Cameras were rolling in Jerusalem when Nazareth carpenter Yeshua Ben-Yosef and friends gathered for a Passover dinner that would turn out to be Ben-Yosef’s Last Supper. Here’s the video.
Hola. Is Tia Lencha here. Today I going to help you make my new faborite taco. The other day I saw my mijo making sonething in the kishen. I so proud. He like to cook like his mama.
I say, “Mijo, what you making?”
He say, “A taco.”
I see that he was using corn tortillas, crumble Oaxaca cheese, scramble eggs, salsa chipotle, and potato ships. I was confuse.
Cesar Chavez Day is a U.S. federal commemorative holiday, proclaimed by President Barack Obama in 2014.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a version of the “evergreen” feature we run every Cesar Chavez Day. This version lacks the listing of what’s open and what’s closed because everything is closed. Stay safe at home, pochos!
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Every Passover for the last 2500 years, los Judios eat “bitter herbs” to remember “the bitterness of slavery in Egypt.” In this classic video, Hebrew homeboys Jaquann and Luis begin their prep with a sweeter herb and then feed their munchies with matzo balls. Passover starts at sundown Saturday, March 27. (NSFW drugs and language.)