The Chilean women in the reading , in a clandestine revolution, stitched together arpilleras that told the hidden story of the disappeared victims of Pinochet. Students develop an understanding of contemporary antisemitism in the United States through the case of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. Through a mask-making activity, students learn that they can conceal or reveal aspects of their identity.
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Exploring Purim Through Facing History Resources in Your Classroom As Purim approaches, we begin to think about the themes of the holiday such as antisemitism , identity, and the choices that the characters in Megillat Esther made to ensure the survival of the Jewish people. The story of Purim is a story that takes place in the balance between fate and agency.
Cook for 1 minute, stirring constantly. Almost immediately bright yellow dough, similar to play dough, will form. Chicken with Eggplants. Rub the chicken with turmeric, salt, pepper, and garlic. Add the water, cover with foil, and bake for 1 hour. When they have sweated about 15 minutes , rinse and dry them.
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Fry the eggplant in a medium skillet until browned. Set aside. Add the tomato paste and saffron to the chicken juices in the roasting pan and mix well. Add the potatoes, covering the bottom of the roaster. Return the chicken pieces, skin side up, and drape the fried eggplant slices on top. Drizzle with gureh, if using. Return to oven and bake, uncovered, for another hour. Add tumeric, cumin, salt pepper, and garlic. When translucent and softened add chicken or tofu and heat for minutes. Stir in chickpeas and eggs. Cook and stir for several more minutes until the mixture is dry and a deep yellow.
Mix in lemon juice. Knead dough until smooth. Let it rest for half an hour. Pinch off walnut size balls of dough. Flatten and roll out into thin round disks. Put a spoonful of filling into center of each disk and fold over. Pinch around the edges. Continue until all the dough is made into turnovers. When hot, fry several Sambusaks at a time, until golden brown on both sides. Remove and drain on paper bags.
Fry remaining Sambusaks adding oil when necessary. Poppy Seed Rolls. Allow to sit and bubble for 15 minutes.
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Add lemon zest and yeast mixture. At low speed, add whole wheat pastry floor slowly, spoon by spoon. Add all-purpose flour spoon by spoon, using enough flour to produce a tacky, by not overly sticky, dough. In a small saucepan, combine poppy seeds, cream, and sugar.
Simmer for about 20 minutes, stirring often, until the poppy seeds have absorbed most of the cream. Remove from heat and let cool for a couple of minutes. Whisk in vanilla extract and only half of the beaten egg. Reserve the remaining egg for the egg wash. Leave poppy seed filling at room temperature until it is needed. Divide dough into 3 parts.
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Roll out each piece of dough between two sheets of wax paper or parchment paper, flouring as need to prevent sticking. Spread one third of poppy seed mixture over the surface of each dough, keeping an inch of empty dough on one long side.
Starting from the opposite long side, roll the dough, narrowly folding in the sides halfway through. Gently pinch the end to the roll. Repeat for each roll, and place the rolls seam side down on the baking sheet. Allow rolls to rise for at least 30 minutes more. The king is outraged that anyone would dare threaten his queen and when he asks who has done such a thing Esther declares that Haman is to blame.
One of Esther's servants then tells the king that Haman had erected a pole upon which he planned to impale Mordechai. King Ahasuerus instead commands that Haman is impaled. He then takes his signet ring from Haman and gives it to Mordechai, who is also given Haman's estate. Then, the king gives Esther the power to overturn Haman's orders. Esther issues an edict giving Jews in every city the right to assemble and protect themselves against anyone who may try to harm them. When the appointed day arrives, the Jews defend themselves against their attackers, killing and destroying them.
According to the Book of Esther, this happened on the 13th of Adar "and on the 14th [day] [the Jews] rested and made it a day of feasting and joy" Esther Share Flipboard Email. Updated February 03, Haman Punishes the Jews. Esther Appeals to the King. At the banquet, King Ahasuerus asks his wife again, what does she desire?