Saturday, October 25, 2014

First Joint Jewish Blog Carnival, HH-KCC of 5775

cross-posted on me-ander
It ends up that I'm hosting both the Kosher Cooking Carnival for the Jewish Month of Cheshvan and the Havel Havelim for the week of Noach, so they are being combined.

I'd like to remind you to please remember to send in more links, best with a sentence describing the post. And also please volunteer to host. And most important is to share the carnivals, read, comment and share the included posts, too, thanks.

Remember, you don't have to be blogger to read and comment and share blog posts! Enjoy and Shavua Tov to all!
The Kosher Cooking Carnival is a monthly blog carnival about kosher food, kosher cooking, anything to do with kosher food. I started it many years ago when a post of mine was rejected by a food/recipe carnival that wanted to restrict that edition to ham. Like many if not all of the ancient enemies of the Jewish People, that blog carnival no longer exists, but we're still cooking!
Nowadays KCC is organized on our facebook page. You can sign up to host or find out who's hosting there. Or just write to me shilohmuse at gmail dot com. The editions generally appear around Rosh Chodesh, which is the first day of the Jewish Month. The Kosher Cooking Carnival is more than just a recipe carnival. It includes posts about all aspects of kashrut, what makes food kosher, custom, recipes and also cookbook and restaurant reviews, kosher of course.
Please check out the posts, read, comment and of course share them and this blog round-up.
Havel Havelim is the weekly international Jewish blog carnival that has been appearing well over a decade. It was begun by Soccer Dad who no longer blogs. He coordinated it for quite a while. Now we use our facebook page to coordinate and publicize it. That's where we sign up to host an edition (Hint! Hint!) and see the latest news. Join the page and become part of the community.
Mrs. S. Vegetarian Vegetable Quiche
Our Shiputzim aka Mrs. S. National Parks: Castel Edition
Ruth Making Etrog jam (recipe with commentary)
Sharon at Voices, To Live as a Jew, please pray for a refuah shleimah Yemima bat Sara
Yocheved Medication Safety: Part 3 of "Talk About Your Medicines" month
Leora Chicken, Rice, Salsa in a Pot
Tablet Magazine The Half-Mexican, Half-Japanese Chef Who Built a Career in Kosher Cooking
Ben-Tzion, Challah Bake aka Adventures of a Chief Rabbi: Female Pride and Asado Supreme.
And Parshat Noach by Ben-Tzion, Perfidious Friends
Varda Epstein, Chaya Zissel Braun And The End of Worlds
This ongoing war Imagine if the NYTimes knew how to sincerely apologize
Gail Winston Gaza War Diary: Thurs. Oct. 23 DAY 109 3 Am
Lady Light Israel's Universal Purpose
Real and Imagined Laws of Living in Silwan
Doug Food and beer pairing for Rosh Hashana: Beer and prakas (What's that?)
Tzivia Hashem's Amazing World: three terrific science / nature books for Jewish kids
Frugal and Kosher Vegan Black Bean Crumbles (Ground Beef Substitute)
And some of my recent posts, food, politics, whatever...
Better and Simpler than the Finest Sorbet
Aliyah Time! Hebrew is The Key to Success!
The Shabbat Food Warmer Cooks!
Color-Coded Shemitta Guides in Osher Ad
Chodesh Tov! Lesson From Biblical Shiloh, Prayer and Human Nature
Fizzy, Italian Kosher Wine
Shandy Tasting

It just gets Crazier and Crazier

Just a reminder to please visit the blogs, comment, share thanks.
You don't have to be a blogger to be part of our blogging community.
Please share this blog carnival to all, thanks.


Mrs. S. said...

Thanks for including my posts.

Shavua tov, chodesh tov, and choref tov!

Batya said...

My pleasure, thank you!!!

Leora said...

Thank you for hosting! You keep the Jewish blog carnivals alive and kicking.

Batya said...

Leora, I try, as you do with JPIX, thanks.

Sharon said...

I didn't make the cut this week Batya?

Batya said...

I didn't get an email on time, sorry.

Lady-Light said...

Batya, thank you again for including my post. You attributed a post to me which I didn't write, though. My submission was Israel's Universal Purpose, but not the second one. It made for interesting reading, though!

Batya said...

Thanks. The second wasn't attributed.