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BUTTERMILK FALLS CORRECTION Thanks for your info on Buttermilk Falls County Park. I wanted to point out just one correction: When taking the blue trail and going until the white trail to take it back to the parking lot, you need to make a right onto the white trail, not a left. A Reader
WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS Dear Drivers, I’m curious what you think when you see a woman waiting on the sidewalk for her child’s bus during a heavy rainstorm. Do you think: target practice!? Because that’s what it feels like. It was quite the interesting feeling to have a tidal wave wash over me on a Monsey street… Next time you see a person walking or waiting on the sidewalk, please slow down and veer away. It’s not fun to get soaked from “kup biz fees.” Sincerely, Drenched
RE: “THE PERSPECTIVE FROM ABOVE” Dear Upstairs Neighbor, It is quite understandable that a large family will make normal everyday noise. Everyone also understands that some kids were “created with genes that need action!” What’s not understandable is why other people have to suffer for what you think is normal noise. What you may think of as “confining kids,” may actually be plain old chinuch. Although “come winter or a rainy day, your kids may have different ideas for unwinding,” please do that on your own account. How about arts ‘n crafts, listening to a CD or baking with your children? With all due respect, scooters, pogo sticks and trampolines are just some examples of toys that belong outdoors only. Add to that jump ropes, rubbers and bouncing balls. It’s not just when we put our kids to sleep that we need to live peacefully. It’s also while we wash laundry, cook and bathe our kids that we don’t want scooters zooming on our heads. Those are not normal everyday sounds. Try to put yourself in your downstairs neighbor’s’ shoes. Why should someone
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NOT A WORD OF COMPLAINT After reading the back and forth of the upstairs and downstairs neighbor, I feel a public shout-out to my downstairs neighbor is in order. As I’m trying to raise a family of lively boys right over her head, not only has a word of complaint never crossed her lips, but even when pressed to the wall, she always insists that she hears no sounds coming from my apartment, no raised voices, no late-night crying and the “occasional” roughing around doesn’t bother her. While I definitely try to keep early morning noise away from sleeping quarters and am cognizant of the fact that noise from above is very disturbing (after all I’ve had my fair share of being woken up by my upstairs neighbor’s kids), call it lack of chinuch if you wish, but I often don’t manage to have rambunctious little people see things my way and stop them from banging, jumping or moving furniture around. I thank Hashem for granting me such special neighbors with whom it is a pleasure to share living space. A Grateful Upstairs Neighbor
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Becoming Weigh Smarter Where Do I Start? IN OUR EAT-AND-RUN, massive portion-sized culture, maintaining a healthy weight can be tough. Losing weight can be even tougher. If you’ve tried and failed to lose weight in the past, you might believe that diets don’t work — and you’re probably right. If you never eat anything you like, your diet will probably fail. It took me a good 10 years to figure that out, and you don’t want to take that same path. There are many ways to develop a healthy relationship with food, curb emotional triggers that lead to overeating and achieve lasting weight loss. Let’s outline some important points so you can decide what best fits your needs.
Calories 1. Weight loss isn’t a linear process that simply happens over time. When you cut calories, which is the focus of most conventional diets (in different shapes and forms — like the point system, weighing every ounce of food or simply counting your total caloric intake for the day), it all boils down to the same problem. If, for example, you start on 1,500 calories and you drop weight, you will need to keep cutting calories in order to achieve your goal. Some people get to 1,000 calories and can no longer lose weight. The sad part is that when your caloric intake is too low, your metabolism slows down, hunger kicks in, and before you know it, you’re right where you started — only with a few extra pounds. 2. A calorie isn’t always a calorie. While you can certainly argue that 100 calories is 100 calories, your body metabolizes different foods in different ways. For example, eating 100 calories of honey or corn syrup will have a totally different effect on your body than eat-
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ing 100 calories of broccoli or lean protein. The latter will burn off extra body fat for fuel, while the sugary stuff will add inches to your waistline. 3. Many of you don’t necessarily eat to satisfy your hunger. You may turn to food for immediate comfort or to relieve stress from your work, from boredom, from loneliness, or just because. With this type of overeating, most weight-loss plans will derail quickly. Of course, since I’m a low-carb pro, I find this approach a smart way to go. Whenever your insulin spikes (you don’t need to be diabetic!), the only choice your body has is to break those calories down into glucose and store the extra glucose as fat! Some people can handle more carbs per meal than others, but if you’re struggling with your weight and you feel like you’ve tried it all, this might be something to consider. I know many people are shocked to hear this, but guess what? Some fruits are loaded with sugar (albeit natural sugar), and ingesting fruit all morning can flood your system with a tremendous amount of glucose. When your insulin spikes, the only way for your body to get rid of the extra sugar is to store it as fat in your cells. So, if you love fresh fruit and you’re trying to lose weight without results, now you know it’s likely because you’re ingesting too much sugar. And while you’re consuming sugar from fruit rather than cake, once your body breaks down the energy into glucose, it doesn’t matter where it came from. The truth of the matter is that sugar is sugar. So now that you have
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THE PRINCIPAL OF a Bais Yaakov retired, and it came time to select a new principal. Several of the candidates stood out as obvious choices. These were women who lived and breathed Bais Yaakov. They were veteran teachers whose students always excelled in every way. They attended teachers’ conventions and were constantly revamping their teaching style to meet the needs of the current generation of students. There was one candidate — Mrs. Blumenfeld — who might have been overlooked among this sea of professionals. She was not at all the obvious choice. She, too, put great effort into her teaching, but she had not developed much of a public reputation as a teacher. She attended conventions like the others, but she just sat quietly, listening carefully and taking notes. However, it was she who was chosen as the next principal. The board of directors understood that their choice would elicit surprise, and therefore they decided to add an explanation as to why this woman had been chosen. In their letter of announcement, they explained: “While there were many exceptional candidates considered for this job, one factor made Mrs. Blumenfeld stand out. Mrs. Blumenfeld always put the learning of the students ahead of everything, even her own career. Mrs. Blumenfeld was not merely content to become an excellent educator — without fear of competition, she made sure that other teachers could maximize their potential as well. When she attended the teachers’ convention each year, she donated money to the
scholarship fund, thus affording more teachers the opportunity to grow as educators alongside her. In addition, Mrs. Blumenfeld made the curriculum materials that she had created open and public so that other teachers could use the work she had developed to help in their own teaching. A true leader is one who is not only concerned with her own growth, but one who enables others to grow, which is why we selected Mrs. Blumenfeld.” In Parshas Pinchas, Moshe Rabbeinu informs the daughters of Tzelafchad that Hashem agreed that they should be granted a portion of the land in Eretz Yisroel as their inheritance. There is an interesting Midrash that Moshe Rabbeinu then approached Hashem and asked that the next leader of the Bnei Yisroel should be one of his sons as their inheritance, just like the daughters of Tzelafchad were granted their portion of land as an inheritance. (Bamidbar Rabbah 21:14) Hashem responded that Yehoshua should be the next leader of Klal Yisroel, not one of Moshe Rabbeinu’s sons. Hashem explained that Moshe’s sons “sat for themselves and were not osek b’Torah.” Hashem went on to explain that Yehoshua served Moshe greatly and accorded him much honor, adding: “He would come early and leave your council chamber late; he would arrange the benches and roll out the mats.” In his Divrei Aggadah, Rav Elyashiv, ztz”l, explains that Moshe Rabbeinu’s sons were talmidei chachamim of sufficient caliber to lead the
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Prosecutors Consider Upgraded Charges After Death of Baby in Route 59 Accident AFTER CLINGING TENACIOUSLY to life for nine days, the youngest victim of the horrific crash that injured four members of the same family as they walked alongside Route 59 near Robert Pitt Drive was niftar last week in Westchester. The Journal News reported that 62-year-old Albert Gomez of Spring Valley hit the mother and her three children after swerving onto the shoulder because he believed he had been cut off by a taxi. Police have classified the accident as an incident of road rage. The three-month-old baby boy was in a stroller when
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the fatal crash took place and photos taken shortly after the accident showed the overturned stroller at the side of the road. All four victims were taken to Westchester County Medical Center in Valhalla. Executive District Attorney Richard Kennison Moran said that the death of the baby boy may result in upgraded charges against Gomez. “We are considering all options, including upgrading the charges to manslaughter,” said Moran. Renewed calls have been issued over the past week for much needed pedestrian safety improvements in the area.
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“HENYA? WE WORKED too hard to make this real. Don’t let it be destroyed,” Tilla said. “Often when someone builds according to a vision, one must allow the vision to solidify, and they find it’s not exactly as intended. It can’t be. We’re only Henya feels confused about her trip to human. What can we understand? Can we unNew York to visit Bianca, and about their derstand the Eibishter’s vegen?” relationship. As she walks through the idyl“Is a tree ever perfect?” Tilla continued. “Is a person, any person, even the greats — are they lic town to think about this and the threat perfect? Even Tzidkiyahu strayed when he was to their new community, she meets Tilla, old. And can you say that a world in which Hashwho tells Henya that she needs to step up em allowed your family and my family to perish to the plate. at the hands of human beings… can you say this world is perfect?” “How can you say that?” Henya said. “I never think back. I don’t ask questions.” “Maybe Hashem’s way of doing things is this way. This way where flaws make room for growth, where worms eat at earth so roots can claw their way down. Where a shtetl shakes and rattles, one person moves away so that all others will commit to being there for each other.” It couldn’t be, Henya thought. It couldn’t be that what she said makes sense. And then there was always room to decide if one led her life according to what made sense — logic, or according to what resonated in her heart — wisdom. But how was she to know? When a woman finds the courage to invoke Motherless. No elder women the memory of her beloved, murdered moth- with their matriarchal wisdom. No babbas. And it was up to her to be wise. er, one doesn’t ask. She nodded instead. “Tilla?” she said, protesting. But this woman was so irrefutable, she was like a cave of darkness where, wanting to find the light, one is drawn in deeper. “Tilla, at the end of the day, we will allow the community to decide. Each person will decide when… if… we need to move. But I want you to know that what you did for me here, I will never forget. We will always remain friends.” Tilla laughed, her lashes tilted to drink up the sun.
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“That’s not the way it works.” “Oh?” Henya asked, miffed and suddenly defensive, her arms a shield across her chest, not even realizing she was defending against not this, but a host of implications. “We can’t remain friends, can we?” “Well, a real friend does everything. You’d come out more. You’d let down your guard. You wouldn’t invite that friend of yours, before you’ve made peace with all of us,” Tilla said, her candidness a frank cold water slap on a hot summer day. “And what if my old friend comes first?” “That’s fine. But it’s a choice. I won’t believe you when you say we will always be friends. We won’t.” Faivel was straining to get out from his carriage strap. She unbuckled him and let him down on the grass and stubble, distracted. He was wearing his white romper, already grass-green across the tummy. Henya looked away, because it was below her to beg for her friend to say the sentences that would release her from her misery. Yet, in the curiosity of her liver, she pined to promise her loyalty. But not at the expense of Bianca. “Sometimes I think,” Tilla said, “I think I am my mother.” She laughed at this, moisture filling up her eyes. “My mother was so… all knowing.” She brushed her feet in round sweeps across the grass. The grass bowed. “My mother isn’t here. But I am. I am at the age she was — almost, not quite, but almost — when she was wise.” Henya regarded her friend, and her display of nostalgia. The words, the tone, the feelings; it was something she’d never let… show. “My mother set the tone for the house, for the community, in her quiet way,” Tilla said. “No one knew. But it was there. She was the queen. She was the wise one. We women have more power than we think.” Henya didn’t see what this discussion had to do with the shtetl. But she wasn’t going to point that out. When a woman finds the courage to invoke the memory of her beloved, murdered mother, one doesn’t ask. She nodded instead. “If your husband asks you what
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was falling apart from the loss of one family to the fledgling shtetl. She had to think about that. The sun was too strong, it gave her a headache. “When I came here, and I saw that you were always hiding out in your home, I didn’t just hide from you. I did something. Even though I was new. I knocked in. I pulled you out. I cared. You should, too. Unless you never did. Maybe you never did.” “Maybe,” Henya said. “Maybe I want to go back to the city. Maybe. I don’t know. But maybe.” “Well, then that’s okay. But you’ve chosen. You’ve chosen your desires over our futures. And I’m okay with you think, than at least to him, it’s that; just let’s not pretend it isn’t hapclear that your woman’s wisdom will pening.” ultimately decide. That you are the “I would never.” one who will make this shtetl either “But you do,” Tilla said. “When you live or die.” allow others to move, when you see So they had traversed to safer new families and you don’t see it as grounds. Tilla was talking about your responsibility to make them feel husbands, not parents. Henya drew wanted, you do. And let me be clear. I breath. “We don’t always want to use don’t care if you disagree with me. In our power.” Henya conceded to what fact, I’d be happy about it. I’d say, at least she’s honest. “I want to know where you stand. But she wouldn’t think, nor And if you’re too afraid to take a act. Because when she came stand, you’re still home, the phone was ringing. taking a stand, you’re just hiding it. You’re still throwing her friend was saying by arguing the stones at all of us, just from behind point. your back. Do you realize that your “People are leaving already. Your choices matter? That by staying small, husband did all he could, building, quiet and uncaring, all of us will lose constructing. But you need to breathe each other?” life into this town.” She hadn’t. She truly hadn’t. “I Henya looked down at her shoes. need to think,” Henya said. Three months ago, they were elegant “You need to act,” Tilla said. T-straps. Now, they were sullied with But she wouldn’t think, nor act. earth. Because when she came home, the “So then don’t pretend as if you’ve phone was ringing. got nothing to do with it.” “If you think you can snatch away “But I don’t.” my wife, eating at her vulnerabilities “But you do, if you remain silent to build your shtetl”— Mr. Heller’s anand don’t act,” Tilla said. “When you ger was clearly spilling over his selfsee people still have not found their contained lips —“I will have you know place. It means you are choosing to al- that I will do everything in my power low them to be sent away.” to prevent that.” Well, maybe Henya was. Perhaps To be continued... she was. She wasn’t sure. She didn’t give herself this much power in a re- Chany Rosengarten authors columns and lationship. Each person could choose. serialized novels in leading publications. Or could they? Already, her husband She can be reached at email@example.com.
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Strawberries Who doesnâ€™t love strawberries? Although fresh strawberries are not widely used anymore, we can easily substitute the frozen bags and it will yield just as luscious and refreshing results. Let the strawberries completely defrost before using them.
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STRAWBERRY TART This tart is a treat for the eyes and the palate! Since it is milchig, it is a great choice for a late shalosh seudos dessert. Fruity and filling — a real treat!
CRUST: 1 ¼ cup flour 1 stick margarine 1/3 cup sugar ¼ teaspoon salt
FILLING: 1 bar cream cheese ¼ cup sugar 1 ½ lb. frozen strawberries, dissolved and cut in half ¼ cup strawberry jam
DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350°. Using your hands or a pastry cutter, combine flour, margarine, sugar and salt. Transfer dough to a 9-inch round tart pan with a removable bottom. If you don’t have one, you could always use a disposable 9-inch round pan. Press dough evenly into pan and up the sides. Freeze crust until firm, for 15 minutes. Using a fork, prick crust all over and bake for 30 minutes. Press down gently with a spoon if puffed up. Cool completely in pan. 2. To make filling: Mix cream cheese and sugar until smooth; spread mixture evenly in bottom of baked crust. 3. Starting from the outside edge, arrange strawberry halves in tight circles over cream cheese.
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4. Microwave strawberry jam until liquefied, and gently brush strawberries with jelly. Let chill for 1 hour before serving. Remove from pan just before serving.
STRAWBERRY GELATINS Once you taste these strawberry gelatins, you will never, ever go back to making the store-bought strawberry jello again – ever! It’s that good!
INGREDIENTS: 1 ½ lbs. frozen strawberries, defrosted ¾ cup sugar 2 tablespoons lemon juice 2 packs clear jello
DIRECTIONS: 1. Quarter the strawberries and place into a large bowl together with sugar and lemon juice. Set aside for about 10 minutes. 2. Place 1 cup cold water in a small pot and sprinkle jello over water. Let stand for 5 minutes. 3. Puree strawberry mixture in blender. Strain through a sieve into a large bowl. Add enough water to strained jello mixture that it should total 3 cups. 4. Heat the water and jello over medium heat, until it just starts to boil and jello dissolves. Stir into blended strawberry mixture. Divide mixture among 4 dessert cups and chill until firm, about 3 hours. 5. To serve, chop a few defrosted strawberries and spoon on top of chilled gelatins.
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ALMOND FLAVORED CORNMEAL SHORTCAKES This dessert screams summer. It makes for a beautiful presentation and has a heavenly taste. Enjoy! SHORTCAKES: ¾ stick margarine ½ cup flour ¾ cup sliced almonds (make sure it is sliced and not slivered almonds) ¾ cup sugar 2 eggs ¼ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
FILLING: 1 lb. frozen strawberries 1/3 cup sugar ¾ cup whip cream
DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350°. 2. In a food processor, blend ½ cup sliced almonds with sugar until finely ground. Add margarine, eggs, vanilla and salt. Blend until well combined. Add flour and cornmeal and continue blending until just combined. 3. Divide batter evenly among 6 jumbo greased muffin tins. Sprinkle with remaining ¼ cup sliced almonds. Bake for about 20–25 minutes, until toothpick inserted in center comes out dry. Cool completely. 4. Quarter strawberries. Combine in a bowl with ⅓ cup sugar. Let stand until syrupy, for at least 20 minutes. 5. In a separate bowl whip the cream until peaks form.
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6. With a serrated knife, split cooled shortcakes horizontally. Place bottom half on dessert plate. Dividing evenly, layer with sweetened strawberries and whipped cream; cover with shortcake tops.
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I thought we are here to see planes, I think to myself as we enter a long, concrete tunnel that is somewhat dark and eerie. Our footsteps echo as we follow our guide down the endless path, not quite sure where we are headed, or even, where we are. The arced ceiling is lined with pipes of various sizes, and the fluorescent lights remind me that we are well underground. This place definitely feels like a bunker. Our trek awards us with an occasional door etched into the side of the concrete, leading to who-knowswhere, and yet we continue on, another step, another moment in
THE BOEING FACTORY AT EVERETT DID YOU KNOW?
The main assembly building is 472 million cubic feet of space that covers 98.3 acres!
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the belly of this beast. Finally, after more than a quarter mile, we reach an industrial elevator that opens its jaws to devour us who seek to enter. With a creak and groan, the doors
It is the largest manufacturing building in the world.
slide shut and we begin our ascent. Moments later we exit, entering a new world of light, anticipation rising. Now we will see planes. We’ve come to the Boeing factory in Everett, Washington to watch as the modern day beasts of aviation come to life. Here they are hammered and nailed, custom made to suit the countries and airlines that have ordered them. To tell the truth, technology’s not really my thing — even if it kept me 35,000 feet in the air on the trip over. Honestly, I’d rather be at Seattle’s oceanside aquarium where baby sea lions scamper over their sleeping mothers and otters pry their dinner loose from the inside of urchins. Or perhaps, I’d rather be on the whale-watching tour we’d scheduled before reality hit: The reality that we’d be floating on a man-made object above a limitless, tempestuous body of water, host to multiton levyasan-type creatures that would be breaching alongside us, known by the nickname of Killer Whale. On second thought, Boeing sounds pretty good. And so we begin the climb up a steep set of stairs until we are roughly 50 feet above the mammoth plane parts below. This is the world’s largest building by volume, and several aircraft are being formed here, bit by painstaking bit. Hundreds of workers swarm the floor, each diligently focused on a unique task at hand. Here and there yellow bikes are parked and the occasional employee is seen pedaling,
The Boeing building is so large that clouds formed near the roof when the building was first built. An air circulation system solved that problem; otherwise it might have rained on the workers!
The first 747 produced at the Everett factory took only 16 months to make.
destination unknown. “At Boeing, all of our employees are given bikes to transport them from one place to another,” the guide explains. It makes sense, considering the sheer size of but this one single part of the factory. There are more places we are not granted access to, but we can imagine how vast Boeing’s property extends, considering that it’s home to 30,000 employees, its own fire station, multiple cafes, a
The Everett factory produces the jetliners 747, 767, 777 and the 787.
Twenty-six overhead cranes installed on 39 miles of ceiling tracks are how plane parts are moved around the factory.
daycare and a gym. Despite the vast offerings, it’s a camera-free tour that’s offered at Boeing, with all personal items left behind in freely supplied lockers. The scene is recorded in only our minds for posterity. Peering below us, we watch as workers focus on the minute details of manufacturing giants. Everything from the nuts and IT MAY bolts that hold the plane together SEEM LIKE A to the window SMALL THING, shades that passengers will slide A SINGLE SCREW, open and closed are assembled with intense care and BUT WHEN focus. Of course, considerIT COMES TO ing the nature of planes to carry people far above terra PLANES, THAT SINfirma, safety is of utmost conGLE SCREW MAY cern. There are logbooks that record every action taken, MEAN THE DIFFERand multiple people are reENCE BETWEEN sponsible for the installation of FLIGHT AND every screw, with FALL. at least three staff members doublechecking the previous person’s work. It may seem like a small thing, a single screw, but when it comes to planes, that single screw may mean the difference between flight and fall. There’s no room for error when it comes to aircraft. The planes are being assembled in sections, and when all sections are complete, they will be joined together to form the final product, delighting the purchaser who’s been wait-
There are 2.3 miles of tunnels underneath the factory for workers to use in inclement weather and for managing the utilities.
In 2015 Boeing donated all of its bicycles to charity and replaced them with adult tricycles for safer employee transportation.
The factory has produced over 3,600 jets since 1967.
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ing quite some time. The average plane can take anywhere from 2–11 years from order to completion, though the final assembly at the Everett factory takes up only a portion of that time. It’s the custom manufacturing of each piece that is done elsewhere that adds on years; by the time everything reaches Everett, it’s just putting Humpty Dumpty together, which takes only a short while, comparatively. And of course, before the final product is given the goahead to fly beyond Boeing walls, it will be subjected to various safety tests to ensure that everything is up to par. When all checks out, it’s time for that plane to fly. HUNThe ones beneath us are not ready yet, but soon, DREDS OF soon they’ll have their WORKERS glory days, far above in the cloud-filled sky. SWARM THE We leave the gigantic FLOOR, EACH factory behind and wrap up our tour in the Boeing DILIGENTLY Future of Flight museum, adjacent to the gift store. FOCUSED ON A In this large, light-flooded UNIQUE TASK room, dissected airplane pieces are placed strategiAT HAND. cally across the tiled floor, begging curious onlookers to caress their shiny frames. We’d never be able to do this in an airport, where a traveler is granted access to the inner parts of the plane but never the glorious exterior. It’s time for a photo op, now that we have our camera back, and my husband trots over to a man in a leather jacket who sports a gelled ponytail and perhaps an earring or two. Don’t ask him! I mentally urge my husband, but it seems he doesn’t read minds. I’m surprised when Mr. Leather smiles at us, takes camera in hand, and zooming in on the clearly chasidishe couple in front of him, snaps a photo. Handing the device back to my husband, he says, “I’m Jewish, too, you know.”
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Really?! “You familiar with New York?” he asks, as if he really has no clue that we’d just arrived from there… “There’s a big synagogue in Brooklyn, over in a place called Borough Park. Ever heard of that area?” We nod our heads, admitting that we’re quite familiar indeed. “Beth El, over on 15th Avenue. I was bar mitzvah’ed there,” he proudly says, using the word as a verb instead of a noun. A transient thing, the bar mitzvah. An act to engage in and then move on. My heart hurts for the man, for the lost treasure he doesn’t know he’s missing. A few minutes of small talk later and the man’s son who’s been waiting patiently on the side, urges his father on. With a wave and smile, he’s gone, this meeting of Jewish souls in an unlikely place but a fleeting moment in eternity. Perhaps, just maybe, some spark is kindled in that pintele Yid. I guess we didn’t come for the planes after all.
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Now that the regular weekly routine of backpacks and homework is replaced with “What are we doing today, Mommy?” advertisements for kosher vacations to exotic places linger in my mind. At this point, the practical side of my brain reminds me that traveling is fun and exciting, but also stressful and expensive. Instead of trying to come up with a good counter argument, I have decided that I should take “Mrs. Practical’s” reminder to heart and have created a plan to travel the world without leaving home. My itinerary includes adventures in India, Vietnam, China, Mexico and Ethiopia, without having to worry about packing bags, connecting flights, or jet lag. Your family will love experiencing a taste of travel, both through the flavorful recipes, and fascinating facts about Jewish connections to each of these countries. Don’t forget to pull out a camera and snap a few shots! If you have time at the end of your travel adventures, you can put together a scrapbook of memories to flip through once you are back in weekly routine mode. Bon Voyage!
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MANGO LASSI: A Mango Lassi smoothie is a delicious and easy introduction to the flavors of India for your whole family. Smoothies are great for the hot summer days and, with the addition of cardamom, you will be quickly transported to the hectic streets of Mumbai — without having to worry about losing sight of kids!
INGREDIENTS: 2 cups chopped frozen mango, slightly defrosted 1 ½ cups full-fat yogurt ½ cup milk ½ teaspoon ground cardamom or ground cinnamon (For a more traditional Indian flavor use cardamom) 2 tablespoons honey
DIRECTIONS: 1. Place all of ingredients into a blender, and blend until smooth and creamy.
1. When Marco Polo traveled through India in 1293 he wrote about meeting a thriving community of Jews on India’s southwestern coast. 2. The Paradesi Synagogue, built in Cochin in South India in 1567, is the oldest active synagogue in the Commonwealth. 3. When a shipment of Sifrei Torah, siddurim and religious items arrived in Cochin from Holland in 1686, the Jewish community declared the day a local holiday. 4. Jack Jacob, a Jewish LieutenantGeneral in the Indian military during the Bangladesh War of Independence, recalled saying Shema Yisrael and davening for Hashem’s help while waiting for General A.A.K. Niazi of Pakistan to decide on the Bangladeshi ceasefire he had been sent to present to the Pakistani general. 5. For over 40 years, Muhammad Abdul Yassin, a Muslim in Mumbai, engraved all of the Jewish tombstones for the Mumbai Jewish Cemetery. When Yassin was ready to retire, his sons Salaam and Islam took over the family business.
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CHICKEN SALAD ROLLS: Servings: 6 rolls 1. Jules Rueff, a Jewish-French merchant and shipowner, is credited with originating the plans for the railroad in Saigon-My Tho in Cochinchina in the 1870s. 2. The United States Consul in Saigon from 1929–1932 was a Jewish diplomat named Henry Samuel Waterman. 3. While under Vichy-French rule from 1940–1945, anti-Semitic laws were implemented in Vietnam (then known as French Indochina).
The best part about making these Chicken Salad Rolls is the fun your kids will have rolling them! Also, the fact that you can use up your leftover Shabbos chicken makes this recipe a double win! Once you get the hang of the technique, your kids will want to you to make all their favorite dishes in rolled form… spaghetti and meatball salad rolls anyone?
INGREDIENTS: 2 cups shredded leftover Shabbos chicken (or 2 chicken breasts baked and shredded) Fresh veggies of your choice sliced into sticks (e.g. cucumbers, bell peppers, carrots, green beans, avocado) Lettuce of your choice
4. In 1999, Rabbi Ari Z. Zivotofsky discussed in the Journal of Halacha and Contemporary Society the halachic status of the wild saola (a forest dwelling mammal) which was discovered in Vietnam in 1993. Interestingly, Rabbi Zivotofsky explained that the wild saola has kosher simanim but lacks a mesorah, so the kosher status of the animal is questionable, according to some authorities.
Sweet chili sauce
5. Around 10,000 to 15,000 Jewish businesspeople and tourists travel to Vietnam every year and approximately 100 to 150 Jews live there yearround.
Vegetable oil for frying
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6 rice paper sheets (alternatively you can use egg roll wrappers; for instructions see the note below)
IF USING EGG ROLL WRAPPERS: 6 egg roll wrappers, defrosted 1 egg, lightly beaten with 1 teaspoon of water
DIRECTIONS: 1. For leftover Shabbos chicken: shred chicken using two forks to pull the meat apart • If making fresh chicken breast: Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper and bake at 350° F (180° C) for approximately 30 minutes or until cooked through. • Note: Let chicken cool until easily shredded, using two forks 2. Slice veggies into sticks approximately 4 inches long (doesn’t need to be exact). • If using green beans, chop off the ends and cut to the same approximate length. 3. Wash and check lettuce. • Note: If using egg roll wrappers (which don’t need to be soaked) skip instructions 4 and 5 below. 4. Fill a round cake or frying pan (or any shallow round pan you have in your kitchen) with an inch of room temperature water. 5. Place one sheet of rice paper in water for 20–25 seconds until the paper becomes soft (you want it to still have some stiffness or it will tear easily when you are rolling it). 6. Place rice paper (or egg roll wrappers) on a flat, clean surface, and pour a small amount of sweet chili sauce in the center spreading it around with the back side of a spoon. 7. Layer lettuce, then veggies and chicken onto the center of the rice paper or egg roll wrapper.
8. Note: For egg roll wrappers, lightly brush the corners with egg wash. 9. Roll the rice paper or egg roll wrapper the same way you would roll a burrito • Mentally divide rice paper or egg roll wrapper into 3 (the part closest to you, the two sides and the part furthest away from you). • Lift the part closest to you up over the filling. • Fold in the two side flaps creating an envelope. • Roll slowly away from you tucking in any ingredients that may start to spill out. 10. Serve with teriyaki or sweet chili sauce for dipping. • Note: Wait a minute or two before eating your salad rolls, so that the rice paper can stiffen slightly. 11. Egg Roll Instructions: After rolling, place the rolls seamside down on a plate or baking sheet. Fill a large skillet with oil, approximately ¼ inch deep, and heat over medium to medium-low heat. Fry the egg rolls 5 minutes or until crispy and golden brown on all sides.
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CRISPY ORANGE BEEF: Serving Size: 6 Chinese food has long been a cuisine offered by kosher restaurants, but you may not know that there are many regional Chinese cuisines, each with their own unique flavors and ingredients. Crispy Orange Beef is a child-friendly version of the more traditional crispy ginger beef (which can be an intense flavor for kids) paired with a delicious orange sauce. Your kids will love the crunchy texture of the beef and the exciting, yet still kid-friendly sauce.
INGREDIENTS: 1 ½ pounds beef (rib eye or shoulder top cut) cut into strips ¼ cup cornstarch ½ cup vegetable oil
SAUCE: ½ cup chicken or vegetable broth ¼ cup orange juice
DIRECTIONS: 1. Line a baking pan with paper towels and place beef strips in a single layer onto the paper towel. Refrigerator for 30 minutes to dry out. 2. Mix sauce ingredients in a medium bowl and set aside. 3. After 30 minutes, remove the beef from the fridge and put in a zip top baggie with ¼ cup cornstarch. 4. Tightly close the bag and shake the beef in the cornstarch until beef is completely coated.
½ cup sugar
5. Heat oil over medium-high heat in a heavy bottomed, deep frying pan.
2 tablespoons, plus 2 teaspoons of white vinegar
6. Fry beef in small batches until crispy and golden brown and set aside.
1 teaspoon sweet chili sauce
7. Pour off most of the remaining oil, leaving approximately 1 tablespoon in pan.
⅛ cup soy sauce
8. Pour marinade into the pan and bring to a boil.
2 garlic cloves, minced
9. Once at a boil, turn down heat and let the sauce simmer until thick and syrupy (approximately 5 minutes).
¼ teaspoon ground ginger ¼ teaspoon white pepper
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10. Return beef to pan and coat in sauce. 11. Serve over your favorite rice or noodles.
1. Some historians claim that a Jewish community was founded in Kaifeng (the capital of the Honan province in central China) in 200 CE or perhaps even earlier, but most evidence supports a Jewish migration to Kaifeng from Persia starting in 960 CE. 2. Jews who came to Kaifeng between 960â€“ 1127 practiced Judaism freely and continued to give their children Hebrew names for eight to nine generations, and, at the same time, immersed themselves in Chinese culture and society. 3. During the Mongol rule of Kaifeng, Jewish and Muslim ritual slaughter was banned because the Emperor was angered by the idea that his subjects believed the meat the Emperor was eating wasnâ€™t good enough for them. 4. In 1663, 241 members of the approximately 5,000 member Jewish community passed government exams and became Chinese officials, including 21 community officials and 38 civil, military, academic, and medical officials. 5. Although it is difficult to trace the Jewish roots of the people living in Kaifeng today, there are some families who continue to practice Jewish rituals such as lighting Shabbos candles and not eating pork.
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1. When Hernan Cortes embarked on his conquest of the Aztec Empire in 1521, many Conversos (Jews who had been forcibly converted to Catholicism, but secretly continued to live as Jews) joined the expedition in the hopes of escaping the Spanish Inquisition. 2. During his reign from 1864 to 1867, Mexican emperor Maximilian I invited Jews from Belgium, France and AustroHungary to live in Mexico, but by 1867 only 20 Jewish families had officially settled. 3. In 1899, Francisco Rivas launched a weekly journal called El Sabado Secreto (The Secret Sabbath) which featured articles on Sephardi history and language. 4. The first Talmud Torah in Mexico was established by Turkish Jewish immigrants in 1905. 5. Today’s vibrant and diverse Mexican Jewish community can trace its roots back to Jewish immigrants from Spain, Portugal, Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, and the United States, amongst other countries.
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Whether the next travel destination on our itinerary is familiar to you and your family or you’ve never ventured south of the border, the best thing about making Mexican Seven Layer Dip is watching the excitement in your kids’ eyes grow as they add each mouthwatering layer. Make sure to take a picture of the finished product for your Travel the World scrapbook, but be quick or your Seven Layer Dip will be gone before you know it!
INGREDIENTS: 1 (16 ounce) can baked kidney beans 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon cumin 1 package taco seasoning mix 1 (8-ounce) container sour cream 1 cup of salsa 1 or 2 avocados peeled, pitted and chopped 1 green bell pepper, roughly chopped 1 bag shredded cheddar cheese 1 can sliced black olives 1 large tomato, roughly chopped 1–2 green onions chopped (optional) 1 bag of taco chips for scooping
DIRECTIONS: 1. Heat beans in a medium saucepan over low heat for approximately 5 minutes. 2. Using the backside of a fork or potato masher, test to see if beans are easily mashed 3. Once easily mashed, remove them from the heat and add the garlic powder, cumin, and taco seasoning 4. Mash bean and spice mixture until smooth 5. Spread beans in a 9 x 13 glass dish or a deep, round glass serving dish (glass is not integral but your kids will love seeing the layers before they quickly devour the dip) 6. Layer sour cream over beans 7. Pour salsa over sour cream 8. Chop the avocado and green bell pepper and layer over salsa 9. Sprinkle a liberal amount of cheese (donâ€™t hesitate to use the whole bag) over the veggies 10. Drain black olives and spread over cheese layer 11. Top off the dip with chopped tomato and green onions 12. Open a bag of your favorite taco chips and dig in!
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INJERA BREAD Ethiopian Injera Bread wins the award for most fun to eat! Instead of using forks and spoons, your children will revel in using the Injera bread to scoop everything up on their plate. Because of its spongy texture, Injera bread is the perfect utensil for dips and saucy meat dishes. Your kids will finally have the excuse they’ve been looking for to eat with their hands!
INGREDIENTS: 1 ½ tablespoons yeast
1 cup whole wheat flour
½ teaspoon white sugar
3 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup lukewarm water
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups room temperature seltzer Vegetable oil for frying
DIRECTIONS: 1. Place yeast, sugar and lukewarm water in a small bowl and lightly stir.
4. Slowly pour in seltzer, mixing as you pour to avoid lumps forming.
2. Cover with a dish towel and put aside for 10 minutes
5. Add yeast mixture and stir until a smooth batter forms.
3. While waiting for the yeast to ferment, whisk together whole wheat flour, allpurpose flour and salt.
6. Turn oven to lowest heat possible (you will be warming the already made Injera bread while you continue frying the
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remaining batter). 7. Line a baking pan with parchment paper and place in oven. 8. Heat a non-stick frying pan on low and drizzle 1 tablespoon of oil in the pan. 9. Once the oil begins to sizzle slightly, pour half a cup of batter into the pan, spreading it out to cover the entire bottom of the pan (the Injera bread should only be slightly thicker than a crepe so you have to move quickly to make sure the batter spreads before it begins to cook). 10. Remove from heat when bubbles begin to form and the surface is dry to the touch. 11. Move bread to oven and repeat steps 8 through 10 until you have finished using all of the batter (you may not need to use a full tablespoon of oil for each portion of Injera bread but make sure the pan isnâ€™t completely dry). 12. Serve with your favorite dips or saucy meat dish. Note: Donâ€™t be tempted to turn up the heat to speed up the cooking process; Injera bread should be sponge-like and not crispy.
1. The earliest known reference to Ethiopian Jews (also known as Beta Israel) is found in the personal diary of Eldad HaDani. He wrote in the 9th century about living in an independent eastern African Jewish state whose citizens considered themselves descendants of the tribes of Dan, Asher, Gad and Naphtali. 2. When Scottish explorer James Bruce traveled to East Africa in 1769 with the hope of discovering the source of the Nile, he also discovered a local Jewish population of an estimated 100,000 members, which was not known about in the western world. 3. Professor Joseph Halevy was the first European Jew to visit the Beta Israel when he traveled to East Africa in 1868 to learn about the community. 4. In 1904, Jacques Faitlovitch, an Ashkenazi Jew who studied Ethiopian languages under Professor Joseph Halevy, visited the Beta Israel and helped to bring several of the community members back to Europe and Israel to increase their Jewish education. 5. Since the 1980s, there have been several Israeli operations, including Operation Moses, Operation Joshua and Operation Solomon, to relocate the Beta Israel community to Israel.
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Parenting Workshop Series Free of Charge!
Diverse and relevant topics will be presented by a variety of experts Date July 17th
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G N I Y FL HIGH Going airborne is never cheap, but here are some opportunities to be high up in the air for a fraction of the price of a proper airline flight. If youâ€™re willing to pay to spread your wings, enjoy the options, and even if not, have a look and see whatâ€™s available out there. Happy flying! Disclaimer: The content shared in Excursions is for informational purposes only and not an endorsement of the destinations featured.
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IFLY INDOOR SKYDIVING
No need to jump from an airplane with a parachute to experience the thrill of freefall. Indoor skydiving allows bodyflight in a special pressurized flight chamber with fans that produces a smooth column of air that enables flight. No experience required.
849 Ridge Hill Boulevard, Yonkers, NY
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11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Sundays from 9:00 a.m., reservations required Packages start at $90 per person, $160 for 2 people, $380 for five people
ABOVE THE CLOUDS BALLOON RIDES
Enjoy a half-hour to an hour scenic ride up in the clouds on a picture-perfect hot air balloon.
100 Airport Road, New Hampton, NY 10958
47 minutes Ballooning begins at 6:00 a.m., reservations required Starting at $199 per person for group tours and $599 per two people for private tours
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PARASAILING AT POCONO ACTION SPORTS
Fly high above the water while attached by harness to a boat for a very adventurous, fun ride with panoramic views of the Pocono Mountains. The reason we chose this parasailing company is because itâ€™s the closest one to Monsey and is located at a lake, not at the beach.
969 PA-507, Greentown, PA 18426
1 hour and 33 minutes Monday thru Friday, reservations are encouraged $70 per person
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Plane delayed? Or have a layover with some extra time? Check out these special amenities that some airports offer:
The Hong Kong International Airport has a nine-hole golf course. San Francisco International Airport and Chicago’s Midway Airport have yoga rooms for flyers — mats provided! Schiphol Amsterdam Airport features an annex of Rijksmuseum, one of the best art museums in the world. Sao Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport in Brazil has an in-house dentist! Changi Airport in Singapore has a nature trail and butterfly garden. John F. Kennedy International Airport has a coat check so you can leave your cold weather gear with them if you’re traveling to a warmer climate. They are also planning to build a pet terminal shortly.
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Any flight that takes more than 8 hours requires 3 pilots to rotate flying duties (1 pilot and 2 co-pilots) and 12+ hour flights require 4. Each pilot and copilot is required to eat a different meal to minimize the risk of food-poisoning.
Most flights have 1 Flight Attendant and 1 restroom for every 50 passengers
The most expensive flight in the world is one with Eithad Airways which will fly you from Mumbai to New York for $38,000, and will take you back for the round-trip cost of $76,000. Perks include a private luxury three-room suite with a chef, butler, Italian linens and turndown service for the beds, a leather couch, dining room table, shower and private bathroom. The ticket cost includes luxury chauffeured transportation to and from the airport, private check-ins and a personal concierge. Those traveling with kids also get the service of a flight nanny. The longest flight currently available is a Delta flight between Johannesburg, South Africa and Atlanta, Georgia with a 17-hour duration.
At any given time, about 61,000 people are airborne over the U.S.
1/ The busiest airport, with the most 1/ passengers per year is HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport. They had a total of 104,171,935 passengers flying with them in 2016.
2/ The busiest airport in terms of the most landings and takeoff’s is Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
Singapore’s Changi Airport was voted best airport in the world for the fifth year in a row.
JFK was constructed as Idlewild Airport in 1942. In 1943 it was renamed Major General Alexander E. Anderson Airport and in 1963 it was finally renamed John F. Kennedy International Airport, just over a month after the president was assassinated.
Whenever Air Force One lands at a civilian airport, all traffic (vehicular and aircraft) comes to a ground stop. Only the presidential motorcade moves, and once they leave the airport, normal services resume. This takes about 20 minutes.
One-third of the world’s airports are in the U.S.
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Mehadrin is delivering the goods this summer. Giving the people everything they desire with the new ridiculously refreshing Nestle La Frutta bars. La Frutta is an original twist on the fruit shakes you so crave. These pareve sorbet bars, are literally fruit shakes on sticks. No longer do you have to face the mess and nuisance of making your own fruit shake. La Frutta has done the work for you, simply providing a ready to eat deliciously revitalizing sorbet stick.
La Frutta is available in mango and strawberry varieties. They are made of 50% fruit, and at less than 75 calories a piece, they are difficult to resist. La Frutta can be served on multiple occasions. Whether it be a tasty and energizing snack on the go, a mouthwatering treat for children or as the ideal nondairy Shabbos dessert; the options are truly endless. La Frutta is sold in all kosher groceries as both individual bars, and in a 4-pack family box.
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WO KIDS, LOTS OF CHALLENGING DAYS, and ads promoting “You deserve it” equaled vacation. An enticing women’s retreat was advertised just at the right time, the price was okay, and the location was a.f.a.p. — as far as possible. I was eager to travel to somewhere way out and come back to see my home as new, fresh territory. The whole notion of a women’s getaway was a novelty to me, as I was pretty much new to womanhood altogether. A young mother, just barely four years after my wedding, I was finding mothering two rambunctious children extremely overwhelming. But new or not new, strange or not strange, my husband was already urging me out the door. He couldn’t wait for me to come back refreshed — a spirited mother who’d smile and croon that she loved mothering and she could do this all
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day for the rest of her life, and who would never complain or cry that it was hard. So I paid at the first opportunity, studied the schedule until I knew it by heart, and made sure to go hungry for a while so I’d get my money’s worth. I packed my bags, knowing that what was leaving wasn’t going to return. All that negativity, the overwhelming helplessness I’d been feeling lately was going to disappear from my life. After all, I was going on vacation! This was not any ordinary women’s getaway, and that was all the more reason for me to go for it. It was set up in a wise, cost-effective manner: The meals and activities were prepared by a rotation of volunteers from within the group of vacationers, and nothing about the place was luxurious. But the bounty of nature, set off by miles from any civilized place, made up for luxury by
far. Everything added up to maximum rest, minimum cost and a bit of camaraderie if you wanted it. That little addendum was the most important part for me: if you wanted it. I signed up on my own and knew not a soul. I just knew it was far, transportation was viable, the food had a good hechsher — and I was going on vacation! I didn’t need — nay, want — any acquaintances. I wanted to be my own self, the one who could sometimes be a little offbeat, peculiar and moody — and it would be just fine. No one there to look over my shoulder, no one to frown if I just sat on the grass and dreamed, and no one to care what head covering I chose to don that day. I wanted out of the restrictive dos and don’ts of city and community living and to be free to do just as I pleased for a little while. Oh, and to take a break from mommying, of course. As much as I love my kids, I just needed to refresh. I arrived to this garden-inspired campus bright-eyed and excited. The spunky coordinator showed me around for a few minutes, and then ceremoniously led me into my room, which I would share with another two women. She rattled off their names and told me they’d be arriving soon. Great! I plopped down on the king-size bed and almost said aloud, “Now what?” It wasn’t a lack of activities that stumped me then, but the overabundance of options. I had schlepped along books, pads to scribble on (yeah, all of my deepest thoughts and aspirations), an mp3 player with relaxing music and soap for a bubble bath. Oh, and there was also a pool, and refreshments being served in the dining room right then. The food won, and I happily polished off a bowl of fresh fruit salad with crunch topping, some cake and a yogurt. Dinner was in just one hour, but when you’re on vacation you must eat as much as you can. I returned to my room and met my fellow roommates for the next sixty hours: two sweet, elderly women, who could have almost been my grandmothers. I do love the wisdom and serenity of the golden age. There’s nothing quite like sipping some tea and hearing advice from an aging Bubby. But I just wasn't comfortable with the notion of kicking off my heels and lounging around with women who were so many years my senior. I swallowed and smiled. Well, I could try to have fun. I sat on my bed and begin to unpack my things. Suddenly, sweet Mrs. Jacobs was sitting on the other side of my bed! I jumped up. “Uh — is this your bed?” “Oh, sweetie, they didn’t tell you? There is one double bed and one single bed in each room. Two women share a double bed — we can roll up a towel in the middle, or
something. I assumed you chose to share a bed and not sleep on the single one. Miriam—” she pointed to our other senior roommate—”took the single bed.” Now I wanted to cry. Okay, I was sharing a room. Okay, my roommates were three times my age. But one bed? Well, this was vacation, and by definition, things were temporary (and hopefully fun and delicious too). Could I swing this — and come home a new mommy? I tried to make the most of it. I read, sat and relaxed in the garden and swam in the pool. There were optional workshops and I participated in some, although belatedly realizing I’d have liked to be alone as much as possible.
I didn’t need — nay, want — any acquaintances. I wanted to be my own self. The meals provided enough social interaction for me. A decidedly significant benefit of this vacation was the boost in self-worth it gave me. I was a person who took care of myself, who rested when I needed to and who knew to enjoy herself. If nothing else, I got that. And then it was time to say goodbye to strangers who had been friends for a few hours and head back into life and its joys and challenges. I boarded the bus again, feeling refreshed and elated. Hubby and kinderlach, wait until you see the mother I’ve brought you! It was Thursday when I came home, and it was all about getting the house together and Shabbos underway. I looked forward to relaxing on the couch Friday night and reveling in my new energy. Well, I didn’t actually lounge on the couch. There were, baruch Hashem, my two children clamoring for attention. And then it happened so fast: she hurt him, he screeched, I held her hands while she tried to wrench them out until my hands hurt, and I fought back tears until my husband came home. My husband looked on in shock. My vacation didn’t solve everything after all. But maybe next time...
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by sara goldstein
Days to Serenity
HI EVERYONE! Baruch Hashem so many happy homemakers are organizing their homes. I received a few emails from people in the country asking me where Suzanne Lake is and if it pays to make a trip out here. Apparently, they read The Monsey View up there, but organize the fridge? Nah. That's for us Monseyers. I’m thinking we should clean the area by the lake before all the visitors show up. Any offers? And let’s start charging for attractions. Monsey is getting famous thanks to The Monsey View. Everyone can join in this house-cleaning/organizing challenge process! We’re keeping it simple and fun!
THURSDAY, JULY 13 VANITIES Let’s talk vanities, inside and out. • Wipe down your vanity, scrub your vanity, rinse and dry. Sounds simple? It is. Try to keep the area around the sink empty, as it attracts germs and grime. • Empty the insides. Wipe down. Throw out hairbrushes with missing bristles or rusted, outdated hairsprays, old bandages, expired creams. • Use clear containers that you already have in your kitchen to organize bobby pins, pony rubbers, bandages, creams, etc. • One toothbrush per child. • I love the two-drawer organizer for under the sink. Keeps pull-ups, wipes, tissues, or the large mouthwash that doesn’t fit into the drawers or over the sink mirror. • Ideally, cleaning products do not belong in the bathroom. FRIDAY, JULY 14 SPICE CABINETS There are about 200 (kid you not, okay maybe a tad) different organizers for your spices. Assuming at the mo-
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ment you don’t have anything, work with that. • You can use the 5x7 foil pans for now. One for the everyday spices, one for the everythird-day spices and one for the everyonce-in-a-while spices. The every-once-infive-year spice chuck out. • Thyme or fennel sound very sophisticated to own, but if you don’t use them, throwing out something that’s taking up space in your home sounds much more sophisticated. • Spices last a long time, yet the taste does dull after a while, so use your inborn chef judgment about what stays and what goes. • If you have double of one, combine the two. • Give it all a wipe down, and you’re good to go. CONTAINER DRAWER: Let’s make this even quicker than you think possible. Two questions, and you’re done! Do you really need 333 lids with 62 actual containers? Do you really need 333 containers and 62 lids? The answer to both of those questions, is of course, a resounding no. • Empty the drawer/cabinet, wipe down and pair your containers. As for the lonely rest, have them join the large white bag that’s waiting to be discarded. • If you don’t have any bins, use the 9x13 foil pans to keep the containers happy. SUNDAY, JULY 16 SHED No shed? This applies to your basement or attic or any storage area you have. This is a lengthy project, but that’s not our goal at the moment. No heavy organizing. • Get large clear containers. Everything that’s in the center of the room and blocking your path
should be placed in a bin. • Large items should be rearranged to the side. • Our goal today is to clear the center of the room and make an accessible pathway. MONDAY, JULY 17 SHED CONTINUED Now you have a path set out for you to make the rest of your job easier. • Grab four garbage bags. Our goal today is to fill up these four bags to either give away or throw away. • 15 second decisions here. Old baby clothing you love, but yellow? Throw. • A pot that’s been sitting for years, as a just in case? Give away. • Still holding on to all the cassettes? Give half, save half. • For every added garbage bag you fill, 50 extra points! TUESDAY, JULY 18 BOTTOM SHELVES OF CHINA CLOSET A standard closet has 4–6 sections, double shelves. Some have two drawers. • Take it all out. The siddurim, Tehillims, the 94 chasunah bentchers... • Prepare a bag for shaimos. • What else do you keep there? • How many dreidlach are you keeping for next year that are floating around the drawer? • Photo Albums: Number them and place them in order. • Candles, foil candle holders? Place in a bin. • Tablecloths: Fold flat to avoid creases. • Anything else you keep lurking around that goes unused should be abolished from the closet. Those shelves tend to gather quite some interesting stuff that never get used. I would tell you to put some stuff in the shed, but put it in a place you haven’t organized yet. Catch you later, Sara!
days #6 through #10 THURSDAY, JULY 13 Vanities
FRIDAY, JULY 14 Spice Cabinets
SUNDAY, JULY 16 Shed
MONDAY, JULY 17 Shed Continued
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Sara Goldstein is a professional organizer serving Upstate, Brooklyn and beyond. COMING NEXT WEEK: THURSDAY, JULY 19: LAUNDRY AREA FRIDAY, JULY 20: SNACK CLOSET SUNDAY, JULY 22: COOKBOOK-CLIPPED RECIPES ORGANIZATION MONDAY, JULY 23: WHAT’S UNDER YOUR KITCHEN SINK? TUESDAY, JULY 24: TOY CLOSET
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Last week’s Boggle board
4 letter words 2 points | 5 letter words 3 points | 6 letter words 5 points | 7 letter words 7 points | 8 letter words 9 points | 9 or more 12 points
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DIRECTIONS: Write your 4-letter, 5-letter, 6-letter etc. words in alphabetical order, in separate columns. Fax or email your word list, together with your total points by Sunday, 8:00 PM for a chance to win! Include your name, phone number, and address.
PLAYING RULES: • No adding “s” to a word. • No proper nouns, abbreviations, or acronyms • No bouncing back to letters already used in a given word • Words may not be found with a computer boggle solver. • Words may not be found with the help of a dictionary. • The Monsey View will carefully review all submissions to ascertain each word is found in the dictionary. Points will be deducted for ineligible words. • We reserve the right to disqualify entries that have a few ineligible words, that are not written in alphabetical order, or are missing information. • Each contestant has a chance to win only once in four weeks. • No credit given to archaic words, or words chiefly used in other languages (including British).
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Runner Ups: WEINSTOCK xxx-5351: 134 points MIMI FRIED: xxx-8907: 133 points HEINEMANN xxx-3865: 133 points BELSKY FAMILY xxx-0645: 121 points Pick up your free slice and ice cream at Chai Pizza Monsey at 94 Rte. 59 Please be considerate, and do NOT try to claim your prize without The Monsey View issue in which your name appears or after six weeks. It will not be honored.
Bonus winner: Each submission that comes in enters a weekly drawing to win a pizza party at the brand-new Chai Pomona! This week’s winner: FAMILY ZWIEBEL
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BOGGLE WINNER LIST 4 LETTER WORDS blah brow clap
clay dory dour
gown grow hack
hung hurt lack
pack play rung
6 LETTER WORDS tong tour trod
undo work yack
7 LETTER WORDS hogback
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hung back inappropriate
playhut row hut
REMINDER Dictionaries or electronic devices may not be used to help you solve the Boggle board. From this point on we will be disqualifying word lists, as per our discretion, that include too many unusual words. The Boggle Team at The Monsey View
Please note that credit is not given for inappropriate words.
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Hey kids! Here’s your chance to show off what you made! Did you have fun in the snow or the fall leaves? Did you construct something special with Magna Tiles or other building toys? We’d love to show everyone how creative Monsey kids are! Please email or mail your picture to The Monsey View.
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Could it be the young man who cleans the beis midrash?
Could he be such a gaon? I never would have known to appreciate his greatness and holiness!
Iâ€™m going to the yeshiva right away!
You must tell me if you are the one who has been hiding these notes in my sefarim!
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By Ann Zeilingold
Real Estate Summer Travel and House Swaps WHILE TRAVELING IS FUN, one can discuss the pros and cons of how to travel. Some families like roughing it — backpacking and camping; some like long road trips, and others like to fly to exotic places and stay in hotels or resorts or even private villas. No matter what, what do you do with your home while you are away? We discussed in a previous issue how to secure your home and protect your home from thieves and damage while the occupants are away, but how about a novel idea, to rent out your home when you are away? My family did this a few times. We did a “house swap.” We traveled to the West Coast and moved into another family’s home, we used their cars etc., and they did the same at our home! It helped that we knew the family and we trusted them. We had a great time, and because we didn’t have to spend money on housing, an otherwise unaffordable trip became affordable. There are many families who have summer homes or others who go away for the summer, and they have successfully rented out their homes while they were away. If you are renting the home to a stranger, how does this work? What are the pitfalls? If you plan to do this, what should one be careful about?
Here are 8 tips from someone who knows, Moshe B., who has done this many times. 1. GIVE YOUR TENANTS SPACE. Declutter, remove personal items and create shelf, drawer and hanging areas for their belongings. Store your valuables in locked closets or off the premises. If you are concerned about kashrus, lock cabinets with your things and be prepared to kasher your kitchen when you come home. The home must be thoroughly clean. These steps — which include emptying food from the refrigerator and kitchen cabinets — can take as long as a week! This is why some people don’t bother with short-term rentals. 2. PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE. Double up on mattress pads. If you’ll be buying a new sofa, choose some-
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There are many families who go away for the summer and have successfully rented out their homes while they were away.
thing durable — like leather — or consider slipcovers that can be laundered between rentals. These items are especially susceptible to stains and spills, which can be costly, if not impossible, to remove. Leave coasters on wooden tabletops and consider covering tables that are heavily used. A piece of Plexiglas cut to fit the night tables can avoid watermarks and other stains that tenants may leave over. 3. HAVE BOOTS ON THE GROUND. This might be a cleaning lady who comes weekly (at your tenant’s expense) or a handyman whom you pay to handle maintenance and repairs in your absence. You, or that person, should do an initial walkthrough with your renters and show them how everything works. A walk-through can also reduce calls from guests and avert damage. Whether you hand over the keys yourself or have your representative do it, insist that the tenant lock and unlock each door before you leave. Do this no matter how much the tenant insists it’s silly or unnecessary. In an ounce of prevention, spray all the locks with WD-40 lubricant shortly before tenants arrive. This makes the bolts turn more easily and decreases the likelihood that newcomers will yank — and potentially break — the hardware before they get accustomed to the mechanism. 4. LEAVE NOTES AROUND. A lengthy house manual will get less attention than a single page with key information. Put Post-it notes in spots that require special care; for instance, a reminder not to leave wet bath mats on the wood floor. In a couple of locations, you can leave picture frames with more
detailed precautions, such as not to flush diapers, baby wipes or paper towels down any of the toilets. Don’t worry that guests might think you have gone overboard: You can’t take their vigilance for granted, and there is no harm emphasizing the care you expect them to take. 5. COVER CONTINGENCIES. Notify your homeowner’s insurer that your house will be rented and find out if there is a different cost or if different coverage is required. Most insurers will continue covering the dwelling and your personal liability — say, if the tenant’s child fell down the basement stairs and was injured — but some exclude your possessions while the house is rented. And they typically won’t cover your tenants’ belongings. (Make this clear in a lease.) Homeowners who rent out their places through Airbnb and Homeaway automatically get supplemental property insurance through the company. There are other insurance policies available for short-term tenant rentals. 6. REQUIRE A SECURITY DEPOSIT. With extended stays, it makes sense to charge a security deposit equal to about half the weekly rent. Some recommend 10 percent of the total tab. Hold the security deposit long enough after your tenant leaves to discover any damaged or missing items; “One month is acceptable,” says Terry Baum, a broker with Warren Lewis Sotheby’s International Realty in Brooklyn. 7. COMPARE RENTAL PLATFORMS. You may consider renting your home through vacation rental platforms like Homeaway and Airbnb. Read the rules carefully before using either platform. 8. FINALLY, TREAT YOUR RENTAL AS A BUSINESS. If this is the route you will be taking with your home, you have a new job: property manager. On the front end, it involves advertising the house, responding to inquiries from prospective renters and stashing your belongings. On the back end, you must arrange for the repair of any damage and keep the house in the best possible condition. So a seemingly simple solution to make traveling more affordable may not be that simple after all! Besides the above concerns, one has to consult with their tax advisor as to how to report the income, consult with one’s insurance company, have their home in great shape and be concerned about abuse, damage and liability. I think I will just stay home.
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Classifieds FOR SALE TOYOTA CAMRY XLE 2007, 109000 highway miles, leather seats, sunroof fully loaded, well maintained. 845-461-3084 CHEVY MALIBU 2004, 135K in running condition. $1200 Please call 845-746-1888. WOOD CRIB Full size cherry wood crib for sale. Excellent condition. $200. Please call/text 347206-8960 CUSTOM DINETTE SET For sale at great price. Please call 347-628-2289 DINING TABLE Italian, 8-ft table plus leaves and 8 chairs for sale at bargain price. Please call/text 845-428-6666. DINING ROOM SET Beautiful, lightly used dining room furniture set for sale. Please call 845-662-7055
DINING ROOM Table, 6 chairs and china closet for sale, best offer. 845535-1428 DINING ROOM CHAIRS 6, for sale. Good condition. Dark wood. Seats are off white, covered with plastic. 2 armchairs. 425-8351. LEATHER SOFA off-white 3 seater, excellent condition, $275, call 845664-2109 MASTER BEDROOM SET Almost new. 48" headboards. Armoire, dresser w mirror, & nighttable. Very reasonable. 845-222-1305 MASTER FURNITURE for sale. About 8 yrs old. Great condition! Call: 918-1753 MASTER BEDROOM SET 48" headboards. Dresser w mirror. Armoire. Nightchest. Excellent condition; Best offer call/text 845-248-6739 MASTER BEDROOM SET 54 inch, glass tops, mattress, metal box spring used for couple months. $3500 (delivery available) 845-4458015
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18500 BTU A/C Friedrich, for sale, regular $649 - now $250 text or call 845-538-5339 FOR SALE Side by side maytag fridge, GE profile convection microwave oven, 30" maytag gas range, graco car seat, base ($20). 845-826-0700 BRAND NEW JACUZZI To sell due to wrong size. Beautiful oval shape 845 362 2326 BUGABOO BEE in brand new condition with a new cocoon. For great price . 845-362-1913 SNAP N GO Graco carriage 4 months old $150. 499-5508 BABY JOGGER City Series for sale in great condition 200 OBO. 845-3711962/845-659-7126 BUGABOO HOOD For bugaboo frog. New condition. Call/text 845-5387161
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BABY CARRIER Infantino, black, like new. $15. Also white extremely sturdy Ikea hamper in metal frame $20 (845)354-2805 INFANT SEAT Graco, brand-new condition 499-5508 BIG BARGAIN Duffle bags for sale, large $15, and small $12. Please call 845-425-0975 MEDELA PUMP Never used, still in box. Please call or text 845-5458454. LANSINOH ELECTRIC PUMP New, in closed box, Lansinoh ‘Signature Pro’ Healthcare Double Electric Pump. $120. Call 845-598-2530. SALTWATER SANDALS Toddler, Navy, size 6. worn only twice. Only $29 (value $40)! Please call 845-4233915 BOYS GEOX loafer size 29. 587-2723 SHABBOS TOP Blue floral current season lady/girls Shabbos Top Size 0. Selling for $29. Call 845.444.6102 HATBOX HAT Brand New with tags, size 56, rimless. Retail $180, selling for $150. Bought recently. Call 267-226-2820, or 323-8268006 NEW MEN'S HAT Roche size 56. $135, original price $175. 845-499-9923 CANON EOS 6D full frame camera. 2 1/2 yrs, like new, under warranty still (5 years) $1000 obo. 248798-9078
LINEN SET Crushed velvet grey/ off white/ purple linen set initialed with letter F. Used once. Was $350 Asking $225. 845-587-0621 ROAD BIKE very light weight ,amazing condition ,call 848-224-5500 ELECTRIC SCOOTER E-zip, with seat in great condition. $250. Obo. (originally $515) plz call 845352-0290 REFRIGERATOR FILTERS 3 NEW UKF8001 filters Certified for Maytag, Whirlpool, Amana, Jenn-air and KitchenAid. Paid $90, asking $5 per filter. 845-6410340 DRUM FOR SALE Professional drum set, mint condition call: 845-596-3791
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Classifieds New city, great kid friendly block. 845-634-8231 SUKKOS RENTAL Large 5+ bedroom home with sukka. Huge living area. Centrally located. Available 10/2/17 -10/15/17 ( sleeps 15+) 845-659-5376 GWEN LANE Beautifully renovated three room apartment now available. Private entrance... Great price! Call for details… (845) 352-7118 ALMOST NEW 4 room apartment on Blauvelt Rd. Also good for dorm and office. Call 3523217 ATTN LANDLORDS: If you have a vacant apartent or office we can find you a tenant. Pls call 845-274-5663
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available until the end of August. Call:845-587-4125 SUMMER RENTAL 3 bedroom, 2 bath, w/d, porch w/awning, big yard ,near hatzlacha grocery . 914806-3048
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MOTEL-STYLE RENTAL Spacious room for rent. By the day/ week/ weekend. Fresh linen/towels provided. Bluefield Area. Call: 845-3528360 SUMMER RENTAL Brand new modern style spacious 2 bedroom apt huge kitchen and dinette area pls call/txt 845-422-5919 SUMMER RENTAL 3 bedroom apartment available for August located on Saddle. please call 845263-2999 SUMMER RENTAL Beautiful & spacious 2 Bedroom apartment
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Beautiful CLEAN HEATED POOL in a serene atmosphere surrounded by lush landscaping and nature. Features a relaxing hot tub/jacuzzi. Comfortable amenities and several beach chairs to lounge. Kid friendly too! Many pool toys/tubes included and a child lock for safety around the pool. Weekdays - $80 per hour. Grill/party/ ﬁre pit available to be arranged for extra cost.
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COMPUTER HELP? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/ lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667 BOOKKEEPING SLOTS Yoshor Bookkeeping Service has multiple slots opening. for all your bookkeeping needs:A/R, A/P, Payroll, etc. Call 845-642-1303/Email firstname.lastname@example.org PERSONAL ASSISTANT Need help with errands, driving, or anything else on your "To-Do" List? By the hour or day. Call 347-8317083. FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling for summer slots. Please call/text 917-750-4105. TO VOLUNTEER to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-3521016 FERMENTED FOODS Kosher kimchi! A great source of probiotics that helps fight infection and great aid in digestion. Also delicious side dish. Call 646-246-6280 GLUTEN FREE Guilt Free....Gluten Free wholesome baked goodies!! All natural ingredients. Sugar free upon request. Call 646-246-6280 to place your order.
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