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Ritual loaves

Stanka IНЎAneva

Ritual loaves

Bulgarian folk customs and rituals

by Stanka IНЎAneva

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Septemvri State Pub. House in Sofii͡a .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bulgaria,
  • Bulgaria.
    • Subjects:
    • Bread -- Bulgaria.,
    • Bulgaria -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography p. [64]

      StatementStanka Yaneva.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGT2868.2.B9 Y36 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination63, [1] p. :
      Number of Pages63
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2901060M
      LC Control Number84129182

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        She lets her loaves rise in simple, inexpensive wicker baskets lined with cut-up flour sack towels. “She wants her book to contain stuff about, like, the moon. bringing the ritual of Author: Sarah Jampel. William Alexander, the author of two critically acclaimed books, lives in New York's Hudson Valley. By day the IT director at a research institute, he made his professional writing debut at the age of fifty-three with a national bestseller about gardening, The $64 Tomato. His second book, 52 Loaves, chronicled his quest to bake the perfect loaf of bread, a journey that took him to such far /5(70).

      I can still smell the Shabbatot of my childhood home. My mother's chicken roasting in the oven, the smoke from the match that ignited our Shabbat candles, the sweet raisin challah my father bought at Zaro's Bakery on his way home from work. Indeed, Shabbat at home is often sanctified through food, ritual, and familial togetherness. In order to figure out ritual format, we must look at the various sanctuaries the Beligic people had. Jean Louis Brunaux in his book The Celtic Gauls: Gods, Rites, and Sanctuaries lists four types of sanctuaries, Belgic, Viereckschanzen (quadrangular enclosures), Celto-Ligurian, and Spring Sanctuaries.


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