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 n.— «Not so much a time of picnics or for use of the mangel (barbecue) as it is one for quiet meals celebrated with the family, and with no rigorous dietary proscriptions, it is a good time to play around a bit in the kitchen, preparing dishes that can comfortably be served out-of-doors.» —“Succoth 2001—The Relaxed Holiday” by Daniel Rogov Daniel Rogov’s Israeli Wine and Dining (Israel) , 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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