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The Beauty and Wisdom of Shabbat

Rabbi Royi Shaffin
Shabbat candles flicker as the flames dance with the joy of Shabbat. Their light illuminates the world, chases away darkness, and reminds us of the creation of light. 356 more words

Blue Apron Review: Spiced Pork Burgers with Pickled Beets & Cone Cabbage Slaw

This recipe was not made by me, but I did get to eat it! And ooooh man, this sucker is going into the recipe box, or at least half of it is. 793 more words


Dijana's Challah Bread

To make Challah, the dough is rolled into rope-shaped pieces which are braided and brushed with an egg wash before baking to add a golden finish. 57 more words


Spelt Challah

The other week for Rosh Hashannah (Jewish new year) I made Challah for the very first time. I can’t take any credit for the recipe, it’s all on here  51 more words


Cold. In and Out.

Today is one of those beautiful windy and cold days when my heart does not know whether to be joyful before the upcoming Simchat Torah… 278 more words

Jewish Stories


When I was a little girl, my mother taught me how to make bread. From simple white breads to decadent holiday fruit breads, I was her little helper. 949 more words


Sukkot Lulav Challah

My cousin shared a picture of an amazing challah with me, a challah for Sukkot shaped like a lulav and etrog. I took one look and knew I had to try to do it. 327 more words