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Armchair Pilgrim Supper Club with Rav Haim Ovadia: BAGHDAD - Shared screen with speaker view
Jamal Stafford
19:36
Hello Rabbi, and hello everyone
Eduardo Gentil
47:42
Beautiful!
Jamal Stafford
48:05
Wow! That was so good both of you
AGB
48:10
Fantastic
Carlos Gutierrez
48:19
Amazing!!
Reed Corderman
50:37
The recipe calls for a chicken. Does one use a whole chicken? How big?
Sharone Schlaffer
51:43
can rosewater be used in place of rosebuds?.
Sharone Schlaffer
52:20
Our Tabit came out well (with whole chicken used).
Jamal Stafford
52:29
Any other staple foods for breakfast in your family or from Baghdad in general?
Leonard Wasserman
58:07
I realize that it is North African in origin, but might you add Harissa to your recipes-- particularly since your wife is Moroccan?
Sharone Schlaffer
01:15:07
Was there any cultural exchange (from a musical perspective) between Andalusia and Iraqi Jews? Dan's style is so reminiscent of Flamenco guitar music. I know that Chazanute styles influenced/were influenced by Andalusian music, but I'm not clear on the timeframe of the exchange and the relationship with Iraqi music.
Rachel Goshgarian
01:18:38
gorgeous!!!! even reminds me of some Greek Rembetiko...
Rachel Goshgarian
01:18:48
remarkable all the overlaps!
Sharone Schlaffer
01:18:56
Absoutely gorgeous - both the stellar guitar playing and of course the singing!
Rachel Goshgarian
01:19:12
thank you!!! super!!!
Yisraela Tubman
01:20:34
what a privilege to hear this, between the extraordinary guitar playing and singing! thank you!!!
Jamal Stafford
01:20:59
Agreed. So nice and special to get to hear these songs
Jamal Stafford
01:21:45
If it sounds this good on zoom, I could only imagine in person
Debra Lerner
01:21:49
absolutely beautiful
Lisa Aslan
01:22:48
rabbi ovadia—did your family ever discuss their treatment upon arrival to Israel and how it impacted their impression of Israel given the maabarot and lack of access to jobs and education because they were deemed Mizrahi?
Eduardo Gentil
01:26:41
Amazing
Adina Lewittes she/her/hers
01:28:55
andi and i are here in northern nj. tell us where you are now!
Debra Lerner
01:29:26
Rick and I are in NYC, on the upper east side
Susanna Levin
01:29:37
New Rochelle, NY
Eduardo Gentil
01:29:48
Santa Catarina, Brazil
Jamal Stafford
01:29:52
I’m here from Key West, Fl currently in St. Pete Fl
Benjamin Gordon
01:29:56
Forest Hills, NY
Sara Bassilian
01:29:58
Eli Amir talks about his family's welcome to Israel in his book Naar Haofanaim.
AGB
01:30:15
Oakland, Calif
Daniel Amzallag
01:30:23
brooklyn ny
Adina Lewittes she/her/hers
01:30:26
and tell us where your family is from!
Adina Lewittes she/her/hers
01:30:58
im 3rd generation canadian and formerly russia/romania. andi is from south africa
Sara Bassilian
01:31:12
My family is from Mashad, Iran
Debra Lerner
01:31:17
Our families are from Russia, Hungary, Austria, Romania.
Benjamin Gordon
01:31:37
4th generation American from all over Russia and from Hungary
Susan Hyman
01:31:50
NY with family from Russia, Alsace-Lorraine, Poland. and my son has family from Kiev
Marie Sevy
01:32:13
My family is from Salonica. We’re Sephardic also.
Eduardo Gentil
01:35:20
My ancestors came from Portugal. We are Sephardic.
Marie Sevy
01:37:53
Mine were from Spain and settled in the Ottoman Empire
Reed Corderman
01:43:40
My family was from
Shirley Abraham
01:43:43
Afghanistan and Bukhara
Reed Corderman
01:44:10
My family was from Greece: Larissa and Salonika
Jamal Stafford
01:44:12
Family from Puerto Rico, Spain, Portugal, Italy, West Africa via Bahamas
Daniel Amzallag
01:44:25
family from morocco. live in Brooklyn NY
AGB
01:44:57
Madrid Spain
scott weiner
01:45:17
Yasher Koach Rev Hiam, Dan, Dini, Penne and Debbie A wonderful start to our travels Scott & Beth
Sharone Schlaffer
01:45:46
TODA RABBA!!
AGB
01:45:50
Thank you all
Marie Sevy
01:46:21
Beautiful gathering!
Susanna Levin
01:48:57
Laila tov