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Old 12-19-2012, 07:58 PM   #21
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I have some beautiful schmaltz in my freezer from all those chickens I help butcher last summer.
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Wait a minute...is a reverend allowed to say "schmaltz"???
I love me some deli food.

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My father attended a bris once, and the rabbi asked him if he would mind terribly wearing a yamika (sp?) in the temple. My father, being my father, took the headwear offered, put it on his head and said "if it was good enough for Christ its good enough for me".

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Ha...when I lived in Chicago there was a deli by my office called Schmaltz....it was great.
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Old 12-19-2012, 08:07 PM   #24
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I'd be careful about this one. I like chicken and waffles, and I like beer. But together? My only experience is making a curry beer. I like curry, and I like beer. But I despised my curry beer. (But then again, there's a big difference between chicken and waffles and curry!) Good luck and keep us posted.

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My father attended a bris once, and the rabbi asked him if he would mind terribly wearing a yamika (sp?) in the temple. My father, being my father, took the headwear offered, put it on his head and said "if it was good enough for Christ its good enough for me".
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I've worn one when visting a temple. I've also worn clerical vestments when spending a week as a guest minister at my friend's Episcopal church, during Holy week. Or if I'm doing a wedding or funeral and the family requests it because it's a "mixed" function. (Normally we just wear suits, though at my church I just wear jeans and inthe summer the big thing is Hawaiian shirts) Doing what the prevailing host faith requires for it's participants is sort of the "when in Rome" thing.....it's a sign of respect.
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I've worn one when visting a temple. I've also worn clerical vestments when spending a week as a guest minister at my friend's Episcopal church, during Holy week. Or if I'm doing a wedding or funeral and the family requests it because it's a "mixed" function. (Normally we just wear suits, though at my church I just wear jeans and inthe summer the big thing is Hawaiian shirts) Doing what the prevailing host faith requires for it's participants is sort of the "when in Rome" thing.....it's a sign of respect.


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Oh, and OP, brew the hell out of that beer. Really interested in seeing how it goes. Keep us posted.

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Btw according to my father the rabbi belly-laughed.

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I've always thought Oskar Blues' GUBNA tastes like chicken soup, I can hardly drink it anymore because it's so soupy to me. So maybe use a ton of summit hops.

http://www.oskarblues.com/the-brews/gubna

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With the article about creating the consomme, could you do that with anything that you can turn into a liquid? Throw ingredients in a blender and maybe add some water?

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