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“תמה החודש נובמבר 2011 – ”במטבח

October 24, 2011

So after a month of doing this blog, I’ve decided to simplify things a little bit. I was leaning towards something that has to do with the upcoming holidays in the United States, and was thinking of something ambitious like the nebulous concept of ‘entertaining’… but it’s just easier to talk about what’s on most Americans’ minds during November – food.

So the theme for November is “in the kitchen”.

I’m going to knock down my massive noun-lists to one per day, to ensure that I actually use the words in my daily conversations. Let me know if you think this works better.

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