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Bullwinkle the Moose

At the end of every Monday morning davening, I hear the chazan say: "Hu Yenahagenu al moose." - He will make us ride on a moose.

Does that mean that Bullwinkle visits the shul each Monday and everyone has to ride on him?

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    how do you know it means bullwinkle and not some other moose? – Yitzchak Feb 24 '15 at 14:26
  • @Yitzhak - it could be any moose, actually. It's just that Bullwinkle is recognizable. – DanF Feb 24 '15 at 14:29
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This is a machlokes between Sefardim and Ashkenazim.

Sefardim say this is an addition from the Kaifeng community intended to recognize the leadership of Hu Yaobang which some Chinese believe will continue to last until the Year of the Moose is introduced into their calendar in recognition of the 13th zodiac sign (because really Ophiuchus looks much more plausibly like moose horns than serpent parts).

Ashkenazim say that Hu is the international code for Hungarian, and this is saying that Hungarian Chocolate Mousse Cake is the proper way to prepare a Mousse.

An Hungarian Chocolate Mousee Cake bar

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    OMG - That cake looks soooo delicious. Who makes that and where can I buy it? – DanF Feb 24 '15 at 16:05

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