Sukkot hearkens back to times in ancient Israel when Jews would build huts near the edges of their fields during the harvest season. These dwellings called a "sukkah" (or "sukkot" plural) not only provided shade, but allowed the workers to maximize the amount of time they spent in the fields, harvesting their food more quickly as a result. Click to learn more about the origins of Sukkot.So rather than bore you I thought I would show you some of the interesting items that we offer during this season.
|Clockwise from Top Left: Chocolate Apple filled w. Honey Candy, Chocolate Bee Hive, Chocolate Rams Head, |
Mini Chocolate Sukkah, Chocolate Sukkah, Mini Chocolate Shofars.