Post 207 MOFO Challenge Day 27 Sunday September 27th 2015 Erev Sukot: Celebrating Sukkot at the Hagardi Ruins – Modiin Archeological excavation event in Ben Shemen Forest – At The Israel Musuem: Hafifoniadh 30th birthday in heaven -Kite flying festival: Favorite herb or spice? Hot Oily Paprika

Two events to celebrate Sukkot Chol Ha Moed

1. Celebrating Sukkot at the Hagardi Ruins

When: On 29.9.2015 till 30.9.2015, Tuesday

Site name: Hagardi ruins

Pay: Free

Location: Modiin Archeological excavation event in Ben Shemen Forest

Chol HaMoed Sukkot, Tuesday and Wednesday, 29 – 30 September, 16 – 17 Tishrei, 10:00

On Sukkot, we will be having a special event for families at the Hagardi antiquities site in northern Ben Shemen Forest. We will find out how this site is being excavated, reconstruct an ancient Hebrew coin and construct a mosaic. We will also be doing art and crafts for children in the forest and learn about the preservation of the forest and its treasures.

This event is free of charge

Advance registration is required at the KKL-JNF Forest Hotline: 1-800-350-550

2. Hafifoniadh 30th birthday in heaven …
| 29.9 | 10:30 to 19:00
workshops to build kites | 40-30 NIS 16.00 | depending on weather conditions at no additional charge: flying giant kites skies Garden art featured Afifonaim Kite fliers live in the Art Garden-You probably will see these kites from many vantage points in the city. 

Sukkot Children at Israel Museum

Post 27  Favorite herb or spice? Hot Oily Paprika. This recipe is for an oil infused with paprika. The first is clumpy. It is used in yogurt soup. I just used it yesterday in an avocado dip.

This flavored oil is easy to make and adds an individual touch. Use this to baste vegetables and meatwhen grilling or broiling.

Check Out Our Top Condiments, Etc. Recipe

DIRECTIONS

  1. Spoon 2 tbls. paprika into a clean jar or bottle. Pour in 2 cups olive oil and seal the bottle. Leave in a cool, dark place, shaking the bottle occasionally, for 1 week.
  2. Line a funnel with a double layer of cheesecloth and then strain the oil into another bottle. Use the oil to baste vegetables and meats when cooking. Enjoy!

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