This is a photo of the original Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel temple. It was moved from its original location to its current location. I can't even imagine how you move a whole building!
I picked an all beef hot dog on a challah roll for lunch. I only ever eat turkey dogs so this was a delicious treat!
My friend Lauren ordered a hot pastrami sandwich and a kosher pickle.
We shared a potato knish. I need to learn how to make these because they are delicious!
In order to get my cute little Israeli flag, I had to eat a really bad piece of gefilte fish from a jar. I have only ever had cooked loaves of gefilte fish, and I will be sticking with those from now on. But at least I have a sticker to prove I did it!
Much like at the Greek Festival, I used all of my leftover tickets to buy desserts. They seemed to have desserts from every Jewish holiday through the year, but I tried to buy things that I don't have all the time.
This was a random cookie and I have no idea if it is Jewish or not, but it did taste good!
This is a hamentaschen filled with chocolate. I didn't get any on Purim this year, and this one was especially delicious!
They also had music to listen to while you ate. We were there during the time that Chava Mirel was singing, and she was really good!
Have you ever tried any Jewish foods before? Do you have a favorite?