Rich Variety of Sukkot Traditions

Here’s a great article about traditions around the world for what elements make up the perfect sukkah. Be sure to read past the funny intro.

In Ashkenazi Europe, for example, tradition is to serve  filled dishes such as apple strudel, stuffed cabbage and kreplach (dumplings).

Don’t miss the description of Bukharian sukkot with their silks, embroidered rugs, and pillows, instead of chairs.  If you’re a foodie, you’ll be able to smell the dishes that author Leah Koenig describes for us.

Read on to see which culture includes a red onion with rooster feathers!   And find out who serves fava bean soup.

Feel inspired?  I know I do!

http://www.jewishjournal.com/travel/article/around_the_jewish_world_distinct_traditions_for_sukkot_20111012/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=jewishjournal

 

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    • Ellen says

      Sure, Ervin! Please just provide a link back to our site. Which part of the post particularly appealed to you? Have a great day!

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