Practically perfect in every way
a good way to start the day
smiles all around
no grunts, only cheers
bring light even on a dark day
Plans made, weekend soon
seasons change, patience tried
Today is Yom Kippur. The day of atonement. A day to fast and pray.
Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish year. It’s the day of atonement after the Jewish new year, Rosh Hashanah. On this day, Jews ask God for forgiveness for their sins to secure their fate. Jews believe the first Yom Kippur occurred after God gave Moses the Ten Commandments at Mount Sinai. When Moses came down from the mountain, he found the Israelites worshiping a gold idol calf. After they atoned for their sin, God forgave them and offered Moses a second set of tablets.
A small act of humanity will go a long way.
I often get frustrated with the choices made for dinner. Same old thing, too complicated, not in the mood. Found a recipe that is easy and resurrects flavors from my youth but better.
Oven Roasted Kielbasa.
Ingredients: Three Large Onions / One Green Bell Pepper / One Red Bell Pepper / Two lengths of Kielbasa & Apricot Preserves and spicy mustard for basting.
Cook It: Turn the oven on to 425. Lightly oil a baking sheet. Cut into strips the onions & peppers, put into the pan, slightly season with salt & pepper. Put into the preheated oven. Now cut the Polish Sausage half way though every 1/2″ to give more area to hold the basting goodness. ( mix together 2 tablespoons of apricot preserves & 1 tablespoon of spicy brown mustard ) Make sure you mix the vegetables to prevent burning. When the vegetables are half cooked put the sausage on top and baste heavily. Return to the oven for 10 minutes. Baste Again. Return to oven for another 10 minutes. Remove and serve with a baguette or french bread. ENJOY.
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Richard P. Feynman