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Asst Herrings, Eier Kichels, Drinks, Lekach Trays, Cream Square Cakes, Better Paperware, 10 Grape Juice, 3 Bottles Whiskey, 100 portions  of Potato Kugel & Lokshen Kugel & Galah & Sliced Pickles + Nosh, Nuts.

First Class Kiddush קדיש

  • A mixture of fresh and dry goods Food for religious purpose


    A Kiddush (/ˈkɪdɪʃ/; Hebrew: קידוש‎ [ki'duʃ], [qid'duːʃ]), literally, "sanctification," is a blessing recited over wine or grape juice to sanctify the Shabbat and Jewish holidays. Additionally, the word refers to a small repast held on Shabbat or festival mornings after the prayer services and before the meal. However the saying Kiddush refers to many time on the birth of a baby girl and is celebrated Shabbos Morning After prayers while making Kiddush

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