31.12.2010 24.Tevet, 5771
From sangria sparklers to a standing roast beef to decadent chocolate cake, celebrate the last day of the year with a joyous festive feast.
While New Year’s is not a Jewish Holiday – I am always happy to raise a glass and join friends and loved ones in a toast. The collective hope for good health, happiness, peace and prosperity is always welcome and I do not ever hesitate to join in. This past year especially has been a trying one for many throughout the world and I for one am happy to see the secular year of 2010 pass.
I love celebratory gatherings and do not need my arm twisted to come up with reasons to make a festive meal. The double Whammy of Shabbat and New Year’s is certainly a reason for a fun and delicious meal and I am all in….