Post 430: Joseph Clements, a Kew Diploma Student, will present a lecture: How to Grow Your Own Chair – An Overview on Living Tree Sculpture Tuesday, May 9, 12:00 p.m. at the upper lecture room. You are most invited! Theater – Religious Disputation : May 12th bike-ethon. Jerusalem, Lecture Series Family management Mesila Jerusalem; Easy Ricotta Cheese dessert

Watch the ubiquitous sparrows in Gan Haatzmaot. On a spring or summer morning they quiver from branch to branch, their wings catching the wind like sails. When they diminish in number it’s a signal that the watering spots on the cement are drying, and the air’s humidity from overnight has been sucked dry. I try to exercise before 11:AM. The body heats up and reaches a time to rest. Miraculously, that halt coincides with Hashem’s glorious day. A breeze turns the corner and drifts closer and closer and in a second it  lovingly smacks me in the face, as a nother wave hits. Here’s a suggestion for a better origin of  the timely breeze – it was flooding around me, but until I stopped and felt and breathed, it passed unnoticed.

 From Leora Parker:

I hope you will be able to come to the opening tonight, 6:PM.  It is a beautiful exhibit featuring Jerusalem as different artists and photographers see it. It adorns every available wall space in AACI in Talpiot.

I will be bringing extra artwork for sale for the Opening as well as many as the other artists may do also. A lovely catalog will also be available along with refreshments.

If you can’t make it for the opening, you can still come and see the exhibit during their regular hours until June 29th. AACI ph. 02-566-1181

Thanks,

Come and support the art and artists in Israel.

Leorah 🖼

054-615-7935

Jerusalem Artist Circle

Dear friends,

 Joseph Clements, a Kew Diploma Student, will present a lecture

How to Grow Your Own Chair – An Overview on Living Tree Sculpture

Tuesday, May 9, 12:00 p.m. at the upper lecture room.

You are most invited!

Jerusalem Botanical Gardens Scientific Department

Theater & Theology – Divine Right

Enjoy an evening of thought and entertainment.

This play will be about the Disputation of the Ramban against the Catholic church in Barcelona in 1263. Each performance will be followed by a discussion with a scholar.

This show is appropriate for teens and adults.

Showtimes: May 9, 10, 16, 17, 23 at 7:00pm

It is a small theater so make sure to book in advance.

Reservations

https://www.funinjerusalem.com/event/theater-theology-divine-right/2017-05-10/ Address: 2 David Remez May 19th and beyond-see link above.

Jerusalem,Israel

Neighborhood: German Colony

Tel: 02-671-8281

Website: www.khan.co.il

Parking: Free parking in Gan Hapaamon. Paid street parking on side streets around the theater.

Mesila Workshops for English-speakers are back!

“Mesila – English Speaking Division”

*!**Mesila Workshops for English-speakers are back*

*Two Part Workshop for Men*

Part 1:Tuesday May 9 2017- 8:30-10:00pm

Part 2:Tuesday May 16 2017- 8:30-10:00pm

* Two Part Workshop for Women *

Part 1:Wednesday May 10 2017 – 8:30-10:00pm

Part 2:Wednesday May 17 2017 – 8:30-10:00pm

*Cost: *90nis – payment and registration in advance

*Where: *Mesila office Ganei Geula 46 Yirmiyahu St. (behind Graphchik)

*For information and registration – *02 500 0475 ext 303esd@mesila.org

English Speaking Division:

Our Method

Each family is paired with a trained Mesila coach, whose job is to raise awareness of their habits, help them build a reasonable budget, increase income, create a long-term plan for debt repayment and maintain the plan under the counselor’s guidance.

The duration of the process is 3 months, with 2 meetings per month. Beginning  with an intake session, the process involves the 3 basic stages- awareness, change and maintenance- and ends concluding meeting to launch the family into an independent future. At each meeting there is an assignment for the family, the results of which are discussed during the following meeting.  In between meetings, the coach calls the family to check in and provide support, encouragement and guidance.

T: 972 2 500 0475 ext. 303

www.mesila.org

 

1-Easy Ricotta Desserts

Ricotta-Cottage Cheese Pudding Dessert with Coffee

1/2 cup fat free cottage cheese

1/2 cup low fat or part-skim ricotta cheese

1 package (4-serving size) sugar-free pudding mix (vanilla or chocolate)

1/2 cup brewed coffee

1/4 cup soy milk

Mix well, using hand blender if desired. Use more or less of the coffee and soy milk to make it thinner or thicker as desired.

2-Butterscotch Ricotta-Yogurt Dessert

Makes 3 or 4 servings.

1 cup low fat or part-skim ricotta cheese

3/4 to 1 cup plain, fat free yogurt (no flavor, no sweeteners)

1 package (4-serving size) sugar-free, instant butterscotch pudding mix

2 packets Splenda

Blend and pour into 4 dessert dishes.

Variation: Use any flavor of sugar-free pudding mix.

3-Butterscotch Whip Cottage Cheese Dessert

1 cup low fat or fat free cottage cheese

1 1/2 cups vanilla soy milk (Silk brand is good)

1/2 cup fat-free half & half

1 cup cold water

2 small (4-serving size) packages sugar-free, instant butterscotch pudding mix

Whip first four ingredients with a hand blender for about 4 or 5 minutes until very smooth. Add the pudding mix and whip until well blended. Serve at once or refrigerate, but it’s better when chilled.

4-Yogurt Pudding

A large container of fat-free, sugar free yogurt

Package of fat free, sugar-free pudding

Mix, let set for a couple of hours, and you have a yummy desert (just don’t eat the whole container—1/2 cup is fine).

5-Ricotta Desserts Using Sugar-Free Flavored Syrups

Some brands: Da Vinci Gourmet and Artisan Coffee Roasters Gourmet. There are others. These are thin syrups.

Basic Recipe Using Sugar-Free Flavored Syrups

One serving. Increase amounts as desired. Keeps well. Use any combination of syrup flavor and pudding mix flavor that you think would be good.

1/2 cup low fat or part-skim ricotta cheese

Additional sweetener to taste, if desired

Skim milk (only if needed for desired consistency)

Blend quickly and pour into individual serving dishes of about 1/2 cup each.

 Top with toasted nuts if desired.

6-Ricotta-Yogurt Dessert

Makes 3 or 4 servings.

1 cup low fat or part-skim ricotta cheese

3/4 to 1 cup plain, fat free yogurt (no flavor, no sweeteners)

1 package (4-serving size) sugar-free, instant butterscotch pudding mix

2 packets Splenda

Blend and pour into 4 dessert dishes.

Variation: Use any flavor of sugar-free pudding mix.

7-Butterscotch Whip Cottage Cheese Dessert

1 cup low fat or fat free cottage cheese

1 1/2 cups vanilla soy milk (Silk brand is good)

1/2 cup fat-free half & half

1 cup cold water

2 small (4-serving size) packages sugar-free, instant butterscotch pudding mix

Whip first four ingredients with a hand blender for about 4 or 5 minutes until very smooth. Add the pudding mix and whip until well blended. Serve at once or refrigerate, but it’s better when chilled.

8-Yogurt Pudding

A large container of fat-free, sugar free yogurt

Package of fat free, sugar-free pudding

 Mix, let set for a couple of hours, and you have a yummy desert (just don’t eat the whole container—1/2 cup is fine).

 

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