.
I was very excited for my husband. I jumped out of bed and ran to the bakery. Okay, I picked my exhausted self slowly out of bed and dragged myself to the bakery – slightly later than the appointed time. But the bagels weren’t there.

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“What?!” I screamed. “We ordered these ahead of time. Everyone is waiting. My husband is making a siyum; we need these bagels!”

Actually, I didn’t scream. I waited somewhat patiently, exercising self-control – although my facial expression may have communicated my displeasure.

But I thought those thoughts. I could feel the frustration beginning to seep in and grow. And, yet, I wasn’t oblivious to the irony. It was a celebration of Torah learning, a study that is supposed to help us emulate the Almighty, to be more Godlike in our behavior.

To lose my temper at the bakery because I wanted bagels for the siyum would have missed the point entirely. I came close.

Luckily I stopped myself. Luckily I had perspective. Luckily I have some vision of who I’d like to be and that screaming banshee lurking in the dark recesses of my personality just isn’t it.

I’m very proud of my husband’s achievements. I like to think I’ve grown from it also. But it’s clearly not enough. I have a long way to go. I think I’d better do more than bask in his glory; I’d better immerse myself in some consistent Torah learning of my own.

And, in case you’re wondering, the staff at the bakery was very apologetic and delivered the bagels directly to my home 10 minutes later. Not a morsel was left…
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Enhancing Jewish Life ... Bring Back Your Childhood with These Popsicle Recipes
By Eileen Goltz | Jun 14th, 2012 |

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There is nothing like a popsicle to quench your thirst after a hothothot Shabbat walk. We’ve all, at one time or another, filled up paper cups with juice or a fruit purée and juice mixture, plunked a popsicle stick in it and stuck it in the freezer for 4 or 5 hours and, voila, The Popsicle (yes, a popsicle mold works just as well, but they’re not nearly as much fun as trying to get the popsicle stick to stay right in the middle of the cup and not lean drunkenly to one side).

Since it’s such a kid-friendly treat, it’s only fitting that a nice Jewish 11-year-old boy named Frank invented the popsicle. Ok, he did it by accident in 1903 and he originally named it the Epsicle (his last name was Epperson), but by the time his kids got hold of the frozen treat it had been renamed the popsicle and history, as they say, was made.

While buying popsicles is now the way most enjoy the cold delicious treat, I’m going to suggest that, as a fun summer project, moms and dads and kids of all ages challenge themselves to create wonderful and delicious homemade (no artificial colors, flavors or weird ingredients) popsicles. They’re for anytime during the week when work, the kids, the sun and the fun have worn you down and you need to recharge your batteries.
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NOTE: some of the recipes require Simple Syrup. Easy to make:

Simple Syrup

1/2 cup water

1/2 sugar

Combine the water and sugar in a sauce pan and cook over a medium heat. Stir until sugar dissolves. Let cool. This recipe can be doubled or tripled depending on how much you need. It will stay in the refrigerator for a few weeks.
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----- BANANA SPLIT POPSICLES (dairy)

Servings: 6

Ingredients:

1 banana

1/2 cup milk

1 tablespoon honey

1/3 cup vanilla yogurt

1/3 cup milk

1/4 cup chocolate chips or 1/4 cup chocolate syrup

1 teaspoon honey

4 strawberries or raspberries, fresh or frozen

1/4 to 1/2 cup milk

Popsicle molds or plastic cups

Directions:

In a blender or food processor combine the banana, honey, and milk. Process until smooth. Pour into Popsicle molds or 8 oz plastic cups until the mold or cup is 1/3 full. Place in the freezer and let set for at least 1 hour. Then, in the blender or food processor, combine the vanilla yogurt, milk, chocolate chips or syrup and honey. Gently spoon the chocolate mixture on top of the banana mixture until the cup or mold is 2/3 full. If you are using a cup, this is when you put the stick in, pushing it through the frozen banana layer so it stays in place. Refrigerate at least 2 hours. If you are using fresh berries use 1/4 cup milk. If you are using frozen berries use 1/2 cup milk. Process and then gently spoon into the cups or molds (put on the top of the mold). Freeze for at least 3 to 4 more hours.

Submitted by Jerome Weiner, age 10, Skokie, IL; edited by his mom Sheryl.
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----- CITRUS BERRY POPS (pareve)

The trick to the best flavor is to use FRESH fruit (not frozen) in this pop.
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Servings: 8

Ingredients:

1 cup puréed fresh raspberries (keep it a little chunky)

1 cup puréed fresh apricots or peaches (keep it a little chunky)

1 cup puréed fresh mango (with bits of fruit)

about 1/2 cup sugar

fresh lemon or lime juice

zest of 1 fresh lemon or lime

Directions:

Stir fruit purées in separate bowls and add sugar to taste and lemon or lime juice to taste. Pour the berry mixture about 1/3 up into 8 bar molds, add the sticks, and freeze until firm, about 1 hour. Refrigerate the remaining fruit mixtures. After 1 hour spoon the mango puree into the molds about 2/3’s of the way full and then return them to the freezer for 1 hour. At this point spoon the apricot or peach layer into the mold or cup, cover and freeze for at least 2 more hours or until the top layer is frozen.
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----- PEACHY MANGO FRUITSICLE (pareve)

Servings:

Ingredients:

1 cup puréed mango

1 cup puréed ripe peaches

1/4 cup simple syrup

juice of one lime or lemon juice (or to taste) (fresh is best)

6 to 8 popsicle sticks

Directions:

Combine fruit purées in a medium bowl and set them aside. Add the simple syrup to the fruit and mix to combine. Add lemon or lime juice to taste. Add to purées with lime or lemon juice to taste. If you have popsicle molds, fill them, leaving some room at the top to allow for expansion. Set the lids in place and insert the sticks through the holes. If you don’t have popsicle molds, fill small cups or empty yogurt tubs about 3/4 full, stretch plastic or foil across the top and make a small slit to insert sticks. Freeze until firmly set, 3 to 4 hours.

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