True Homeland Security and Grandma’s Unforgettable Porridge

 
True Homeland Security and Grandma’s Unforgettable Porridge

September 30th 2009By Jamie Geller

Ah, Sukkot! We’re eating and sleeping in huts with bamboo roofs, and praying that the temperature won’t dip too low. I confess that I’m glad that the custom is for men to sleep in the Sukkah, and not women. I wasn’t much for camping, even as a kid. At mealtimes, however, I love sitting in our Sukkah, watching the sunlight play off the decorations my kids and I had put up with such mirth. And I love to fill my Sukkah with guests, too, taking advantage of this enchanting ambiance as a setting for scrumptious, memorable meals.

 

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