A Rabbi & His Wife Near ASU Are Selling Chicken Soup

posted by Jessica Goodman - 

"When someone is sick and away from home, a little love goes a long way."

Posted by azcentral on Sunday, September 30, 2018

Over the years, there have been studies done that prove chicken soup helps make you feel better when you are sick! 

Fifteen years ago, he and his wife, Chana, started Rohr Chabad at Arizona State University as a place near campus for Jewish students to hang out, study and have Friday night Shabbat dinner.

"It gives that sense of stability and family while away from home," the rabbi said. He and Chana live next door to the center with their five children.

Just like mom would, if students are sick, Chana makes chicken soup with matzo balls from a recipe she got from her mother, who got it from her mother. And it's free.

"Chicken soup is the mother of all cures," Rabbi Tiechtel said. "They jokingly call it 'the Jewish penicillin.'"

Any ASU student who is under the weather can call, email or fill out a delivery form online for soup. Sometimes parents make the request. It is delivered to dorms and nearby apartments, usually within a couple of hours.

"It does wonders," Rabbi Tiechtel said. Because it's not just the soup.

It's someone showing up to check on them.

So if you go to ASU, you can order some chicken soup HERE or call 480-736-8672, send an email to rabbi@jewishasu.com, or order online at jewishasu.com.

Just a little bit of home away from home! 

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