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    Oodles of Kugel

    Rabbi Berel Levertov's wife, Devorah Leah, four of the Levertovs' youngest children, and eight or so volunteers from Chabad Jewish Center are boiling, peeling, stirring and pouring in a kitchen frenzy in preparation for Holiday community dinners. Full Story

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    wher
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    wher

    wher is this

    wow
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    wow

    how does one get volunteers so early in the morning in middle of shachris

    KUGEL????LUKSHEN?????NOODLES?????
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    KUGEL????LUKSHEN?????NOODLES?????

    It is a well known, and very old minhog (one that is followed by Lubavitcher chassidim also,) that on Rosh Hashona, Yom Kippur through Sukkos – one does NOT eat LONG STRAIGHT or CURLY Lukshen – either in kugel or in soup, because we want to ask Hashem for a “WELL ROUNDED” year, not a year that is THIN AND LONG and with sharp (or pointy) corners, etc. etc. I’mm surprised that Rabbi Levertov (or his wife) is not aware of this? P.S. This is referenced in many seforim – as in a number of sichos from the Rebbe. Please… Read more »

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    santa fe, new mexico

    Hey esther
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    Hey esther

    Hey Esther, nice to see ya!

    Mrs.  lokshin kugel
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    Mrs. lokshin kugel

    To number 3:
    Can you verify the exact location of your source for your rounded vs. straight noodles?

    Maybe you took this out of proportion!

    It seems that this minhog is not so well known, maybe its just for a certain family that you know.

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    Oh, Puh-leeeze! Is this how you want to start the year? By nit-picking over lokshen shapes?

    Everything is an issue, but this has to be the most astounding yet!

    May your kugels always be sweet & your cholent flavorful. K’siva V’chasima Tova!

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    I gave you the sources. If you want to eat lukshin – B’VAKASHA!
    Hey it’s YOUR year.
    Good shabbos, k’siva vachasima tova

    go rikki
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    go rikki

    go rikki

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