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Refugees: Take Just One Action

On Rosh Hashana at the Orangetown Jewish Center, I spoke about the worldwide refugee crisis. (Please contact me at Rabbi.Drill@theojc.org if you would like to see the full text of the sermon.) It was a difficult sermon to give because I did not have a decisive answer to offer to this overwhelming, multi-faceted issue. 757 more words

Rabbi Paula Mack Drill

The ABCs of living on your own

Disclaimer: I am not in any way an expert on the matter – as any visitor I ever had in my room could easily confirm – but rather a fellow uni student who made enough mistakes in the last 2 years and 1 month to have learnt a few lessons here and there. 505 more words


One Pan Chilli Eggs With Homemade Guacamole

A simple supper, lunch or brunch dish that tastes amazing. I mean, what’s not to love? Smashed up avocados with chilli, coriander, lime, garlic and crispy fried eggs!! 208 more words


DOs & DON'Ts when making pasta

It is a universally acknowledged truth that, when it comes to pasta, Italians tend to turn into proper food nazis. We don’t do it on purpose – not always anyways – it’s just in our nature to preserve the great food tradition we’ve been forcefully handed down by… 337 more words


#MakeupMonday: Natural Makeup

When it comes to makeup, people always tend to say “less is more“. But who are we to judge? It’s not like anyone will tell you off for wearing a red lipstick instead of lip balm, are they? 456 more words


Smoky Beans On Garlic Toast

I am all for easy recipes, as you will no doubt soon find out! If it takes more than 45 minutes to get on the table I tend to turn my nose up at the recipe. 209 more words


Top 10 Ingredients You'll Always Need At University

Being at University doesn’t necessarily mean eating rubbish food for the whole year. In fact, cooking a decent meal in a short amount of time is possible – and, at times, really delicious! 514 more words