Rabb Zvi of the Jewish Community of Berkshire cooked up a storm by becoming the JCoB fryer the week before Rosh Hashanna. The two kiddushim held on the first two days of 5776 included his goujons and his fishballs and went down a treat.
"This is the first time that I have fried fish since my accident, when I injured myself slipping on some oil frying fish in exactly the same location!" commented rabbi Zvi. His father transmitted the family's fried fish tradition using a secret recipe dating back some 100 years. "We eat fish on Rosh Hashanna as a symbol of profusion and fruitfulness," added the Rabbi. "Our kiddushim are thus symbolic of our own personal as well as our community's growth." JCoB is holding services through Yom Kippur, and shall be breaking fast together afterwards. For more information please contact us or call 07828742282.
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