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Yeah! It’s Chanukah!

What is Chanukah? Hanukkah, Chanukah or the Festival of Lights is a Jewish holiday celebrated for eight days around late November to late December. The name is derived from a Hebrew word meaning “to dedicate,” and during Hanukkah, the Jewish people commemorate the re-dedication of the Temple

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Calendar of events September-December 2013

    September  2013 Adults courses and catering To book an event with the JW3, please call 02074338988To book an event with the LJCC, please call 02084575000To book an event at home with Fabienne, please call 07973698046  High Holy Days, please call Fabienne for help to cook

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Jewish Chronicle Article, When haimishe food is rice with lots of spice, by Zoe Winograd

By Zoe Winograd, June 6, 2013 Extract from the article, mentionning Fabienne   For many of us living in the UK, Jewish cooking is all about the Ashkenazi staples — gefilte fish, cholent and chopped liver. Yet increasingly, the more exotic Sephardi food traditions are starting to

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