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Ron’s Bavaria

Ron Shemer Z"L

Ron loved to travel the world, spend time with his friends, surf in the sea and play footvolley. He loved dogs, especially the family pitbull, Tyson. Already at the age of 17 he was a young ambassador and represented Israel at the UN. After his military service he guided Jewish youth at Camp Pearlman in Pennsylvania and from there began his gap year. Ron came to celebrate at the Nova festival. When the sirens started he chose to stay and look for his friends who came with him to the party. 

Ron ran away to the shelter at the Gamma Intersection. Terrorists threw 3 grenades into the shelter and injured everyone. At first his family understood from a friend that survived that Ron had been kidnapped. Ron was allegedly a hostage until his body was found about a week later, about 50 meters from the shelter from which the terrorists tried to kidnap him. Ron chose to save his friends and others and thus gave up his life. He was 23 at his death.

Ron’s Bavaria was his favourite dessert. He always asked for it on Shabbat and holidays.

Whenever Ron came back from abroad he would ask his mother Sigal to make him Bavaria. Whenever there was an event with his friends, he would volunteer his mother to make the Bavaria for him. His mother says: The strangest thing is that the Bavaria was not in the fridge for long. As soon as it was ready, it would simply disappear.

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2 whole eggs

6 tablespoons sugar

2 cups milk

14g fish gelatin

2 sweet cream 

1 tablespoon sugar

Fativar chocolate

Chocolate Syrup


It is recommended to prepare all sections at the same time:

1. Beat 2 eggs with 6 tablespoons of sugar until you get a firm foam

2. Melt the gelatin with 3 cups of milk on the stove until it boils then cool – stir constantly to prevent formation of lumps

3. Whip the sweet cream with a spoonful of sugar until smooth.

4. Add the batter with the milk and gelatin to the foam with the eggs and sugar

5. Add the cream to the batter as well

6. Dip the Fativar into the milk and arrange in a pan.

7. Pour the batter on the Fativar and put it in the fridge overnight.

8. When the Bavaria is ready, sprinkly it with grated Fativar and chocolate Syrup.

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