FREE ISSUE 115 SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
וילך-פרשת נצבים כ"ב אלול תשע”ז
THE BUZZ ABOUT RAW HONEY Visit Rockland’s local honey farm
NEVER FELL A FRUIT TREE Preventing baal tashchis; protecting our loved ones
SWEETER THAN SWEET How to make your own caramelized apples
THE PIE’S THE LIMIT! Fruit pies for every taste
COMPARING APPLES TO APPLES Exploring different home styles with Ann
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FREE ISSUE 115 SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
וילך-פרשת נצבים כ"ב אלול תשע”ז
THE BUZZ ABOUT RAW HONEY Visit Rockland’s local honey farm
Week in Review
A Honey Farm in Monsey
An Apple a Day
Pearls of Wisdom
NEVER FELL A FRUIT TREE Preventing baal tashchis; protecting our loved ones
SWEETER THAN SWEET How to make your own caramelized apples
THE PIE’S THE LIMIT! Fruit pies for every taste
COMPARING APPLES TO APPLES Exploring different home styles with Ann
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PRICELESS ADVICE Since its inception, The Monsey View has consistently delivered an informative, entertaining and valuable read. I am so excited to see that you will now be featuring a column by Perl Abramovitz. Her wisdom is something we can all gain from, and I, personally, will be making sure not to miss an issue! Thank you. ,כתיבה וחתימה טובה Tzipora Schiffer
RE: EXPANDING COMMUNITIES (ISSUE #114) In the last week’s issue, you wrote about the “Heart of Monsey.” I’d like to point out that in the column listing the area shuls, you did not include the Slonim shul on 2 Phyllis Terrace. Thank you. A Weekly Monsey View Reader
ON THE MARK I just took the career test featured in Issue #114, and I really appreciate that you published one that’s so accurate. I’ve taken several in the past, but none hit the mark like this one! A Reader
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RE: WORKING TOGETHER TOWARD A SAFER COMMUNITY (ISSUE #114) I felt the writer of the letter last week was voicing one of my own thoughts. Monsey drivers seem to be unaware of the law that they must yield to pedestrians at crosswalks. I can sometimes wait a very long time at crosswalks until I am able to get across the street. Not only when turning — even in the middle of Maple Avenue and especially on Main Street in front of Monsey Shoes. In fact, being a bornand-bred Monsey girl, I was surprised to see pedestrians walking straight into the road at crosswalks in Montreal. Cars always yield to pedestrians at crosswalks there. This was enforced by their police department — not their local paper. Still, I’d like to ask all drivers to remember that pedestrians have the right of way at crosswalks and to check if anyone would like to cross when approaching a crosswalk. Yes, I know the Monsey roads have become a pain to navigate and each trip takes longer than it did ten years ago. I also know this law was ignored ten and even twenty years ago on these roads. I’m still asking. A Non-Driver
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WHEN I MEET WITH a new client at Nutrition by Tanya, one of the first things I do is give them my personal cell phone number and tell them to contact me at any time. And my clients do. So, what’s it like to give your personal cell phone number out to hundreds of clients? It means receiving and responding to dozens and dozens of messages per day. It means that if my phone is dead for an hour, I am inundated with hundreds of messages flowing through it the moment I turn it back on. It means there is never, ever nothing to do. But… I wouldn’t have it any other way. I like to stay in touch with my clients, and allowing them to reach out to me whenever they need makes me feel like I am doing the best I can to be supportive and helpful. There are generally three different types of questions that I receive. The most common type is the easiest to handle. Can I eat Life cereal for breakfast? Do you allow this bread? I missed lunch because I was sleeping; what should I do now? These types of questions are pretty much black and white, and just take a moment of my time. I love these questions because it is great to be able to help someone just by responding quickly and easily. They literally just take moments to answer. The second type of question is more difficult and takes a bit more of my time. Questions such as: Can you help me tweak this recipe to make it TAP approved? Or, Can you give me some more lunch ideas? I am getting tired of the my lunches already. Or, Here is the menu of the restaurant I will be eating at tonight; what are my best options? These questions are really best saved for the client’s next weighin, (yup, this is what weigh-ins are
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“SO, WHO WILL BE SEATED beside me this year for the Rosh Hashanah davening?” Rebbetzin Bergman asked her husband. It had become a tradition in Rabbi Bergman’s shul that a different person would be given the honor of sitting beside the rebbetzin during the davening each Rosh Hashanah. The honor typically went to the wives of those who generously supported the shul. “I’m glad you brought it up, because I wanted to ask your opinion about an idea I had. I was thinking of offering the honor to Miss Kraus.” Miss Kraus was a woman in her sixties who had never married, most likely because her cranky personality caused her to be unpleasant company at times. Miss Kraus was a frequent guest at Rabbi and Rebbetzin Bergman’s Shabbos table, and the family worked hard to make sure that her presence was not disruptive to the other guests. Rebbetzin Bergman imagined the scene in shul: Miss Kraus at the front of the ezras nashim, seated beside the rebbetzin? What kind of message would that send? Finally, Rebbetzin Bergman spoke. “This is supposed to be a big honor — I just don’t see it.” Rabbi Bergman explained, “Klal Yisroel needs a good year, and I would like us to do whatever we can to invoke Hashem’s love and mercy on us.” “And seating Miss Kraus next to me will make that happen?” asked Rebbetzin Bergman quizzically. Rabbi Bergman explained his reasoning to the rebbetzin as follows. Parshas Nitzavim begins: “Atem nitzavim hayom kulchem lifnei Hashem Elokeichem… — You are all standing this day before Hashem, the leaders of your tribes, your elders and your officers, every man of Israel, your children, your women and your convert who is within your camp, from woodchoppers to water drawers, that you may enter the covenant of Hashem and His oath, which Hashem is making with you ‘hayom’ — on this day.” (Devarim 29:9-11) The Lubavitcher Rebbe, zt”l, notes that Parshas Nitzavim is always read on the Shabbos before Rosh Hashanah, because each Shabbos is related to the week that follows. Whenever the Torah used the word “hayom,” it refers to Rosh Hashanah, so when the above posukim describe a
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covenant that Hashem makes with Klal Yisroel “hayom,” it means that Hashem makes this covenant with us on Rosh Hashanah. It is for this reason that we read Parshas Nitzavim on the Shabbos before Rosh Hashanah, beginning with the words, “Atem nitzavim hayom kulchem lifnei Hashem…” On that day of Rosh Hashanah, all of Klal Yisroel, from the leaders of tribes to woodchoppers, who Rashi says are the Cana’anim who had not been honest in their conversion to Judaism, must stand together b’achdus. When Klal Yisroel stands in unity on Rosh Hashanah, then the above posukim conclude that we enter into a covenant with Hashem, which strengthens the bond between Hashem and His chosen people. The Lubavitcher Rebbe observes that when close friends make a covenant that their love shall endure no matter what the future may bring, then this covenant itself will cause the friendship to endure even when the circumstances that brought about that friendship fade away. During Rosh Hashanah, Klal Yisroel forms a connection with Hashem so powerful that nothing in the world can break this bond. How do we arouse in Hashem a desire to form such a powerful bond with Klal Yisroel? When we overcome our natural inclination to separate people in our minds according to logical categories, such as “leader” versus “woodchopper,” then we prove we are able to give in a way that is above logic. When we demonstrate this high level of love towards each other, Hashem bestows infinite love upon us and bestows His blessings upon the coming year. “Don’t you see? People view Miss Kraus as a nebach, and they seem to only tolerate her presence. If you, in your respected position as rebbetzin, could stand beside her b’achdus, it could inspire the entire shul to unite in love and unity, overlooking the labels that seem to separate us. We could invoke Hashem’s special covenant of love and merit a truly gebentshed year.” Rebbetzin Bergman smiled as she answered, “I couldn’t think of a better person to daven beside me on Rosh Hashanah. I can’t wait to tell her so in person.” May we all strive to stand in true achdus this Rosh Hashanah, and in so doing merit a good gebentshed year.
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Airmont’s Jewish Residents Unhappy to Be Excluded from Unity Event A COMMUNITY EVENT designed to bring residents together may be doing the exact opposite after being scheduled to take place on Shabbos, making it impossible for Jewish villagers to attend the gathering. According to The Journal News, Airmont Day will be held on September 16th, a date chosen this past spring by a social media survey and emails sent to approximately 600 village residents. Visitors to Airmont Village Hall and town senior club meetings also had the opportunity to choose whether the festivities should take place on Shabbos, September 16th or Sunday, September 17th. Village officials said that 65 percent of the 110 responses received asked for the event to take place on the 16th.
A letter sent by resident Moshe Katz to the village’s board of trustees said that neither he nor any of his friends in Airmont had received the survey. Mort Becker, another Jewish resident of Airmont and a member of the village’s technology committee, said that the survey email list was out of date and included many people who no longer live in the village. Both Katz and Becker were disturbed by the idea that Airmont would consider holding the event on Shabbos. “An event like Airmont Day, whose main purpose is community inclusiveness, should not be scheduled to exclude an entire community,” noted Katz.
Town of Palm Tree One Step Closer to Reality ORANGE COUNTY LEGISLATORS threw their support almost unanimously behind an agreement that would fold the Village of Kiryas Joel into an all new town whose name pays homage to the Satmar Rebbe Reb Yoel, zt”l. VIN News reported that a county legislature meeting last week included a vote on a measure that would allow residents of Kiryas Joel and Monroe to cast their ballots in November on a proposal that would create a new
town called Palm Tree. The new town would add considerable acreage to Kiryas Joel’s existing boundaries in exchange for a ten-year moratorium on future expansion efforts, among other conditions. The measure passed by a vote of 18 to 3. Representatives of both the Village of Kiryas Joel and the United Monroe citizen’s group say that they are hopeful that the new agreement will finally end years of tension and division in the area.
Changes Made at Difficult Route 202 Intersection A COMPLICATED INTERSECTION on one of the most accident-prone roadways in Ramapo is about to undergo a major change as the New York State Department of Transportation announced a new traffic pattern on Route 202. Ramapo Daily Voice reported that the three-way intersection of Route 202, Lime Kiln Road and Spook Rock Road in Suffern has long been a difficult one for motorists to navigate, as Lime Kiln’s downhill westbound traffic converges with northbound traffic on Spook Rock for the turn onto the fast-moving Route 202. The new traffic pattern will prevent southbound Route 202 drivers from turning left at the intersection, leaving them to use either Wilder Road or Grandview Avenue to travel to the Monsey area. Route 202 is part of a roadway system that was used for interstate travel before the interstate highway sys-
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FRUIT CAKES This recipe gets mixed straight in a bowl or disposable pan and yields enough batter for both the pear and summer fruit cake, giving you the luxury of serving double presentations for half the work.
BATTER 2½ cups flour
¼ tsp salt
1¾ cups sugar
2¼ tsp baking powder
1¼ cup oil
Mix all ingredients by hand.
CRUMB TOPPING ½ cup brown sugar
2 T. oil
2 T. flour
¼ tsp cinnamon
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SLITTED PEAR ROUND 3–4 medium-sized pears
For this recipe, I used an 11” fluted cheesecake pan with a removable bottom, compliments of Culinary Depot.
DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a parchment paper the size of the removable insert. 2. Generously spray the fluted rim with baking spray. 3. Pour approximately three-quarters of the batter into the pan. Cake will grow substantially; do not fill more! 4. Peel pears and slice in half lengthwise. Remove the cores and place on cutting board, cut side down. 5. Using a sharp knife, cut into thin slices, being careful to maintain shape. 6. Using a wide spatula, gently lift pear and place over batter, slightly separating and overlapping slices. 7. Sprinkle three-quarters of crumb topping on pears. 8. Bake at 350° for 1 hour.
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SUMMER FRUIT CAKE 1/4 of fruit cake batter OR 8 Hungarian plums, for a plum-only version 1 T. confectioners sugar ¼ cup quick oats
For this tart-shaped cake, I used an oblong 14” tart pan with removable bottom, compliments of Culinary Depot.
DIRECTIONS: 1. Dice plums and peaches in ¼” squares. Sprinkle with confectioners sugar. 2. Pour batter into prepared pan as per above instructions. Distribute fruit over batter. 3. Combine oats with remaining crumbs. Sprinkle over fruit. 4. Bake at 350° for 50 minutes.
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DOUGH: 4 ½ cups flour
½ tsp salt
5 T. sugar
3 sticks margarine
½ cup ice-cold water
1 ½ T. lemon juice
I was introduced to this showstopping pie by my sister-in-law, and although I don’t make it often, it’s a true treat when I do. This was baked on a 14” pizza pan, compliments of Culinary Depot.
Knead into smooth dough and place in refrigerator for ½ hour.
FILLING: 4 Cortland apples
2 T. brown sugar
½ cup oats
5 Ginger Gold apples
1 T. vanilla sugar
1 T. apricot jam
½ cup sugar
1 ½ tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. oil
¼ cup flour
DIRECTIONS: 1. Take off approximately 1 cup of dough.
empty 4” margin of the dough.)
2. Using two sheets of parchment paper, one overlapping the other, roll out a 21” round dough. 3. Spread apricot jam over the center of the dough, leaving a 4” margin all around. Sprinkle oatmeal over jam. 4. Mix sugars, flour and cinnamon in a large bowl 5. Quarter apples, slice thinly and toss with flour. 6. Put ¾ of apples over oatmeal. 7. Form concentric circles with the rest of the apple slices, starting from the outside and moving toward the center. (Note: Do not put apples over
8. Fold empty margin over the apples, pleating the dough to fit. Dough might tear a bit. Try to hide tears under the folds. 9. Slide the galette, with the parchment paper, onto the pizza pan. Cut off excess parchment paper. 10. Brush exposed dough with egg whites and sprinkle with sugar. 11. Mix 1 T. apricot jam and 1 T. oil. Using a pastry brush, brush the mixture over the apples, being careful not to mess up the design. 12. Bake at 350° for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Cover the center with foil for the last 15 minutes.
SEASONED CHEF: Although I haven’t tried freezing this galette raw, I’ve successfully frozen apple pies raw and then baked them on erev yom tov, and I would feel comfortable doing the same with this. Use extra cup of dough and slices of apples to make a hand pie sampler.
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NESTLED ON A LUSCIOUSLY GREEN SPREAD OF LAND, Rockland Honey harvests one of nature’s most beautifully perfect works. Alongside rows of blueberry bushes, on this quiet little farm, bees are buzzing about, working a job so fascinating, it behooves a closer glimpse. Founded on its beekeeper’s passion for beekeeping, Rockland Honey started with just two hives, and is now a buzzing little town with 40 hives and thousands of bees. They are spread over three farms in central areas of Monsey, one of which, in partnership with Rockland County, will serve as part of an upcoming Open Preservation Program.
How is Rockland Honey different than any other? Rockland Honey isn’t solely about mass production of honey. They are about the work in progress just as much as they are about the final, golden results. It’s a community farm where adults and kids alike can get a close-up view of the bees in their hives, and a hands-on experience on this remarkable, yet otherwise out-of-reach side of nature. And their honey isn’t just another brand on the shelf. This is the real deal. This is local, raw honey.
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what exactly is the whole buzz around raw honey? Those charming little bears on the supermarket shelves? Their facts are not as sweet as their smiling faces. They don’t hold a candle to their originals. But honey is honey, isn’t it? That may have been true years ago, when everything was done by hand, on a smaller scale than today. But with the mass-production of today, the golden syrup we now call honey is not the true honey of yesteryear. How does mass-production impact quality? To keep up with consumer demand and visual appeal, manufacturers use micro-filtering as well as heat to clean their honey, both which deplete the original honey of its abundant nutrients. The heating is better known as pasteurization, and its purpose is to kill yeast and to prevent crystallization/granulation. Heat is also used to aid in the speed of mass-bottling, since hot honey is easier to work with. Heating certainly degrades the honey. True “raw” honey should not be heated over 95 degrees F (the natural temperature of the hive). Heating reduces the medicinal benefits of honey and its aromatic characteristics. Recent studies have shown a reduction in most of the quality substances including enzymes, antioxidants and other nutrients following heating, even at fairly low temperatures. This is why you should let your tea cool a bit before adding your honey. Additionally, micro-filtering eliminates many of the healthful properties naturally found in honey. Though there is no legal definition, raw honey is described as honey “as it exists in the beehive.” A tour of Rockland Honey attests to just how pure their raw honey is; the only difference is the container in which you will find it. But since the FDA does not regulate the honey industry as it should, brands can get away with consumerappealing words like “raw” and “organic,” though they may be factually incorrect. And since processed honey and raw honey do not differ in their appearance, how can the average consumer discern which honey is the “real deal”? It would be safe to assume that most massproduced honey is the generic, and opt for the locally harvested original.
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faqs with beekeeper zev oster of rockland honey What’s the difference among all the bees in the hive? The modern beehive is made up of a series of boxes placed on top of one another. Frames are then placed in the boxes for the bees to build up the wax honeycomb. A bee colony generally contains one “queen” female, a few thousand male “drones” and a large population of female “worker” bees. THE QUEEN BEE The queen is the largest bee in the colony. She’s the mother of all worker bees and has no control of the hive. Her sole function is to serve as the reproducer, laying her own weight in eggs every couple of hours. THE DRONES Male bees, called drones, are characterized by their eyes that are twice as large as the worker bees and queens. Drones are stinger-less and usually live about 90 days. WORKER BEES Worker bees are the smallest bees in the colony. A colony can have 50,000–60,000 workers! The life span of a worker bee varies according to the time of year. Her life expectancy is approximately 5–6 weeks. Workers that are reared in September and October, however, can generally live through the winter. The reason summer bees have shorter life spans is that they work a lot more than the ones working in the cooler weathers. Workers serve to feed the queen and larvae, guard the hive entrance and help keep the hive cool by fanning their wings. Worker bees also collect nectar and produce wax comb. The comb is composed of hexagonal cells that have walls that are only 2/1,000-inch thick, but support 25 times their own weight! Does honey have an expiration date? Honey stored in sealed containers can remain stable
for decades and even centuries! Modern archaeologists have oftentimes found honey in several-thousand-yearold caves, proving honey’s eternal shelf life! Is your honey organic? Today, it is nearly impossible to ensure that honey is indeed organic. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not just the bees that need to be chemical-free, but all the crops that the bees come in contact with need to be certified organic. And since bees forage on crops within a fewmile radius, it is virtually impossible to ensure that the few surrounding miles are chemical-free. Why does my honey look or taste differently from time to time? Honey comes in many colors and flavors. These are called honey varietals and are determined by the types of flowers the bees visited for nectar, oftentimes depending on the season. Pollen in honey is sometimes analyzed to help determine the primary floral source. Will eating local honey help with my allergies? Though there are no proven clinical studies, there are anecdotal recountings of people claiming relief from allergies by consuming local honey. This stems from the idea that seasonal allergies are dependent on the vegetation within surrounding areas. And since the bees feed on the very plants affecting us, there are traces of the local pollen found in the honey, acting as a form of immunotherapy. In a similar vein, it is also believed that local honey can work in this manner by building up our immune systems against strains of viruses prevalent in the local region. What are some proven benefits of raw honey? Raw honey is a powerhouse of medicinal benefits. It contains antibacterial and antiviral properties that help
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ward off viruses and illnesses. The antimicrobial properties act as a natural antibiotic, preventing infection on minor cuts and burns. Raw honey also exerts antidepressant and anxiolytic effects, making for a choice mood enhancer and energy booster. And of course, it’s superior to any over-the-counter cough suppressant. These are merely a select few of its extensive range of benefits. It’s no wonder raw honey was dubbed “liquid gold.” What is one misconception about honey you’d like to clarify? Perhaps the most widespread misconception is that bees “make” honey, like cows make milk. Here’s how they really make honey: Bees drink nectar from flowering plants, and regurgitate the nectar into the comb. The bees add an enzyme called invertase every time they regurgitate their nectar, which helps to break down the nectar. During the ripening process, the bees “dry out” the nectar by fanning their wings, creating an airflow around the honeycomb that helps water evaporate from the nectar. The ripened end result is what we know as honey. What’s your most commonly asked question? It would have to be “have you ever been stung?” everyone asks! But being a beekeeper means being stung every once in a while, and you come to expect it. But we wear protective suits and gloves, and for the most part, the bees don’t sting. Do you offer tours? Yes, we do! We offer private tours as well as educational school tours. All monies are applied as a donation to buy supplies and equipment for our honey bees and our bee program. Tell us more about your upcoming part in the Rockland County Preservation Program. Our part in it will be our bees’ pollination. Other than their honey, bees are also a vital part in the pollination of plants and crops. In order to harvest crops in quality and quantity, you need to have an abundance of bees to aid in the pol-
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lination. How do bees pollinate plants? As bees travel from blossom to blossom in search of nectar, they brush against the pollenbearing parts of a flower and pick up pollen. When the honeybee goes to another flower for more food, some of the pollen from the first flower sticks to the second flower. This pollination greatly increases the quantity and quality of many crops like fruits, vegetables and nuts. In fact, according to a recent study, the increased yield and quality of agricultural crops as a result of honeybee pollination is valued at more than $17 billion per year! Why do bees make honey? Humans aren’t the only beneficiaries of their honey! Honeybees store honey as food because it
provides the energy for bees’ flight muscles, and provides heating for the hive in the winter. Fortunately, though, honeybees will make more honey than the colony needs, so it is necessary for beekeepers to harvest the excess, which they bottle. How much honey does a hive produce? The average hive produces 50–60 pounds of honey in a year! In a really productive year, a hive can yield up to 100 pounds! Is there anything else that honeybees produce? The beeswax from the hive is commonly used in skin-care products, cosmetics, as well as in some food products. What is one of the challenges your bee colonies face? Varroa infestations. Varroa mites, also known as Varroa Destructors, are parasitic mites that attack honey bees. They attach themselves to the bees and weaken them with the varroosis disease. Untreated, mite infestations have led to the collapse of many bee colonies across the United States and Canada. To shield our bees, we use only organic pesticides. What does it mean to “care for the bees”? It takes a lot to maintain honeybee colonies. You have to ensure they have enough food to thrive, and be careful not to remove too much honey, as honey is their food source too! The bees also need to be kept safe from diseases and pests. At times, we’ve lost a lot of bees, even with the best care we could give them. It’s expensive to maintain. Do you also offer bee removal services? Yes, we do! Due to the scarcity of honey bees, bee removal services offers us the opportunity to save the bees and have them join our farm. We are in contact with local exterminators, and since they are aware of the declining hon-
honeybee facts, in their beewildering numbers: • • • • • • • • •
Queen bees lay up to 3,000 eggs per day! Honeybees’ wings stroke 11,400 times per minute, thus making their distinctive buzz. The average worker bee produces about 1/12th teaspoon of honey in her lifetime. In order to produce 1 pound of honey, 2 million flowers must be visited. A hive of bees must fly 55,000 miles to produce a pound of honey. Bees leave the hive 15 times per day and visit around 100 flowers each time — that’s 1,500 flowers a day! Honey bees make an average of 1,600 round trips in order to produce one ounce of honey. In their short lifespan, worker bees fly the equivalent of 1½ times the circumference of the earth. Roughly one third of all the food Americans eat is directly or indirectly derived from honey bee pollination.
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Honey may contain Clostridium botulinum spores that can cause infant botulism, a rare but serious disease that affects the nervous system of young babies (under one year old). C. botulinum spores are present throughout the environment and may be found in dust, soil and improperly canned foods. Adults and children over one year of age are routinely exposed to, but not normally affected by, C. botulinum spores. The concern for babies stems from the fact that infants lack the fully developed gastrointestinal tract of older humans.
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eybee population, they will call us to safely remove the bees, rather than exterminating them like most pests. How do you remove the honeybees? The best way is to capture the queen. Since the queen is the most protected bee in the hive, once the queen is captured, the rest of the bees will follow. We may also use a “bee vacuum” that sucks the bees into the hive within.
What’s the difference between honeybees and hornets, wasps, etc.? They are very different! Hornets, wasps and yellow jackets are highly aggressive and are very likely to attack. Honeybees, on the other hand, are not interested in humans, so long as they aren’t a threat to the beehive. The bees that are common visitors in our sukkahs are most likely not honeybees. There’s this common misconception that every bee dies after stinging. This is only true for the honeybee, as the stinger stays in the human’s skin, causing the bee’s death. But the other bees may sting repeatedly. If you do get bitten by a honeybee, don’t squeeze the area, as you will push the venom further into your skin. Instead, use a credit card to the scrape across the stinger, which will usually result in pulling the stinger out to the side. How is the honey extracted from the comb? This is known as the extraction process. The hardened parts covering the comb are known as cappings. Capping the comb is the bees’ way of saying “ready!”. Once capped, the honey is ready for extraction. Cappings are removed with a special knife, and though the honey inside remains soft, it won’t simply run out. To extract the honey, the frames are then placed in a honey extractor, which spins them so that the honey is removed by centrifugal force. Once extracted, the honey is strained to remove any wax that broke off while spinning. What’s left is the golden syrupy goodness, now ready to be bottled. The honey is then fed through a bottling machine, ensuring clean packaging. Capped with cork, and sealed with wax, Rockland Honey’s end results are as raw as you can get! Touring Rockland Honey sheds light on just how beautifully perfect the work of the honeybee is. It lends a newfound appreciation of the perfection of Hashem’s nature. Additional Sources: Honey.com Rockland Honey’s raw local honey can be purchased at Supreme Health (in The Shoppers Haven), Evergreen, Ratio Health (on Main Street), Rise Wellness (at Wesley Kosher), and at Back to Earth (in New City). For bee removals or to schedule a tour, call 845-202-2575.
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BERRIES BEING EATEN by hungry deer. Rotten, inedible apples rolling on the sidewalk. A dying fruit tree on a beautifully manicured lawn. What do they have in common? In Parshas Shoftim, Hakadosh Baruch Hu gives the Yidden step-by-step instruction on how to go about treating the enemy during war. One of His commandments is not to destroy any of their fruit trees because of baal tashchis. In times of war, it is common practice to cut the food supply of the enemy to force them into surrendering, but even at such times, being careful with baal tashchis takes precedence. There are many halachos involved in caring for fruit trees on a property. Whether for a sukkah, building a home, enhancing a lawn or renovations, one has to ask a knowledgeable posek. Here are just some anecdotes of people who have dealt with such an issue. The rule of thumb is: Ask! Ask your rav before assuming anything.
THE GREENBERG FAMILY “Fungus,” the landscaper declared. The Greenbergs looked sorrowfully at the once-beautiful shady tree that had enhanced their lawn for so many years. “All over Monsey, these cherry blossom trees have fungus.” The Greenbergs had known something was horribly wrong when the tree suddenly grew ugly globs instead of pretty leaves.
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Cherry blossom tree? They had a regular red tree, didn’t they? Does that make it a fruit tree? So that’s why the tree randomly grew unidentifiable round red balls. Apparently they were right. These cherry blossom trees go through a process that disables their cherrymaking-ability before being sold, and then they are marketed as a simple leafy tree. The status of these trees are shady (sorry for the pun). Their ehrliche landscaper explained that his rav had told him what to do in these cases. In order to save the tree, it had to be cut to the bark, and it often regenerated the next year. The landscapers got to work, and in an hour, the tree looked like a lonely stick in the ground. The Greenbergs shared the sorry story with a friend later that day. “Really?!” the friend said. “We had the same tree with the same fungus, and our dayan told us not to touch it! It doesn’t pay to mess with a fruit tree.” Mrs. Greenberg was horrified. Did they do the right or the wrong thing? She asked a talmid chacham knowledgeable in the matter. Apparently, there is more than
Since then, the family living in the home had lost a child in addition to many other tragedies. They moved out of the house hoping to sell the house and have a meshane mazel, but the home could not be sold. Everyone stayed far away. It’s been a few years, yet the house is still unoccupied.
THE BROOK FAMILY one way to pasken; it’s not always a black-and-white answer. Bottom line is never to rely on a landscaper. Or friend. Ask your own rav. The next spring, all her doubts evaporated. The lonely branch came to life. Gorgeous white and pink blossoms grew out of the dead branch, and in one season the tree grew to double its size.
THE WEISS FAMILY Houses in Brooklyn are hard to come by. That’s why it came as quite a surprise to find a well-maintained house, decently priced, in the heart of the city, no less. When the house was still on the market a few months later, the Weisses decided to at least make some inquiries. Could it be that their dream of owning a home in Boro Park was a possibility? Why was the house for sale? Why was it so cheap? Apparently, an apple tree had been uprooted from the property at a certain point. It had been done questionably, and the tree did not survive the transplant.
The Brooks thought they had left city life behind when they moved to a quiet Monsey street — until an ambitious housing developer bought the little house next door. Within a few months, tractors and cement trucks outshouted the birdsongs they had once enjoyed. Then the framers arrived, and a monstrous, three-story, multi-family home went up. The Brook boys took great interest in every detail of the new house. At least the building provided hours of occupation. They noticed one room in the house was built at an interesting angle and raised above ground. The developer told the curious Brooks that there had been an apple tree and he asked a sheila about it. The answer he received was that it was permissible to cut the tree down, but the stump would have to remain. Therefore, one bedroom had to be raised to accommodate the stump. A few months later, the homes were ready. Many people were afraid to move into the home with the raised room. He lowered the price and the expectations. Finally, a large family took the offer, probably because of the affordable rent. Finally, the “tree” house
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For years, the Gross family had a dead, wimpylooking tree at the very edge of their property. The only thing they knew about the tree was that it had never grown a leaf and was a total eyesore. The town wanted to add sidewalks to the street but the tree roots were in the way. The landscaper agreed with the officials, saying that it was completely dead and should be uprooted. Mr. Gross, however, knew that it might not be such a simple matter. He went to ask his Rebbe if it was okay to remove the tree. The Rebbe’s words were clear: “Never touch a fruit tree.” The town officials tried reasoning with Mr. Gross, and the landscaper shook his head in wonder. The very next year, shy flowers peeked out of the tree. For the first time in decades, the leaves came, and a few weeks later the tree sprouted apples. Today, quite a few decades later, the tree is still going (or growing) strong! A dead tree, revived. The tree is still at the very edge of the lawn and often rains apples on the sidewalk, but the Gross’s are grateful. They have a beautiful fruitful family with many simchos celebrated every year. It just reinforces the importance of asking an adam gadol without making assumptions.
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INGREDIENTS: 2 cups sugar I recently came across a sheet of math homework. The assignment involved many word problems, one of which I’d like to share with you. It read as follows: You have been given the task of transporting 3,000 apples 1,000 miles from Appleland to Bananaville. Your truck can carry up to 1,000 apples at a time. Every time you travel a mile toward Bananaville you must give away 1 apple to pay tax, but you pay nothing when going in the other direction (toward Appleland). What is the highest number of apples you can get to Bananaville after all taxes? Honestly, this one was totally beyond me. All I could think of was: What in the world are they planning to do with all these apples? If I’d be there I would just keep them all in Appleland and make caramel apples! There’s no better season for caramel apples than early fall. Apples are abundant, and at their very best, crispy, crunchy, perfectly colored and deliciously flavored. So grab a bushel of them (or the whole 3,000), pick your toppings and enjoy! (Still working on that word problem? The answer is 833 apples…)
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¼ cup light corn syrup ½ cup water ½ cup heavy cream or half-and-half or pareve creamer 1 T. unsalted butter or margarine 1 tsp. vanilla extract Pinch of salt 6 big apples at room temperature (local, unwaxed apples work best) Assortment of toppings (see options)
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SHORTCUT: If you don’t want to bother making your own caramel coating, you can buy ready wrapped caramels and microwave them until melted. (Be careful to check if the caramels you buy are dairy or pareve.) Proceed from step #3. NOTE ABOUT CANDY THERMOMETERS: And you thought thermometers are only for feverish patients… Candy thermometers can be bought at all houseware
stores and in supermarkets that stock kitchenware. It usually comes with a metal clip which conveniently hooks over the rim of the pot as the thermometer dangles inside, reading the temperature of whatever’s brewing. Recipes that call for candy thermometers are usually very sensitive to the precise amount of heat needed to yield a particular consistency in the final product. Watch it carefully because once the numbers start to climb they rise rather quickly.
Combine the first three ingredients in a small saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, stirring just until the sugar dissolves. Stir gently so as not to get the mixture onto the sides of the pot. Cook until it’s amber-colored and a candy thermometer reads 320 degrees (approximately 8–10 minutes).
Remove from heat and slowly add the next four ingredients. Return to low heat and whisk until smooth.
Allow the mixture to cool until the caramel is thick enough to coat the back of a spoon.
While waiting for the mixture to cool and thicken, wash apples well, removing all wax and shine completely. You may even want to use fine grit sandpaper if you have it on hand. Insert wooden sticks into apple centers, pushing ¾ of the way into the apple.
Dip the apples into the caramel and allow the excess to drip off. (If most of the caramel slides right off you may need to let it thicken a bit more before trying again.)
Coat in toppings while the caramel is still warm, and place apples on parchment paper until the caramel hardens. Bon Appetite!
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TOPPINGS BAR: Add to the deliciousness by coating the apple in one or more toppings. Here is a list for some inspiration: sprinkles, mini M&M’s, mini chocolate chips, chopped nuts, cookie crumbs, toffee bits, shredded coconut, chopped Viennese crunch, butterscotch chips, peanut butter chips, mini marshmallows, crushed crunchy cereal, crushed graham crackers, pretzel pieces, melted chocolate for drizzling, chopped dried fruit… Hey, are you drooling?
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Apple-picking season is here! Enjoy this list of local farms and their apple-picking hours and rates. Many of these farms offer more attractions and pick-your-own for different fruits, too. It’s always a good idea to call ahead of time to verify cost (or ask about them; some will only divulge prices to interested customers) and hours — and to hear what’s available for picking on a given day.
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THE ORCHARDS OF CONCKLIN 12 minutes 2 S. Mountain Rd, Pomona, NY 10970 845-354-0369 Apple picking: Sundays from September 17: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
APPLE DAVE’S ORCHARDS 45 minutes 82 Four Corners Rd, Warwick, NY 10990 845-986-1684 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Bags: 50 cents for half peck and $1.00 for half bushel. Once it’s filled, they charge $8 for filled peck bag and $30 for filled half-bushel bag
DR. DAVIES FARM 20 minutes 306 Route 304, Congers, NY 10920 845-268-7020 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
OCH’S ORCHARD 47 minutes 4 Ochs Ln, Warwick, NY 10990 845-986-1591 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
DEMAREST FARMS 21 minutes 244 Wierimus Rd, Hillsdale, NJ 07642
WIGHTMAN FARMS 47 minutes 1111 Mt Kemble Ave, Morristown, NJ 07960
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$29 for a half a bushel of apples
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130 Hardscrabble Rd, North Salem, NY 10560
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
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PENNINGS ORCHARD 49 minutes 169 NY-94, Warwick, NY 10990
WEED ORCHARDS 56 minutes
43 Mt Zion Rd, Marlboro, NY 12542
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
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10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
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own struggles. For instance, I’ll tell them, “I really wasn’t sure if that was my best lecture ever. It’s truly hard to second-guess myself. I know I prepared well and did my best; now the outcome is up to Hashem.” These affirmations sit warm and cozy in a child’s center. They come to realize nobody’s perfect and all we have to do is try our very best. A certain quiet calm is infused with this attitude and the groundwork is laid for success. Another 21st century common misstep is guilt. My go-to response can sometimes be the need to have my child be my friend instead of staying strong and confident in my decision and being a mom. Chas v’shalom, I don’t want my children to be yesomim —I want to be an active, living parent for them. I need to pick the right path for my family, with my husband and Daas Torah, and stick to it confidently and firmly. Then my shoulders are broad and strong enough for my children to lean on and be secure in their way. One fundamental building block of childhood is boundaries. Along with the boundaries come natural consequences. This is key in teaching children right from wrong and how things are in the real world, away from Mommy’s frilly apron strings. When a parent sets limits, healthy children will push. Every child will nag endlessly about what he can’t have. Every healthy teenager’s dream is to explore the one option his parents didn’t. This is age-appropriate.
What’s also age-appropriate is experiencing what happens next firsthand. When a child refuses to do his homework and then misses recess to finish the assignment, you can bet your fidget spinner that it won’t happen again. When a teen stays up late yakking with her friends on the phone and fails a test, she will usually be the first to hang up next time and focus on her studies. When a parent interrupts this natural occurrence of events by excusing the behavior and fighting the rules with the teacher, she is depriving the child of a gift—the gift of learning that our actions have consequences. For the younger set, every time you throw your hands up and give in to the nagging, your child learns “Mommy doesn’t mean what she says. I just have to keep whining and I’ll get what I want.” But in fact, Mommy and Tatty cannot always give the child what they think they must have, nor can they always save the day. The child will quickly learn that it’s up to her to pull her weight in this world and only then will she link action to consequence. Giving in to a child’s demands is often the easier option. But looking ahead, these boundaries are in every child’s best interest and in the hope of a bright future. Facilitated by Tzurti Stern Perl Abramovitz is an international speaker and sought-after counselor. She has been teaching her unique parenting method to thousands of parents in the United States and abroad for over a decade.
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CHESTNUT RIDGE — THE BIRDS
Zip Code: 10952, except for the
following streets, which are 10977: Jon Leif Lane, Chelsea Lane, Madeline Terrace, Cardinal Lane, Margetts Road (the half that’s east of Allan Drive) and Carmen Court. Area mileage: .523 square mile Overview: This area got its name from its “bird-name” streets, but ironically, most of the streets with the bird names are not in this section, but in the Hungry Hollow section of Chestnut Ridge. One-family homes and beautiful yards is what you will see in this area; property sizes are between .5 to .7 of an acre, and the grassy yards and trees make it a lovely place to call home.
There are currently four homes for sale in this area at an average price of $734,000, listed below.
You can expect to pay $12,000–$14,000 annually in taxes in this area.
The zoning throughout most of the area is R-25, which means that a onefamily home can be built on every 25,000 square feet. Between Old Nyack Turnpike and the Thruway, the property sizes are .25 acre and their zoning is R-15: one unit may be built on every 15,000 square feet.
Five homes sold in this area in the past year at an average price of $561,000. The highest sale was $699,000 and the cheapest home sold for $425,000.
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Newday 320 Saddle River Road Airmont, NY 10952 This shopping center also houses Sareka on Saddle, Slice and Spice, and Euro Design Couture. It takes anywhere from 5–23 minutes to walk, and 1–3 minutes to drive to Newday from The Birds in Chestnut Ridge, depending where in the area one lives.
NEAREST PLAYGROUNDS AND PARKS:
Monsey Glen County Park
GETTING TO MAIN MONSEY:
Walking: 30–40 minutes Driving: 6–8 minutes
Corner Route 59 and Saddle River Road
Wooded area with hiking trails and artifacts from Native Americans 4-minute drive Lorna Lane Park 24 N. Lorna Lane
Small gated-in neighborhood playground with swings and small play gym and basketball court 6-minute drive
1. ביהמ”ד דקהל סאסוב 95 Dykstras Way
2. קהל חרדים
209 Quackenbush Lane
Children’s Park 11 Grotke Lane
Beautiful park with three exciting playstations for different ages, ball court, bike paths, a lake and picnic tables and shade 7-minute drive
What I like about our neighborhood is the privacy the one-family homes and beautiful yards offer, and yet there’s a definite sense of belonging in this welcoming, warm community. We share in each others’ simchos and we’re almost like family.
3. קהל חמודי צבי רייוועץ 171 Quackenbush Lane
4. אור מרדכי
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By: Shevy Hollander
TO PEEL OR NOT TO PEEL?
By removing the apple’s skin prior to eating it, you’re putting approximately half of its fiber and just about three-quarters of its vitamin C into the trash can, along with a pack of other nutrients. The skin also contains antioxidants and compounds that protect your memory, improve lung function and do you a load of good. However, many of the apples in households everywhere have been treated with pesticides. Experts say not to peel them, but to opt for organic produce. If you can’t afford to do so, limit pesticide exposure by washing all produce thoroughly under running water, scrubbing firm produce (like apples, potatoes or squash) with a clean brush, and drying prior to eating with a clean cloth or paper towel. Soap, detergents or produce washes are not recommended.
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Note: Prior to preparing any fruit skins or peels for ingestion, please consult halachic authorities regarding possibility of infestation.
DON’T JUDGE A FRUIT BY ITS PEEL!
As a general rule, the darker a fruit is, the richer it is in nutrients, but that is true for the flesh of the fruit and not its peel. An apple may look darker than a cantaloupe, but the cantaloup is richer in nutrients. PEELS IN THE COMPOST HEAP
Both banana and orange peels make excellent fertilizers and should be placed on the compost pile instead of in the trash can. In a large-scale experiment, Del Ora, a Costa Rican orange juice manufacturer dumped 12,000 tons of discarded orange peels on degraded land, and the effect was instantaneous. In just a few months, the soil became thick and black, but unfortunately, the experiment was forced to end due to a competitor’s lawsuit. Upon evaluating the land some 16 years later, a team found that the compost heap yielded richer soil, more tree mass and a broader diversity of tree species than the neighboring fields. So although the experiment ended prematurely, orange peels’ fertilizing power was proven.
THAT FUZZY PROTECTION
The fuzz on the peach skin and kiwi peels is said to repel insects who get irritated by it. Ask around, and you’ll learn that it keeps away plenty humans, too, who will opt for nectarines over peaches.
GOING BANANAS OVER BANANA PEELS!
EAT THEM Not only are banana peels edible, they are chock full of nutritional benefits, boasting fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6 and potassium. In countries like India, they do not get tossed but are rather blended into smoothies, fried, baked or boiled and then consumed. SOAK THEM Let banana peels sit in a bucket of water for several days and use the nutrient-dense water to quench your plants. COOK THEM When roasting meat, place banana peels in your pan beneath the meat, to keep it moist and tender. RUB THEM ...on your teeth for a natural tooth whitener, on your shoes for a great polish (should be followed by buffing), on your silver for natural polish, on your wart to make it disappear and on your itch (bug bites, poison ivy or psoriasis) to soothe it.
USE CITRUS PEELS TO:
• Clean wood surfaces • Polish stainless steel, chrome or copper surfaces • Keep odors at bay: Some orange peels in old hosiery for your musty closet, some peels tossed down your drain to eliminate sink odors, some lemon peels to deodorize your refrigerator. • Prevent brown sugar from forming into rocklike formations by keeping a few orange rinds in the bag. • Build a better bonfire by letting their natural oils act as firelighters • Season different teas and foods with lemon or orange zest, which give a flavor unmatched by any other flavoring. • Enjoy them chocolate-covered or candied. Some people love those delights.
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While our client wants elegant, a voch nacht can use more color for warmth. Therefore, we add some blues and greens to the classy silver and glass theme.
Patterned tablecloths bedecked with blue drinking glasses, tall, glass candlesticks and a refreshing flower bouquet brings chic and class to the simcha.
Glass “fish bowl” type vases overflow with hydrangeas, yet we contain them somewhat so that they don’t dominate the tables.
Silver and glass X-shelves bring height and drama to the buffet; one for “baby boy” miniatures, and the other for cut-up fruits. We bring the floral theme here too, interspersing small bouquets and candles with the food.
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While the booties and bow cake is resplendent at the center of the buffet, we find it fitting to surround it with some more, adorable baby-themed goods for greater effect.
Matching cocktail tables loaded with salads, refreshing drinks and some more sweets, round out the elegance at the buffet. Cutlery and disposable plates are displayed simply where theyâ€™re needed most; at the salad buffet.
A huge silver basket filled with customdesigned pekelach sits upon a â€œpizza table.â€? While far from the center of the room, the design here is enough to attract viewers: Our pekelach designer more than met our expectations by finding the perfect match for our patterned tablecloth.
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An organza-look fabric draped over the mechitza brings class and grace to the hall.
Dim lighting here makes for a semi-sophisticated atmosphere while allowing colors in the décor to remain true to their natural state — without the glare of bright lights.
Over at the men’s side the color theme remains the same, but we make do with simpler décor; drinks are served in plastic bottles and cups; buffet tablecloths are solid; cake trays are no-frills; and we use candelabras in place of fresh flowers. In tune with the male gastronomic preferences, however, we serve plenty of hot food, wine and whiskey.
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Everyone approaches the Rav to wish him “a gutten moed”
In just a moment I will kiss the hand of the famous mekubal Harav Shalom Sharabi!
Is this the Rosh Yeshiva?
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By Ann Zeilingold
COLONIAL: This style home dates to the 1800s and is one of the most popular styles in the United States. Colonial homes usually have two or three stories. The classic Colonial house floor plan has the main living area — kitchen, living room, dining room and family room — on the first floor and the bedrooms on the second floor. In our area, a colonial is the most desirable floor plan, mostly because of the comfortable living space, and usually full basements for added storage and living space.
Different Varieties, Different Names There are many varieties of apples, all with different names. Some are tart, some are sweet. Some are soft, and some are very hard. Some are red, and others are yellow, green or orange. Some are very small, and others are large. Some are shiny and others aren’t. Basically, if one is in the mood of an apple, you can have your pick! Similarly, there are many types of houses, styles and sizes. A decision on what type of apple one should choose may be minor, but when it comes to a home, this decision is major. Upon doing research for this article I found out that there are more styles of homes that I ever thought possible. We will discuss the most common ones in our area. CAPE COD: This type of home originated back in the 1600s, but was a common style home built in the 1930s. We can see them around our area, in the older neighborhoods. Typically one story — sometimes 1½ stories — the Cape Cod style features a steep roofline. The attics are often finished and used as bedrooms. They often boast dormer windows for added space, light, and ventilation. The cape style home is versatile and is easy to add on to. Many of these style homes in our area have been renovated with added on attached garages, sunrooms and bedrooms.
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A decision on what type of apple one should choose may be minor, but when it comes to a home, this decision is major.
RANCH: This style originated in California in the 1930s (hence the term “California Ranch”). It is a home designed so that bedrooms, kitchen, dining room and living space are all on one level. It emerged as one of the most popular American styles in the 1950s and 60s, when the automobile had replaced early 20th-century
forms of transportation, such as streetcars. Now homebuyers who owned cars could move to the suburbs into bigger homes on bigger lots. Most of these homes therefore were built with garages. It is a popular home most especially because it has no steps and therefore can accommodate a handicapped occupant or someone who finds steps difficult.
SPLIT LEVEL: A modern style that architects created to separate — “split” — certain living activities, such as sleeping or socializing, split levels offered a multilevel alternative to the ranch which was typical in the 1950s. The lowest levels were devoted to a garage and family room; the midlevel, which usually jutted out from the two-story section, offered “quieter” quarters, such as the living and dining rooms; and the area above the garage was designed for bedrooms. There is usually a half staircase between each level. In our area, there are many split levels. They are almost as popular as the next style that we will discuss, the…
HI RANCH, also known as a bi-
level or a split ranch. This is one of the most popular style homes built in the suburbs in the late 1950s through the late 1980s and even into the 1990s. It features practical living space and is the most affordable home style to build. A typical hi-ranch has three bedrooms upstairs along with a living room, dining room and kitchen. The lower level has the garages, a family room and sometimes another bedroom. It received its name because it is a more affordable variation of the ranch. Unlike the ranch, it does not have a full flight of steps to the lower level. Typically, the entrance level is “split” between the two levels and there is a half staircase going upstairs and the other half staircase going downstairs.
Some other interesting factoids that I discovered while learning about homes: There are homes with names like the: “salt shaker,” “stick,” and “shotgun.” These homes are named for their shapes. “Salt shaker” homes resemble a salt shaker with a wider bottom than top. The “stick” is an older colonial style which has vertical and diagonal boards which are part of the design, but resemble sticks, while the “shotgun” is a narrow house, usually one level and one room wide, and one rooms leads into another, so if someone was to fire a gun the bullet can traverse every room in the house, front to back! There are many other styles such as Victorian, Tudor, Contemporary or a Farmhouse. These homes are styles and we see them in our area. They refer to the design from that period in history. There are log homes and bungalows. Today a log cabin can be larger and more elaborate than a McMansion! An interesting bungalow style which was very popular 1900–1930, is the craftsman, or Arts and Crafts. It features a bungalow with a lot of interior woodwork, built-in shelving and seating. These are just a few of the homes and styles available for sale and in
our neighborhoods. So next time when you head down the produce aisle and spend a full 10 minutes to choose the apple variety that you wish to purchase; imagine yourself sitting at the table, munching on that apple, as you are perusing all the varieties of homes that are available for sale, knowing that it is greater than a 10-minute decision!
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property; soaring ceilings; hardwood floors; wrap-around deck ideal for entertaining; close to transportation; priced to sell $439K
NEW HEMPSTEAD/SPRING VALLEY Just Listed! Charming 6-bedroom bi-level; 3.5 baths. Very desirable location. Two kitchens, low taxes. This home is waiting just for you! NEW HEMPSTEAD Live in paradise ; 4 bed room bi- level; enjoy private spa-like pool all set up for great entertainment flow; walk out of the kitchen to a relaxing screened -in porch, leading out to a huge deck with gorgeous views; located in a warm welcoming community. NEW CITY A rare gem! hard wood floors, tiled bathrooms, eat-in kitchen, master bedroom with private bathroom, cozy family room w/ fireplace, lots of windows and light. Versatile floor plan; ideal for entertaining; lovely deck overlooking picturesque yard and sparkling pool nestled in a private and tranquil setting. ONLY $499K POMONA Modern and updated contemporary 5 bedrooms; large flat property surrounded by lovely landscaping. Open floor plan; large dining room and family room. Come see this great house for yourself! Bonus! Low Taxes! FOR RENT Stunning modern home with gorgeous pool and grounds. Call for more information. PERFECT FOR A SCHOOL! Flat property with acreage in Ramapo; separate structure on grounds
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Classifieds FOR SALE 2004 BUICK CENTURY gr8 cond. asking $1850 150k all working order 732-2280227 LOOKING TO PURCHASE Toyota Sienna or Honda Odyssey minivan in good condition, for local driving. Pls call/txt 845.548.2685 SHOWCASE WITH MIRROR and light (70x20 inches height 38 inches) to sell call 845-352-5638 BARELY USED grey recliner. $275. Please call 425-8456. FURNITURE 2 High quality custom children/Teen Bedroom/ office furniture suites for sale $ 300-$500. Curio, Breakfront, 2 Sofas, Lamp/ table, formal desk. 914 419 8113 ITALIAN DR TABLE brand-new condition. Includes 2 leaves. No chairs. Call 587-7022 6’ GLASS TABLE with 6 wrought iron chairs. Very good condition. Call 2635045 MASTER BEDROOM SET with glass tops used for couple months $2500 call 845-445-8015 DR FURNITURE Good Condition. $1200 negotiable Please text; 845642-0126
FOR SALE Master bedroom set for sale. Best offer. Pictures available. 845-213-8236 MOVING SALE mahogany boys bedroom set with full wall unit, living room set ( 2 material couches coffee table and corner table) bed with headboard, matching chest and changing table call 845-746-1683 MASTER BEDROOM 6 pc Italian furniture great condition grab the deal 845709-3689 DINING ROOM TABLE dark wood with leaves in good condition. Please call 845-356-1390 WINDOW AIR CONDITIONERS 12,000 btu, 10,000 btu, and 6,500 btu. Great prices. Call: 917- 482-1404. BLACK KITCHEN AID 6 qt bowl. Lightly used in great condition. $200. Call/ Text (862)823-3914
Many styles available. the Natural Place 352-7331 PIANO antique black baby grand Mathesheq. Needs some work. Asking $1,000 845.587.1358 BRAND NEW Birkenstock sz 6 purple/ burgundy color. $60 call: 845.425.0047 CUTIE DIAPERS size 5And 6 very cheap 8454261249 DINI SHEITLE Barely worn, dark color Lob style $1800, Call 845.587.0978 FOR SALE Magic mill mixer, Graco snapngo infant sea,t 7 britax car seats Maclaren citi micro, picnic table 20in bike baby swing+ 201 500 8149 CARRIAGE FOR SALE Special edition buffalo escape. Perfect condition. Includes bassinet, stroller, baby bag, plastic and new hood. Pls call 845 426 1077
GE TOP LOADER washer dryer. Excellent condition $400 or best offer. 845-826-1994
MEDELA PUMP Brand new, still in box. $220 obo 347-977-1993
TOP LOADER washer & dryer, gr8 condition pls call 347-243-1822
OUTDOOR GARBAGE CANS Big, top quality two for $100 call 845 418 2611
DIGITAL AIR CONDITIONER with remote in excellent condition. 6400 BTU. $100 OBO. call 216-470-9841.
TWIN CARRIAGE Bumbleride, in excellent condition for sale. 362-1462
USED DRYER in good working condition for $50 Please call 845-826-4928
DOUBLE CARRIAGE Baby jogger city series, in great condition 200 OBO 845371-1962/845-659-7126
CHAIRS FOR SALE Set of 4 chairs $80 call 845664-2109
DIAMOND EARRINGS great price. 914-391-8982.
COFFEE TABLE Wrought iron and glass top (48 x 32 x 16 high, Large Size) reasonable, 845- 4257780
BIRKENSTOCK SHOES/ SLIPPERS World famous for comfort, posture and arch support.
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BELOW COST: Brand new in box Kidkraft 120 pc. train table: $80 845425-2460
OTTOMAN BENCH beige gold fabric good condition $65 Call 845-6642109 CARRIAGE BUNTING Brand new Cozy Coop. Regular price $100 selling for $60 obo. call or text 8452741909. MATERNA STAGE 2 Milchig $28. Free delivery for min 3. Please call 352-0290 ELEGANT BLACK HAT (on a head band) to sell Call 845-570-7789 DOONA BAG Brand new, grey, $50 reg. $80 please call 845-570-7033 BEIGE RECLINER in brand new conditions ( bonded leather)selling for 200. 8454258505 BABY WINTER JACKET Jacadi, boys, brand new with tags, real down, fur hood, navy, size 18 months 845-5967727 MAHOGANY BABY CRIB with mattress, Gently used $250 845-641-9443 PROFESSIONAL CAMERA Nearly new Rebel T5i with 18135 mm lense and accessories for sale. Call/text 845-7093232. ELECTROLUX ATTACHMENTS power nozzle, carpet pieces, et.-excellent condition, excellent price. Please call 845-425-6826. MATERNA FORMULA Stage 1 and Stage 2 Formula - $28.00 each. Call to reserve 845 425 2839 SUKKA PANELS 4’ x 8’ wood, used once, weatherized. Originally $100
each. $60/$400 for 8. Text 917-907-1429.
and beautiful area rug! Call/ text 347-524-6815.
ROAD BIKE very light weight ,amazing condition ,call 8482245500
BOYS SMOCK for 18 month - 3 yr old $5. mason jars $1/each. Call/txt 201 615 0335
BUGABOO CAMELEON navy with some red accent. Purchased in 2013 Used for one kid. 300 Inc. everything. 425-1937 CUISINART PRO CUSTOM 11 food processor, in perfect condition. $100. Call/Text (862)823-3914. GRACO CAR SEAT and snap and go. Excellent condition. 914-391-8982. MAMA’S & PAPAS BASSINET in mint condition camel color for $100 OBO. Please call 426-2850 GIRLS VENETTINI black Shabbos shoes size 29. hardly worn. Call 347-3427089 LOOKING FOR lulus last year maroon winter robe in size 12-24 month please call 845-263-6969 CARRIAGE/DIAPER BAG $50 reg. $80 please call 845356-0971 SUCCAH Approx 7’ X 10’. Very easy set up. Includes schach, lights,
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Beautiful apartments in Yerushalayim avail. for short term rentals. We manage properties as well. Call 718-408-8070 for American Service! Email us at vacation@ shisharealty.com FOR SALE ON ELM STREET 3rd Floor flat style unit for sale includes: Kitchen/ Dinette, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, back porch. Please Call 845659-4531. ROCK HILL ROAD, SPRING VALLEY 6 Bdrm immaculate bi-level for sale. In law suite with second kitchen. Please call Charnie Guttmann 845-2742780 For a private viewing. Rodeo Realty. SPOOK ROCK ROAD! Expanded Home! with full basement! Near carlton rd! Open House Sunday Sep 17 1-4 PM 347-598-8084
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MONROE Highland Mills area Legal two family 347-598-8084 MONSEY HOUSE FOR RENT Big 5 Bedrooms, Master Bedroom + nice, private bathroom including jacuzzi, big walk in closet. 1500 sq ft. per floor. Big kitchen, with Parve Island, 3 sinks, Open Dining Room, Living room, Pesach Kitchen, big patio, central A/C. 122 Horton Drive. Call; 914-420-7039 NEW ON THE MARKET Large extended beautifully newly renovated high ranch for rent. Large granite kitchen, pesach ktchn, dining rm, living rm, 4/5 bedrooms, playroom/ study, lrg deck, lrg fenced in private backyard in great neighborhood dana area. call 347-699-7204 and leave message
5 BDRM TOWNHOUSE ON GIBBS CT New Townhouse for rent includes: Kitchen, Pesach Kitchen, Dining Rm, Living Rm, 2.5 baths and porch. Please call 845-659-4531. 4 BDRM 3 bath private house w sukka And shlak 1400. 18458264066 3 BEDROOM HOUSE 8 beds + folding bed + cribs, on Jacaruso available for Rosh Hashana & Succos. Please call 845-356-0989 SUKKOS RENTAL 4 bedroom house in the Ellish Pkwy area. Please call (845) 425-2699 3 BEDRM 2 bath, on quiet cul-de-sac block; chasidish +litvish
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// homes // for rent // dresses & gowns bath. Please call 845-6594531. 1 BEDROOM new on Lane st. Call 845425-9144 ROSH HASHANA RENTAL. 2 bedroom+kitchen+dining room Edwin Ln. $525 845.734.3103
shuls nearby Chestnut Ridge/ Spring Hill area; 845 377 3687
Great price! Call for details… (845) 352-7118
KATZ FAMILY GETAWAY in Kingston, NY. call 845334-9044 or email leah@ iloveganisrael.com
4 BDRM APT ON DECATUR AVE Apartment for rent includes: Kitchen, Pesach Kitchen, Dining Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and porch. Please call 845-659-4531.
PAMONA RENTAL 3 bedrm apartment; quiet culdesac street 845 377 3687 CHESNUT RIDGE / SCOTLAND 4/5 Bedrooms, Call - 845659-6679
3 BDRM APT ON GIBBS CT New Apt for rent includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm,3 bedrooms and 2 Full baths. Please call 845-659-4531
SUCCOS RENTAL OCT 4-25. 5+ BR, Sukkah. Near Viznitz, Bobov, R’Schlesinger, Stamford Yeshiva, R’Bachrach’s Yeshiva, Call/text 845-5178997
ONE BDRM APT ON JILL LANE One Bedroom apartment for rent on Jill Lane. Includes Kitchen, Dining Rm and bath. No parking avail. Please call 845-659-4531.
GWEN LANE Beautifully renovated three room apartment now available. Private entrance...
FURNISHED APT FOR RENT ON DECATUR AVE New apartment for rent includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm, one bedroom and full
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3 ROOM FURNISHED Jill Lane available mid November. Kitchen dining/ living room bedroom washer dryer. Please call 845-8264928. VITZNITZ RENTAL 2 bedroom apartment on Ashel Lane available for Rosh Hashana, Yom Kipper and Succos. Please call 347-7150565 3 ROOMS on Dana, call 274-5663 2 BEDROOM on North Cole. Private entrance. Please call 8454758442 3 SMALL BDRM new condition. Remsen Ave. call 8455386517 2 BEDROOM private apt. in Joshua Ct. area for rent. Ideal for chosson/ kalla. Call: 347-541-9505 FURNISHED APT 4 bdrm. 3 full bths. 2 Kitchens. New. Blauvelt road. 845.327.8080
3 BEDROOM on Phyllis Terr. 1 bthrm / brand-new kitchen. $1850 + utilities. Section 8 ok. Colonial Property Management 845-367-4240. ASHEL AREA 4 room apartment near Viznitz shul. Available for Rosh Hashana and Simchas Torah. Please call 845-3254850 2 BDRM APT for Rosh Hashanah in prime Monsey area. Please call 845545-8454. 1 BDRM APT Freshly painted apt. In the Sam Law area avail. immediately. Please text: 845 579 5452. 2 RM FURNISHED Private entrance. appliances included.Dana Rd. Available from October 1 Asking $875 + utilities Please call 845-4225637 JERUSALEM APARTMENTS avail. for any part of Tishrei. Call broker: 972533145590 YOM TOV RENTAL Unfurnished 3BR 2BA Apt Ronald Dr. Whole/Part of Tishrei Call/Text 845-4459123 SUKKOS IN YERUSHALYM Sorotzkin, 2 spacious bedrooms, 1.5 bathrroms, 2 SUKKAH porches. Available Oct 3 (after Yom Kippur) Oct 17. firstname.lastname@example.org
s 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED House w/SUCCAH, POOL, near SHULS & SHOPPING, reasonable. 914 8063048
TWO BEDROOM In Chestnut Ridge, short or long term possibility to be furnished. Call 3303131301
2 BDRM ready to move inn , please call 8453561734
ROSH HASHANA - MONROE furnished apt. in STARS Kiryas HIRING Yoel. NOW: SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: 2 beds. Good Price. 347-374Looking for someone to work with young lady with worker to be a ‘frie Looking for a male comhab The STARS program• is now hiring 12th Grade (age 0770 18+) or post-seminary girlsautism in Monsey. Every weekday from 6-9 Pm. And to work with our young a high functioning teenager every day between 3
1 BEDROOM Full KITCHEN, Full BATH, WALK IN, PRIVATE ENTRANCE, Ronald Drive 845 4257780 WALK-IN 3 ROOM available October 15th on Regina Road. Call 845-4250130. SUKKOS RENTAL Large 5+ home with sukka. Blauvelt Road. Available 10/2/17 - 10/15/17 (sleeps 15+) call: 8456595376 HOTEL- STYLE RENTAL 2 bedroom apt., by day/week/ weekend.New furniture, linen, towels etc. Stonehouse area. 845-548-1050 FURNISHED APARTMENT 2 rooms: 1 bedroom and 1 kitchen/dinette. Available immediately. 845 323-0003 SUCCOS RENTAL in Airmont available for yom kipper and succos. Big succah, Near shuls and Mikva. Please call or txt 845659-5662 3 BEDROOM on Dover Terr, 2 full bath, Call 845-579-5587 1 BEDROOM APT Living room, porch, sukah in Geula/Tzifania Available 9/26 -10/29 Call 646-828-0725 TWO BEDROOM Rental in chestnut ridge. Call or text 3303131301 BATES SUKKOS RENTAL 2 Bedroom, ground level flat, Call/ text: (267) 226-2820
adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m.Sundays after 2 PM. Driver’s license required. in the evening, 1-2 times a pm. Flexible about schedule.
Excellent private pay. Please call 845-503-0240 Looking for a male worker to help a young ma week, as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic 1 BEDROOM in Yerushalayim -activities Kiryas and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment a slight physical disability every morning from special-needs girl andaevenings from 6-9PM. and Very gratifying work as• you Looking for someone to positively impact lives— take Tsanz neighborhood. swimming a few times a week after 6. Must drive and close to Slunim &plus, Belz. great pay! Driver’s license required. Looking for a female worker to accomp have own car. Please call 845-503-0240. Available for RoshFor Hashonah physically disabled young girl every Sunday to a more information, please call 845-746-7254. appointment in Brooklyn. & Yom Kippur. Asking for GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY: • Looking for a girl or woman to work with a sweet $1600 obo 845-499-9923 Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to work Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a
young lady with special needs for a few hours during preferred. Please Contact: disabled young woman. Former camp simch difference. Driver’s license the week, early evenings and Sunday afternoons. counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly ever Esty Schonfeld Flexible hours. Great pay! (pay is not through an Looking for an experienced mature woman to P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org agency). Must drive. Please call: 845-503-0242. FOR RENT new mother with newborn care and light housek SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM: Looking girlafternoon to take out a young boy fro • Looking for an ABA PARA to workfor in athe Hamaspik is currently hiringhours. High School Diploma is required. Great pay. high school girls for our square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoo Sunday rewarding and fun-filled LARGE PLAYROOM FOR Respite Program A Training will be provided. Please send your resume: Looking for a female worker to work with a ve RENT experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to functioning teenager on weekends. Francis area Email: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org. Fax: 845-503in Bates area. 450Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org sq. Ft. or call 845-425-3421 1239. Phone: 845-503-0239 Looking for girl to take out a young girl with Cabinets and closets. 845 a detail message and leave medical issues on Sundays. Individual shoul 746 7251 to work in the or late g-tube experience willing to train. PACE OPPORTUNITY: • Looking for an ABA PARA Looking for a woman/girl toafternoon help a lowhours. High School Diploma is required. functioning 5 Looking for a worker to take out a young boy Great pay. Training will be provided. Please send 3 ROOM OFFICE SPACE year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. square on Shabbos. your resume: Email: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org. with bathroom inJob a new alsobuilt involves some light housework. Please call 845- Please contact our Comhab Coordinator at 84 Fax: 845-503-1239. Phone: 845-503-0239 custom house in the College 503-0214. 0240 or email tmermelstein@hamaspikrockla
& Highview area. 917-4742034 STORAGE 18452745663
SPACE RENTAL Ronald Dr 1-3 rooms 1-2 ba. Suitable for office, studio, class, storage etc. Call/Text 845-445-9123 ROOM/OFFICE SPACE in Bates area call 845-3520680. 1500 SQUARE FEET Designed according to your needs. Park Ave. Area. 718.599.5028 OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE Park Ave. 718.599.5028 1000 SQUARE FOOT pull up straight to garage door great location twin area call 845-659-8216
3 ROOM OFFICE in Central Maple Area Please Call 659-4330. OFFICE/STORAGE approx. 1500sqft, 3 spacious rooms, private entrance, quiet location, full bath. Near GSP/Thruway. $1100. 845445-8162 FREE RETAIL SPACE in our consignment store at 212 Market St. in Nanuet next to the Nanuet mall 845-6085967
DRESS/GOWNS MATERNITY GOWN size medium Ivory/silver coloring Call/text 845-2139050
SISTER OF BRIDE off-white & peach wedding gown, size 6-8 please contact 845-521-8198 MAUVE CHIFFON sister of bride gown for rent. Size 8-10. 362-3149 GIRLS GOWN size 8-10. Please call 845-6595886. PINK/MAUVE floral dress/gown for sale. Size 6-8. 845 293-0663 SISTER OF BRIDE size 4/6 adult off white & silver gown. Also 2 children gowns size 6 & 12 off white & silver Please call 845-7463328
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LIGHT COLOR sister of bride gown.. Printed summer velvet. Size 8-10. please call 845-362-2070 SISTER OF BRIDE light color gown for rent. Size 0-2. Used once.Please call 845-362-3241 or 845-4998319. MATERNITY DRESS sz.M for rent ( cream top black bottom) call 347-4326669 SISTER OF BRIDE Reasonably priced. Call 425-1210 SISTER OF BRIDE vort/ tenoyim Size 12-14 Call 845-570-7789
TENOYIM/SISTER OF BRIDE size 2. Please call 426-7460 2 SISTER OF BRIDE Blush. Worn once. Ladies sizes 10 & 12. Call 845-3529582. B\W WEDDING DRESS size 6 or 8-10 firstname.lastname@example.org call 845-425-3207 SISTER OF BRIDE, size 0. Has wide seams, may fit up to size 4. 845-200-4219. SISTER OF BRIDE black and white size 8-10, call or text 845-608-5688 TERRY JOHN navy gown with beaded lace center for rent Size 6 8. 3476231917
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// dresses & gowns // help wanted MOTHER/SISTER OF BRIDE two piece gown! Size 12/14, light grey color, extremely slenderizing Call or text 845641-9443 MATERNITY DRESS size medium, Ivory/silver coloring, Call/text 845-2139050 MECHTENISTA GOWN Sz 12, 774 8719 NAVY GOWNS Mother(sz 10) and sister of the bride (sz 2/4 ) Call or text 845-323-2331 PEARL-PINK LADIES GOWN size 8/10 tall, 845-213-0978 SISTER OF BRIDE Up-to-date. Light coloring. 8-10. Great price . C/T: 845271-8415. SISTER OF BRIDE embroidered gown Size 4 -6. Light coloring. 845-538-7161 CHILDRENS GOWNS 5, 6, 6 and 8- medium blue color. Please call 347-7314694. MOTHER OF BRIDE size 6. Call or text 845-2130366. SISTER OF BRIDE 2 teen or young adult size 2-4. Call or text 845-213-0366. SISTER OF BRIDE or kallah vort/ tenoyim. off white and a little cobalt blue design please call/text 845 263 4590 WHITE/GREEN DRESS size 2-4. Please call/text 845269-8649. SISTER OF BRIDE dress to rent size 4-6. Please call or text 845-659-5656
BLACK AND WHITE Size 10/12 Black and White gown available for sale/ rent. 845-608-6667 SISTER OF BRIDE Off white & gold gown size 8 please call or text 845-2747747 SISTER OF BRIDE size 6 black, white & gold,. Please call 845-354-1012 or text 845-422-6504 CUSTOM DRESS Size 6. 3d embroidered flowers. Great fit. Perfect for kallah tenuim/shabbos sheva brachos. 13477904217 SILVER GOWN with hot pink. great price. Size 8. 13477904217. OFF WHITE kallah tenoim/sister of the bride dress, please call 3566215 SISTER OF BRIDE 3 gowns, Excellent condition worn once. Sizes 8 10 12 845826-0501
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Yeshiva in Passaic, NJ needs: Pre 1 A & Grade 3, 12:45-4; Gr 5, 1:30-4:45; Gr 7-8 Math, 2-5:25; or part; Self contain 5, 7-Sci & Math, No Fridays or Sundays, BA pref Ed, 2+ yrs teach exper; firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 973-778-5697 DEVOTED BABYSITTER Mondays & Wednesdays 12:30-2:30PM Pls call 845425-8248 SEEKING BABYSITTER + mother’s helper from 3:156:15, Mon-Thur. Please call 2019833748 BABYSITTER WANTED in my home for 6:30 am - 8:30 am or evenings 7:309:30 pm Suzanne area. call/ text 845-538-1662. BOYS YESHIVA seeks middle school teacher. Experience preferred. Send resume to yoppen@ baishachinuch.org or fax (845)354-3806
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DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm
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ODDS AND ENDS ATTENTION if you are interested to join the Life and Health Insurance business New York Life Monsey office will host classes for the Life and Health Insurance Licensing in Yiddish. For Men midSeptember & for Women mid-October For more details & registration please call Abraham at 845-639-5203 Or send email to yschwartz@ ft.newyorklife.com You can also send us your resume if you are interested in more details for a career with New York Life. HOME FOR SPECIAL NEEDS מיר זענען גרייט אריינצונעמען / מיט שוואכקייטןadult/א בחור אדער איינער וואסdisabilities .קען נישט וואוינען אינדערהיים 917.576.3573 ביטע רופט WANTED Coatracks Lshem Mitzva for a school uniform Gmach. Also hangers & skirt hangers. 845-222-1305
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ב״ה ,כ"ה אלול ,ה'תשכ"ב ברוקלין ,נ.י. אל בני ובנות ישראל אשר בכל מקום ומקום ה׳ עליהם יחיו שלום רב וברכה! דער יאהר ה'תשכ"ב וועלכער קומט באלד צום שלוס ,איז געווען א יאהר פון ערנסטע געשעענישן אין דער וועלט בכלל און אין דער אידישער וועלט בפרט: די שרעק פאר דער מאכט פון די אטאמישע וואפען; די אנגעשטרענגקייט און צערודערונג פון די צווישען-פעלקער באציאונגען; דער וועלט געלויף אין פעלקער באוואפנונג א .ז .וו. אין דער אידישער לאגע ספעציעל – זיינען אידישע ישובים אין געוויסע טיילן פון דער וועלט ערנסט אויפגעטרייסלט געווארען. אזוי אויך בנוגע צום יחיד ,ביז אין זיין טאג טעגליכען לעבן, איז חאטש עס האט זיך געמערקט א התעוררות (א דערוועקונג), דורשט און אומקערן זיך צו אונזערע אייביגע קוואלען פון אמונה פאראיינציגט מיט תורה ומצות – איז דאך אבער ,ליידער (ניט אין סליחות טעג גערעדט) די געוואלטיגע שעת הכושר (גינסטיגע צייט) ניט אויסגענוצט געווארען אין דער געהעריגער מאס.
שטייט וחי בהם. אזא אויפפירונג פארזיכערט א רוהיגן און גליקלעכן לעבן פאר דעם יחיד ,פאר דעם כלל און פאר כל העולם כולו – גליקלאך סיי אין רוחניות סיי אין גשמיות, ווארום אין דער אמת'ן – זיינען רוחניות און גשמיות ניט צוויי באזונדערע וועלטן, שמע ישראל (אז א איד פארשטייט און דערהערט ,אז) ה' (איז) אלקינו (סיי פון איינצעלנעם ישראל ,סיי פון כלל ישראל. אז) ה' (איז) אחד (איינציג איבעראל און אומעטום – לעולם ועד) – בריינגט ער די איינציקייט קון אנטפלעקט איר אין כל העולם כולו און זעט אז ג-טליכקייט און רוחניות פירט אן מיט די גשמיות און א פארבעסערונג אין גייסטיקן לעבן ברענגט א פארבעסערונג אין מאטעריעלן לעבן. די פארבעסערונג אין גייסטיקן לעבן ,אין דער ערפילונג פון די מצות המלך מוז קומען אין ביידע געביטן :מצות וועלכע זיינען בין אדם למקום און מצות וועלכע זיינען בין אדם לחבירו ,און דאס ווערט אונטער-שטראכן אין דעם אויסגעשריי פון ראש-השנה: תשובה ,תפילה וצדקה מעבירין את רוע הגזירה.
תשובה ,דער פעסטער באשלוס אומקערן זיך צום מלך ,מיט א חרטה גמורה אויפ'ן עבר און א קבלה טובה אויף להבא ,סיי אין אין אנבליק פון דעם נייעם יאהר ,הבא עלינו ועל כל ישראל תפילה ,אין דעם געביט פון בין אדם למקום ,און סיי אין צדקה אין לטובה ,דארף זיך יעדער איד שטעלן די פראגע :וואס קען איך דעם געביט פון בין אדם לחבירו. טאן צו פארבעסערן און פארזיכערן די לאגע אין דעם קומענדיגען דאס אלעס נעמט אראפ את רוע הגזירה יאהר? וואס קען איך טאן פארן יחיד ,פאר זיך ,פאר כלל ישראל און בריינגט פאר'ן יחיד ,פאר'ן כלל און פאר כל העולם כולו און פאר דער וועלט ארום? א כתיבה וחתימה טובה לשנה טובה ומתוקה ,בגשמיות און ראש-השנה גיט דעם ענטפער; גיט אויך די מעגליכקייט: וברוחניות גם יחד. ראש-השנה ,דער יום-המשפט פון דעם יחיד ,פון דעם כלל און בברכת כתיבה וחתימה טובה פון דער גאנצער וועלט – איז דער אריינפיר אין דעם נייעם יאהר, בטוב הנראה והנגלה און דער ראש (קאפ) פון דעם אנקומענדען יאהר. /מקום החתימה / די נקודה פון ראש השנה איז הכתרה – פון דאס ניי קרוינען דעם אויבערשטן פאר א מלך – דורך מלכותו ברצון קבלו עליהם, מיט א גרויסער שמחה ,שטארקען ביטול און גרויסער יראה קרוינען און אויפנעמען דעם אויבערשטן אלס מלך ,און אונטערווארפן זיך צו זיין ווילען. יעדער איד ערפילט אין דעם טאג פון ראש השנה דעם אנזאג שתמליכוני עליכם – קרוינט מיך אלס קעניג איבער אייך – דעם אנזאג צו יעדן איינעם און איינער פון אונז .פון דער הכתרה פון די יחידים ,וואס יעדערער פון זיי איז דאך א בעשטאנד טייל פון כלל ישראל ,ווערט די הכתרה פון דעם אויבערשטן אלס מלך ישראל וגואלו .די קבלת מלכותו פונם יחיד ,בתוך כלל ישראל, ווירקט אויף דעם גאנצן ארום ,אויף דער גאנצער וועלט ,און עס ווערט ערפילט די בקשה :מלוך על כל העולם כולו (קיניג אויף דער גאנצער וועלט).
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קבלת מלכותו דריקט זיך אויס ,אין איינשטעלן די טאג- טעגלעכע אויפפירונג אין פולן איינקלאנג מיט דעם מלך'ס ווילן און זיינע געבאטן ,וועלכע זיינען אונז געגעבען געווארען פון דעם אויבערשטען ,דעם מלך חפץ בחיים (וואס וויל געבן אמת-ריכטיגן לעבן) אין דער תורה ,תורת חיים ,און די מצות אויף וועלכע עס
כ"ה אלול :נברא העולם (ויק"ר רפכ"ט .פדר"א פ"ח .ראה ר"ן ר"ה טז ,א) .ההמשכה על כל השנה שביום כ"ה באלול ומעלתו -נתבאר בד"ה יו"ט שר"ה תרל"ב. א התעוררות :להעיר מאמר הבעש"ט ז"ל על הב"ק שמכרזת (לקו"ת שלח מן ,סע"ב). ניט אויסגענוצט :ראהל קו"ת ויקרא רד"ה אדם כי יקריב. געהעריגער מאס :ראה כתובות סז ,רע"א. פאר דער וועלט :כתוכן כמה בקשות דר"ה ועד לתפלה וידע כל פעול (שבעולם העשי' -סי' האריז"ל) כו'. יום המשפט ..פון דער גאנצער וועלט :כל באי עולם (ר"ה פ"א מ"ב .ז"ח ר"פ נח). דער ראש :ראה עטרת ראש בתחלתו. איז הכתרה ..מיט א גרויסער :ד"ה יו"ט שר"ה ,תש"ג. דעם אנזאג :ר"ה טז ,א. ווירקט ..אויף דער גאנצער וועלט :ראה פדר"א פי"א :אמר להם כו' ונמליך עלינו כו'. קבלת מלכותו :ראה ג"כ קונטרס התפלה פט"ו. בחיים ..ריכטיגן לעבן :ראה מחצה"ש לשו"ע או"ח סקתפ"ב סק"ד. שמע ישראל ..אחד :מלכות דברי ר' יוסי (ר"ה לב ,ב .ונתבאר בהמשך וכהה תרל"ז פ"פ) . אחד ..אומעטום :ראה שו"ע רבנו הזקן סס"א ס"ו. די איינציקייט ..אין כל :ראה אגה"ק ס"ט. תפילה ..למקום :עייג"כ אור תורה להה"מ בסופו ד"ה אל תעש ..לפני המקום.
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סאטמאר-פלייש געשעפט צייכנט אפ "צווייטע יאר"
פון העכסטע קוואליטעט אין כשרות-הבשר
ין די טעג ווערט “די אפגעצייכנט צווייטע יאר” וואס פונקציאנירט עס מיט גרויס הצלחה און סייעתא דשמיא, בארימטער דער פלייש “סאטמאר
געשעפט” שע”י ק”ק סאטמאר מאנסי.
אין די קורצע צייט אפשניט האט דער סאטמאר פלייש געשעפט אויפגעבויעט א זעלטענער רעפוטאציע ביים חשוב’ן ציבור המדקדקים בכשרות למהדרין מן המהדרין ,וועלכע זוכן צו קויפן כשר-פלייש דייקא פונעם העכסטן כשרות קאליבאר. דער סאטמאר פלייש געשעפט צייכנט זיך אויס מיט אלע מעלות והידורים צום צופרידנהייט פונעם ציבור, אנגעהויבן “ברוחניות” :די פלייש זעלבסט און אלע פרטים ווערן אהערגעשטעלט לויט די הוראות פון כ”ק מרן אדמו”ר הגה”ק מסאטמאר שליט”א; דער געשעפט שטייט אונטער די שטרענגע השגחה פונעם גרויסן עמוד ההוראה הגה”צ אבד”ק ור”מ סאטמאר מאנסי שליט”א; אלע פלייש קומט נאר פון ‘איין’ שחיטה “בית השחיטה המהודרת קרית יואל” ,אזוי אז ס’קען זיך נישט אויסמישן מיט פלייש פון אנדערע שחיטות; דער געשעפט ליגט אין ציבור’ישע הענט ,וואס פארמיידט בעז”ה פארשידענע מעגליכע מכשולות. בפרט די פלייש זעלבסט זענען אלע פון די ‘סאטמארער שחיטה’ ,וואס צייכנט זיך אויס מיט די העכסטע
הידורים וחומרות ,ווי פאלגנד :אלעס ווערט פראדוצירט בלויז דורך היימישע אידן אחים לדעה יראי ה’; די שוחטים וואוינען אויפ’ן פלאץ; בדיקות והעמדת החלפים בתכלית ההידור; שחיטה במתינות מיט ישוב הדעת; באזונדערער ‘בודק סכינין יבש’ בין השחיטות; יעדע עוף באזונדער ווערט באקוקט פון טריפות המציות בזמנינו ,ווי :צומות הגידין ,הראיה ,בני מעיים ,בוקא דאטמא; באזונדערע משגיחים אראפצונעמען דם בעין פאר’ן זאלצן; יעדע עוף ווערט צעטיילט אין צוויי ‘ספליט-טשיקען’; מ’ניצט נאר ארגינעלע שטיין זאלץ; נאר אידישע זאלצערס; אזוי אויך איז מען מהדר ומחמיר ביי די ‘דקות’ ,נישט צו שחט’ן און צושטעלן פלייש פאר סאטמאר-בוטשער פון ‘ווייסע-קעלבער’ (עגלים לבנים) ,וויבאלד ס’האט אסאך חששות באופן פיטומה וגידולה. אויך ביי די ‘כבשים’ איז מען מהדר בודק צו זיין יעדע ראש כבש פון תולעים המציות לפעמים במח ,אלס חשש טריפה .ווי אויך איז פארהאן עקסטערע הידורים ביי ‘גסות’ ,דהיינו :שחיטה מונחת; גלאט בתכלית ההידור (וואס מען רופט גלאט בית יוסף); מ’ניצט נאר חלקים וואס דארפן נישט אנקומען צו ניקור חלב; און נאך פילע הידורים. אזוי אויך “בגשמיות” איז סאטמאר-פלייש-געשעפט בארימט מיט וואונדערבארע מעלות, צווישן זיי :די פאליצעס ווערן טעגליך איבערגעפולט מיט א רייכע אויסוואל פון אלע
ערליי סארט פלייש; אלעס פריש ,ריין און זויבער; טעיקאוט און עפעטייזונג אויפ’ן פלאץ צו קענען אהיימנעמען פארטיגע געשמאקע עסן; רעדי שבת ארדערס; קעיטערינג פאר שמחות און מסיבות; העפליכע קאסטומער סערוויס; שנעלסטע דעליווערי; פאון-ארדערס פאר יעדע סייז אפגעזעהן גרויס אדער קליין; און נאך. די אונטערשטע שורה :פאר די העכסטע קוואליטעט פלייש בתכלית הכשרות און צופרידנשטעלנדע סערוויס ,איז דער איינציגסטער אדרעס“ :סאטמאר-פלייש- געשעפט” שע”י ק”ק סאטמאר מאנסי.
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