The ceiling is a sky-light, put up to protect everyone should it rain. The isles are wide enough to accommodate perhaps 5 people shoulder-to-shoulder. Maybe.
The stands selling foods are crammed up against one another.
The food for sale varies every few feet.
So do the people:
What's he doing here?
He's a politician?
Look over there. There's someone taking pictures.
Wherever you turn, something new, something different--
Want to add some spice to your life?
You have lots of choices!
Want a new fruit?
How about dragon fruit?
You can get them with a dark red meat or a very white meat. Peal away the 'dragon' skin, and voila! juicy fruit-meat. Great for a fruit salad.
Or--something even more different--
I forget what these are.
But remember, you'll need one of these first--
before you say your brochot.
But then, properly clothed, you can grab (and pay for) one of these--
Right? Why not shop and eat?
Isn't that better than eating and shopping?
But wait. First, you have to look for a Kosher certificate. After all, why make assumptions, right?
Look across the isle. Do you know what these are?
At the bottom, fresh dates. At the top--dried dates.
All you can grab. And then pay for.
How much did he say they were?
Watch out! Watch where you're walking!
|Say, can I be on TV, too? I used to live in America--- red, white and blue, just like you!|
Thursday, many do their Shabbat shopping now, even with a TV crew jamming up the isle, so you can get your challa here---
How many do you want?
You can get salad greens, and cut-up squash--
Or, even something green from Thailand--
Of course, if, like many Israelis, you like Chalavi (milk products) instead of meat, you can always find something sweet to eat--
|Ahhh, cheese. How many ways can we say, 'cheese'? Let us eat our way........|
Tomorrow night Shabbat begins. Do you know what time candle-lighting time is? No problem!
Now, remember, this is Israel, so you can't shop for your Shabbat meals and neglect--