Ruti Presents This Week’s Havel-Havalim

Ruti Mizrachi presents this week’s HH. I haven’t participated in a long time. Making note to self, write more and send stuff in.


Keeping Up With Other Bloggers

I feel a bit badly about this, but I haven’t kept up with other bloggers for awhile. Here and there I read other Jewish blogs, but I have been spending a lot of my computer time checking out the American elections (I am a news junkie, and will be until the day after the American elections) and the news sites.

So, with this in mind, I decided to make more of an effort to get back to the Jewish blogosphere, especially now that it is Elul. (Wish me luck).

Batya hosts this weeks Havel Havalim here.  A Soldier’s Mother will be hosting next week.

Batya is also in charge of the Kosher Cooking Carnival. Getting new recipes before all of the holidays in Tishrei sounds like a good idea.


Serving in the IDF Reserves on Yom HaZikaron

Jameel has taken a break from his miluim (reserve) duty to write a great post about how it feels to serve in the IDF reserves on Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day. Go on over and take a look. A Soldier’s Mother gives her perspective on this trying and emotional day.

Esser Agoroth hosts this week’s Havel Havalim, 315th edition.

Lots of Delicious Recipes

There are lots of delicious recipes at this months’s edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival. Take a look! Esser Agoroth hosts this week’s Havel-Havalim here.

Havel Havalim Is Up

Havel Havalim is up now, this time number 306.

The Rebbetzin’s Husband Raises the Bar

The Rebbetzin’s Husband raises the bar this week with his edition of HH. Go over and be impressed!


Jack hosts this week’s Havel-Havalim here.  Mrs. S. hosts this month’s Kosher Cooking Carnival. Great stuff to read!

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