Happy Sukkot 2015 Coloring Pages, Jewish Posters, Meaning, Recipes: Sukkot is a known as Feast Of Tabernacles which is celebrated on the 15th day of Tishrei month. It is observed by Israelite, Jews, Hebrews, Messianic Jews and Samaritans. Sukkot festival lasts for seven days in Israel and for eight days in the dispora. The Hebrew word sukkot is the plural of sukkah, “booth” or “tabernacle” which is walled structure covered with s’chach.
Happy Sukkot 2015 Coloring Pages
Sukkot commemorate the forty year period during which the children of Israel were wandering in the desert, living in temporary shelters. Agriculturally, Sukkot is a harvest festival and is sometimes referred to as Chag HaAsif, [the festival of Ingathering], as it celebrates the gathering of the harvest. You check out some black and white coloring pages of Happy Sukkot 2015
Happy Sukkot 2015 Jewish Posters
Meaning of Happy Sukkot Jewish Holidays
Meaning In Hebrew: Sukkot is the plural form of the Hebrew word Sukkah, which means a temporary dewlling such as a tent, booth, or hut. English translations of the Bible typically refer to the holiday as the Feast of Tabernacles or Feast of Booths.
Duration of Sukkot Festival: Sukkot lasts for seven days. The two days following the festival, Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, are separate holidays but are related to Sukkot and are commonly thought of as part of Sukkot.
Sukkot 2015 Food Recipes
Here is the list of food recipes of Sukkot
- Appetizers: Gefilte fish, Corn and Red Pepper Salsa, Kreplach 2, Turkey Egg Rolls with Cranberry, Tuna Empanandas, Sweet Potatoes in Orange Cups
- Challah: Challah 1, Heavenly Holy Whole-Wheat Challah, Challah 2, Mixer Challah, Challah wish creamy Spinach Dip, Moroccan Challah, Half and half Challah
- Salads: Mixed Greens salad with beets and walnuts, Zucchini Ratatouille, Cauliflower salad, Garlicky pasta salad, Garlicky pasta salad, Mandarin orange salad.
- Soups: Chicken soup, Kreplach & Matzah Balls, Punkin Soup, Very healthy Zucchini soup, Miso Soup
- Main Dishes: Roast in apricot sauce, Sweet baked chicken, Salmon steaks, Yom Tov Chicken, Stuffed cabbage, Gussied up sausage roll, Sweet and sour cabbage.