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Pasta Bolognese

Keshet Kasruti Kalpa Z"L

Keshet grows up in Kibbutz Samar in the Southern Arava. He was a wild child who dreams of pirates, who walks on his hands all the way from the house to the kibbutz dining room. Keshet loved parties, festivals and traveling the world. Like his name, Rainbow in Hebrew, he connected with people of all colors and types.

Keshet was murdered at a Nova party in Reim in the terrorist attack on October 7, 2023. He was 21 years old at the time of his death. He left behind his parents and two sisters.

Bolognese pasta was Keshet's favorite food. Whenever he was absent from home for a while or came back from an annual trip, his mother would welcome him with a big plate of Bolognese pasta. Even last summer when Keshet finally arrived home after touring festivals in Europe, his mother was waiting for him, as always, with his pasta dish.

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1 large onion cut into small cubes

1 coarsely grated carrot

3 chopped garlic cloves

500 grams of ground meat

A few fresh thyme leaves

2 cans of crushed tomatoes

Salt, pepper, sugar

Olive oil

500 grams of pasta


1. Heat olive oil in a pan, brown the onion in it and add garlic and grated carrot. Let the vegetables caramelize while stirring.

2. Move the vegetables to the sides of the pot and sprinkle the minced meat in the pan. After a slight sear, with a wooden spoon crumble the meat into crumbs.

3. Add crushed tomatoes and a little sugar, season with salt, freshly ground black pepper and chopped thyme leaves (oregano is also possible). Cook a little and take off the heat.

4. Cook the pasta according to the instructions on the package.

5. Drain the pasta but save a little of the cooking water, add to the sauce and mix.

6. Pour the sauce on the strained pasta.

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