in the ghetto of Rome, Jewish restaurants, as well as kosher or kosher cooking Jewish-Roman, of artichokes, discusses the issues that the weekly reading of the Torah, or suggests the meanings of various holidays and their use in the life of each day. For the Greater Glory of God By Rabbi Marc D. Angel The…Details
Yesterday my friend Patrizia Boglione came back to Nonna Betta with a friend. Patrizia is a remarkable person in many respects. She is the creative director of a big advertising agency, she has a passion for food and his blog gorgelous is a reference point for content and style. while we were talking with Alexander,…Details
“I had a wonderful lunch and I’m glad to pay” these are the words of a guest at nonna betta. something to be proud.
The Roman (Jewish) Ghetto (Italian: Ghetto di Roma) was a ghetto located in the rione Sant’Angelo, in Rome, Italy, in the area surrounded by today’s Via del Portico d’Ottavia, Lungotevere dei Cenci, Via del Progresso and Via di Santa Maria del Pianto close to the Tiber and the Theater of Marcellus. In Italian, the ghetto…Details
By Rabbi Marc D. Angel Hanukkah is widely observed as a holiday that celebrates religious freedom. The persecuted Jews of ancient Israel waged battle against their Syrian/Hellenistic oppressors, and won the right to rededicate the Temple and to restore Jewish worship and religious practices. Religious freedom is a wonderful thing. It allows us to worship…Details
eran katz, American scholar of super memory yiddish author of the bestseller “jewish techniques to boost memory power” (ed crown) explains how and why the people of God excels in the art of remembering. Activation is the memory of the senses “Orthodox Jews in particular, since small, listen to several times during the year, sacred…Details