I had Shabbat Dinner with an Israeli family . It was a fantastic home, with heated stone floors,books everywhere and every inch of space with a shelf or a cabinet. And the food was wonderful, just as I was promised. Again, the plates were passed with
veggies, meatballs ( a favorite, it seems) , chicken,cauliflower,stewed veggies, soup,then dessert. On the table were seltzer water, water,orange juice,red wine. Tea all around, no coffee. Which is good because everyone seems to use instant coffee and I do
have my standards. Their son was there,recovering from surgery. He was, of course, young ,handsome and in the IDF. A baby with a gun. Which I hope that he never has to use. The family was so gracious to me. I invited myself to move in with them and they'd
didn't say no.