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The Food and Feasts of Jesus

Inside the World of First Century Fare, With Menus and Recipes
Neel, Douglas E. (Book - 2012)
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The Food and Feasts of Jesus
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Authors: Neel, Douglas E., 1954-
Title: The food and feasts of Jesus
inside the world of first century fare, with menus and recipes
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2012
Characteristics: xi, 259 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm
Contents: Why eat the food of Jesus and his followers?
The bounty of the first-century kitchen
Our daily bread
The farmer, food, and social responsibility
The Sabbath feast
The banquet
The wedding feast
The feast of the Passover
Supplement to chapter 8: a first-century Passover Haggadah
The harvest feast
Eating with God : the Todah feast
Picnic at the beach
What we have learned and why we join the feast
Additional Contributors: Pugh, Joel A. 1949-�., -
ISBN: 1442212926
Statement of Responsibility: Douglas E. Neel, Joel A. Pugh
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Headings: Fasts and feasts in the Bible Food Religious aspects Christianity Jewish cooking History Judaism History Post-exilic period, 586 B.C.-210 A.D Jews Palestine Social life and customs Food habits Palestine History Food in the Bible Bible. New Testament Criticism, interpretation, etc
Topical Term: Fasts and feasts in the Bible
Jewish cooking
Food habits
Food in the Bible
LCCN: 2012005319
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May 10, 2013
  • neshamah18 rated this: 0.5 stars out of 5.

Wildly inaccurate. Menus for
Sabbath and Passover
DOES NOT follow laws of Kashruth. No mixing of dairy and meat (including chicken) in the same meal is allowed. Challah is an Eastern European invention and Never has butter or milk in it and would NOT have been around in the 1st century CE. No grain products are allowed for Passover with the exception of matzah. That means no bulgur wheat or lentils. If you need a cookbook middle east from that era, this is not the one for you!


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