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Tzimmes mit Fasoles – Red Beans with Honey

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GUEST POSTER – Recipe courtesy and by approval of koolkosherkitchen
Guest Blogger:  koolkosherkitchen  Link: Original Post
The word Tzimmes insinuated itself into languages of all countries where Jews have lived during the two thousand years of exile. Its meaning evolved from something sweet eaten on Rosh Hashana with a hope for a sweet year to anything sweet, delicious, beautiful, a bargain, an advantageous deal, etc. “Have a got a girl for your son, – a matchmaker would announce, – the very tzimmes of a girl!”
 
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  • Make tomorrow more amazing than today!
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  • Do not give up on your hopes. Take care always.
 

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