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The Shaar Hatzioon [795/12] says that one should preferably not eat meat on the night of Purim. Why might this year be different and we SHOULD eat meat on Purim night?

Great post title.

What else should a queen's escort eat at the going-away party?

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Gil -You ae a prodigy!!

Someone was just at my house so I asked them about their Shabbos. They told me that there was a Danish fellow there. I asked if they had him for Kiddush. Growing up we loved having danishes on Shabbos.

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