This coming Shabbat’s Torah portion is another double portion. The first part is Behar (in Hebrew it means “on the Mount”): Leviticus 25:1 – 26:2; Jeremiah 32:6-27; Psalm 112; Luke 4:16-21, Luke 13:1-33, Luke 14:1-15:32
The second part of the Torah portion is Behukotai (in Hebrew it means “in My Statutes”): Leviticus 26:3 – 27:34; Jeremiah 16:19 – 17:14; Psalm 105; John 10:22-42 and Matthew 22:1-14
Torah and Wailing Wall
Parshat Behar-Bechukotai, 1st Portion (Leviticus 25:1-25:18) April 28
Parshat Behar-Bechukotai, 2nd Portion (Leviticus 25:19-25:28) April 29
Parshat Behar-Bechukotai, 3rd Portion (Leviticus 25:29-25:38) April 30
Parshat Behar-Bechukotai, 4th Portion (Leviticus 25:39-26:9) May 1
Parshat Behar-Bechukotai, 5th Portion (Leviticus 26:10-26:46) May 2
Parshat Behar-Bechukotai, 6th Portion (Leviticus 27:1-27:15) May 3
Parshat Behar-Bechukotai, 7th Portion (Leviticus 27:16-27:34) May 4
Easy Chicken Noodle Soup. My husband and boys love this soup and it is so easy! I have caught this spring cold that all the boys have had, so I made ME some soup 🙂 I like my soups “meaty”, almost like a stew. If you prefer more juice, you will need to add more water or cut back on the egg noodles.
2 TBSP Butter
1 Cup Chopped Onion
1 Cup Chopped Celery
2 Cups Chopped Carrots
1 bag of Frozen (or 2 Cans) Whole Kernel Corn
8 Cups Chicken Broth
4 Cups Water
6 cooked chicken breasts (or 3 cans of chunk chicken)
1 tsp Dried Basil
1 tsp Dried Oregano
Salt and Pepper to taste*
8 oz Bag of Wide Egg Noodles
1. In a large pot over high heat, melt butter. Add onions, celery and carrots. Cook until carrots are tender and onions are translucent. Approximately 8 minutes.
2. Add Chicken (if from can, cook chicken with the onions, celery and carrots until it is white). Stir Well.
3. Add Chicken Broth and Water. Stir well.
4. Add Corn. Stir well.
5. Add Basil and Oregano. Stir well.
6. Add Egg Noodles. Bring to a boil and then simmer for 30 minutes.
Makes approximately 10 servings.
*Note: I allow each person to salt and pepper their own bowl to meet their tastes.
This coming Shabbat’s Torah portion is a double portion. The first portion is Acharei (in Hebrew it means “after the death”). Leviticus 16:1-18:30; Amos 9:7-15; Ezekiel 22:1-16; Psalm 26; John 7:1-10:21
The second part of the portion is Kedoshim (in Hebrew it means “holy ones”). Leviticus 19:1-20:27; Ezekiel 20:2-20; Psalm 15; Matthew 5:43-48