Here is a comforting noodle dish that has graced many Shabbat (Sabbath) dinners for generations. It makes a nice dessert or side dish.
Almost every country in the world has some sort of cherished noodle dish. Perhaps the biggest rivalry of devotion to this comfort food is between Italy and China, but there are many other cultures that love their pasta just as much.
Food is a basic requirement for life, but sometimes a specific type of food is closely associated with home or one’s childhood. Even the thought of that food can bring floods of nostalgic memories.
After the bombing of the World Trade Center in New York, some high-end restaurant owners noticed that their customers seemed depressed and listless. One chef quickly sensed that in times of great stress, most people simply long for something familiar. He made the decision to add old-fashioned comfort foods to the menu. What did the diners order? Macaroni and cheese topped the list.
Jibade was sharpening a farm tool when he heard the wail of an ambulance pass by. “Dear God,” he prayed, “please let my children be OK."
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One day while Rajah was holding a Bible study, a mob approached his house, brandishing sticks and swords.