Pictures of life in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Hills. And since August 2013 also a look at the northern Negev, my new home.
Oohhh I just had a flashback to my mother's kitchen. She had those toughened glass plates for decades - always kosher and largely childproof.
Hels, I never expected a reader would focus on my plates, but now I see what you mean. I googled and had to laugh, finding that "Vintage Duralex France Amber Glass Plates" are selling on e-Bay for big bucks. Oi, how funny! Indeed, I am still eating from these durable plates that were already who knows how old when I entered my late husband's family in 1968. As you say, they have proven to be childproof. I never saw a plate break in almost half a century. The clear Duralex cups and glasses yes; they would shatter on the floor into a million "diamonds."
May we display your header on our new site directory? As it is now, the site title (linked back to your home page) is listed, and we think displaying the header will attract more attention. In any event, we hope you will come by and see what is going on at SiteHoundSniffs.com.
I have never seen that before.
Jerry Beuterbaugh, thanks, but I really don't want my blog's header or even title listed.
Thank you for your time.
"Help, I am being held hostage in a ...wherever roasts are made!"
Ummm... What is falsch? I had to look it up and it says it's German for false.
Sandi, LOL!!Kay, there is some kind of cut of beef called a false fillet. My late MIL always said it the Yiddish way, falsch fillet.
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