Happy Sukkot!

The Jewish holiday of “Sukkos” starts at sundown this evening. Time for more food!



The holiday of Sukkos is characterized by the unique commandment of dwelling in temporary, hut-like dwellings .

Kinna like camping..hehcampingani.

Leviticus (23: 42-43 ) “In booths you are to dwell for seven days …so that your generations will know that I caused the children of Israel to dwell in booths when I took them from the land of Egypt….”

Many Americans, claim that Sukkos reminds them of Thanksgiving…which aint too far away for all those thinkin bout new recipes. Yum.



The pilgrims were deeply religious people. (not Stone age in your face “Accept my so called religion or I’ll threaten to blow up the world religious.”)bombaaa

When they were trying to find a way to express their thanks for their survival and for the harvest, they looked to the Bible for an appropriate way of celebrating as well.

The original Thanksgiving was a harvest festival as well, that it was actually observed in October.

Sukkot commemorates the forty-year period during which the children of Israel were wandering in the desert, living in temporary shelters.
Agriculturally Sukkot is a harvest festival.


After the nation of Israel was rescued from the pursuing Egyptian nation by the splitting of the Red Sea, they sang a song in praise of God.

They uttered the words ” ‘This is my G-d, and I will adorn Him” … namely by making a beautiful “Sukkah” in His honor.

To all my Jewish friends..Happy Sukkos!

And to all Y’all Blessed Weekend.



22 Responses to “Happy Sukkot!”

  1. LibertyAtStake says:

    A much more civilized holiday than the sustenance denying Ramadan, wouldn’t you say?

    btw – thanks for commenting on my blog.

  2. OMMAG says:

    God … God … God …. what is ths G-D of which you write?

    Ah … just messing around… cheers and blessings.

  3. Katie says:

    Have a good Sukkot. I would post pictures of our sukkot of the past, but those have been burnt for the sake of family honor.

  4. slamdunk says:

    Thanks for the educational post–it is nice to be entertained and learn something when I visit.

  5. Always On Watch says:


    I’m hungry now after reading this post. ;)

  6. Kevin says:

    I love Jewish holidays. Mostly for the food :) .

  7. Brooke says:

    Goodness, one might consider converting to the Jewish faith for the food alone! These posts KILL me! ;)

  8. Bunkerville says:

    Awesome! Enjoy…

  9. Carol says:

    and-Thank you for the recipes!


  10. Christopher says:

    Happy Sukkot Angel!

  11. Matt says:

    Angel, you always make me hungry! That being said, the Jews certainly know how to celebrate, and it doesn’t involve blowing up infidels!

    Happy Sukkot!

  12. cube says:

    OK, now I’m hungry. Very hungry!

  13. OMMAG says:

    Sukkot ….. I heartily agree ….. is one more thing …… that binds Me with Thee.

  14. OMMAG says:

    And …. Oktoberfest is COMING……

  15. jadedfellow says:

    Dang a big city girl that can camp out, you are full of surprises. Hope the ants leave you and your’s alone.

    Celebrate, praise and thanksgiving for you and your blog.

  16. z says:

    I hope yours was very happy!

  17. Debbie says:

    You always have such great looking food Angel.

    Happy Sukkot to our friends.

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  19. Karen Howes says:

    Mmmmm… those pics look yummy.

    Thanks for the info, and happy Sukkot!

  20. Paul Champagne says:

    This is a holiday I am unfamiliar with … Could it also go by the name of feast of tabernacles, or feast of boothes?

  21. tha malcontent says:

    So You Want A Masque At Ground Zero?


  22. dapoppins says:

    Again with the yummy food, Angel?

    Hope you and a warm celebration!