Blintzes for Shavuot

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Bubbe (Yiddish for grandmother) teaches us how to make simple meals in our own kitchens. She also shares stories about her life. It is a wonderful intergenerational endeavor and well worth watching (1000mitzvahs.org).

Feed Me Bubbe” is a heartwarming collection of videos of an 83 year old Jewish grandmother and her loving grandson.

“Bubbe” shares recipes in her cooking videos, but she also shares stories, life lessons, and advice (dailygood.org).

Feed Me Bubbe is a Jewish cooking show that is produced on a shoe-string budget. Bubbe’s grandson Avrom introduces each show declaring that “Bubbe” is one of the three words he needs to know when he is hungry and looking for Kosher food.

Chag Sameach! Happy Shavuot!

The series is produced by Chalutz Productions (so called because “Chalutz” is Hebrew for “pioneer”). Feed Me Bubbe is part of the new trend in podcasting known as “Vodcast.”

Being mentioned in British newspapers, as well as Avrom and Bubbe being guests or highlighted on many other podcasts, has led to Feed Me Bubbe quickly gaining a wide audience and becoming noted.

In each episode Bubbe introduces a recipe, teaches how to cook it, and shares stories from her past; also included is a feature entitled “Yiddish Word of the Day,” in which Avrom learns a new Yiddish word from Bubbe. A more recently added segment – “Ask Bubbe” – features Bubbe answering viewer questions and feedback.

The first episode was released on Instant Media on June 16, 2006. Each episode is approximately 7 to 15 minutes long.

Feed Me Bubbe was one of the shows launched by Instant Media Network. Within its first month month over 300 subscribers had made Feed Me Bubbe one of the network’s most popular vodcasts. In the first annual Vloggie Awards Feed Me Bubbe was nominated in the cooking category. (Wikipedia)

Feed Me Bubbe Website

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