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An Oriental Themed Supper!

September 28, 2016 

sushi-bayit-cham-tAs we strolled through the now-familiar streets of Ramat Eshkol, we were all filled with eager anticipation for our next Bayit Cham in the home of our Rakezet.

We were warmly welcomed into her apartment, and peered around into the dining room…..hey, is that Sesame noodles we see?? Far Eastern music we hear?? Nori?? Chopsticks?? Paper lanterns?? No way! All out Oriental Night!!

The table was decorated with all the ingredients any professional Oriental chef would need……(sushi rice, soy sauce, hot mayo, bamboo mats, an assortment of vegetables, etc.). Little Bamboo shoots stood proudly at the center of the table, welcoming us with true National flavor. We all laughingly styled our hair into Chinese hair buns while applying Chinese themed eye makeup.

And of course the feeling wouldn’t be complete without sushi on the menu. The filling options were endless- avocado, sweet potatoes, teriyaki mushrooms, you name it! Our Rakezet set about teaching us to make sushi, and to be honest, considering we were all amateurs at this, we were shocked to see how professional they ended up looking! It’s time to open up a new Kosher Sushi joint!

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Our Very First Visit to The Kotel!

September 16, 2016 

14280333_1584401078530170_1168660320_nThe first night of Orientation Week was filled with warmth and uplifting spirituality and ruchnius!

From the second we arrived we were greeting with warmth from people such as Rabbi Sharfman to our Aim Bayit’s. After settling into our rooms, we were off to visit The Kosel!

For some of us, it was the very first time being at the site of The Western Wall, while for many of us, even though we’ve been there before, it remains a special place to Daven and just put everything in our life into a perspective.

It was at The Kosel that it really hit me: I am in Eretz Yisrael for the year!

Plus, it gave us all a chance to have fun and meet all the Shana Aleph girls and speak to the Shana Beit girls who were really there to answer all of our questions about Sharfman’s, and share with us their knowledge they gained from their Shana Aleph. Best of all we were accompanied by our Madricha’s.

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