Hanukkah Coins Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online Hanukkah jigsaw puzzle of gold coins and colorful dreidels. The coins are made of chocolate and used to celebrate the holiday.

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tshepherd24
Dec 15, 2014
Those Hanukkah coins look nice.
lydiagintn
Dec 10, 2014
Thanks C4J
nlbuchanan
Dec 11, 2014
Lydiagintn, would you please explain to me what the Hanukkah coins are used for. And, if I didn't say it yesterday, happy Hanukkah to you. Also, why the difference in Hanukkah and Chanukkah?
lydiagintn
Dec 11, 2014
Hi nlb! The coins are called gelt in Hebrew. For Chanukah, we give the chocolate ones wrapped in foil. We give gelt (real coins! ) as gifts. The chocolate ones look just like Israeli money. Some kids play the dreidel game with gelt, but most use pennies, raisins, nuts, etc. Dreidel is a "gambling" game that originated thousands of years ago during times of persecution (ALL the time! lol). Jews would study Torah in secret and when they heard someone coming, they would hide the Torah and bring out the dreidel and coins and say they had gotten together to gamble! Now, it's a Chanukah game! There is no difference in the spellings of Chanukah, which is, of course, a Hebrew word and has no English spelling. We say that it's ok as long as it has 8 letters to represent the 8 nights. The first night
lydiagintn
Dec 11, 2014
Sorry...The first night this year is Dec. 16. It changes every year because it follows the Hebrew calendar which is lunar, On the Hebrew calendar, it's always on 25 Kislev. Thanks for your interest! I greatly appreciate the chance to explain our traditions.
nlbuchanan
Dec 12, 2014
Now that I read your answer, I think I asked the same question last year! I know someone explained it to me in the not-terribly-distant past. After asking a couple more years, I might remember and not need to ask again! Thank you for your time and the lessons.
aussiesapphire
Dec 10, 2014
Been very hot today - God bless all of you. Happy Hanukkah and good night. Hugs.

You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching,
Love like you'll never be hurt,
Sing like there's nobody listening,
And live like it's heaven on earth."
– William W. Purkey

"When we love, we always strive to become better than we are. When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better too."
– Paulo Coelho
kjd3682
Dec 10, 2014
You always find the best quotes, thanks for your diligence to find new ones for us all the time! Hope today is cooler for you! We're even having a 'heat wave' (lol), it got up to 50 today!
KNadineM
Dec 10, 2014
We're supposed to have a heatwave of up to 50 this weekend, lol. Wishing for the best comfort for everyone in whatever climate you're in.
marine5153
Dec 10, 2014
I often reminded my kids when they were young and complained about the cold or snow that they REALLY didn't know what snow WAS unless they grew up in New England. The winter of 1947, Mass. had 145 inches of snow that season and I don't recall missing any school. But, elem. schools in Mass. were everywhere...each neighborhood had a school, which is probably why the state has often been called "TAXachusetts"!!!
aussiesapphire
Dec 10, 2014
Little hugs to you all, too hot for big ones lol. I'll leave them for winter. :)
pixipixil
Dec 10, 2014
Blowing kisses for you who are sweltering.
aussiesapphire
Dec 10, 2014
Well the least you could do Pixi, is bottle up some of that snow and send it our way hehehehe. Hugs.
pixipixil
Dec 11, 2014
Yes. It looked like it was going to miss us again and then yesterday it started and we now have a winter wonderland as it was very sticky snow. My husband's school is closed so I am relieved he is home and safe.
Sending cool breezes your way, Aussie.
aussiesapphire
Dec 11, 2014
Kiss :) and hugs.
pixipixil
Dec 11, 2014
I'll take both and double the blown kisses your way.
Don't worry. I don't cook with garlic.
aussiesapphire
Dec 12, 2014
LOL
Jingles
Dec 10, 2014
This was hard puzzle for me to work. Can anyone tell me how long carameled apples will keep in the refrigerator? If I make them now will they be ok by Christmas. Please, Please, Please tell me if anyone knows. It's driving me crazy.

God bless you all.
seaview
Dec 10, 2014
Jingles I looked it up & it says will keep 3 days if theres a gap where your stick enters. It also says if you seal around the sticks entry point with candy, caramel or chocolate then 2 weeks but have seen stated up to 2 1/2 weeks. The trick is you have to prevent as much oxygen getting to the inside of the apple as you can so seal it good.
Maybe some others that have made ahead of time will have some tips.
iawoman1
Dec 10, 2014
My husband says it should be ok. He knows about these things:)
pkbutterfly
Dec 10, 2014
Just Googled your question and found that 2-2 1/2 weeks in the refrigerator seems to be the answer. One week out of the refrigerator. Good luck!
pixipixil
Dec 10, 2014
Two things. I never made caramel apples.
Apples without caramel wouldn't keep that long so I'm doubtful but if a complete seal woould do it then make the hole with the stick, take out the stick and put caramel in the hole then put the stick back.
seaview
Dec 11, 2014
Jingles I posted what I found out about the caramel apples on yesterdays puzzle of the Hanukkah gold coins & there were some other posts as well. Did you see the posted comments yet?
nmmelody
Dec 10, 2014
If you do caramel apples now - the apples will be mushy by Christmas.
pixipixil
Dec 10, 2014
That's what I think, too, but I never made them. I've done candied apples tho.
dbnc2
Dec 10, 2014
Good morning
I liked this puzzle
cindyj28
Dec 10, 2014
A difficult puzzle today! And Yes, a Happy Hannukah to all who follow that path. God is indeed good today!!!!!!!
pixipixil
Dec 10, 2014
Hard one! Happy Hannukah. God grant peace to Israel.
God grant peace to us all.
Wishing you tall he blessing of realizing the closeness and care of the Lord.
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