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Everyday Holiness

One of the things I love most about Judaism is the awareness and intention it can bring to even the most mundane and everyday of tasks.   1,013 more words


Z'houg (Yemenite Green Chili Paste)

Wow, what a kick! One taste and I was immediately addicted. All I could think was, “What can I put this on? I want to put it on everything!” 168 more words


But...What Do You EAT?!

I won’t lie…feeding our family of 4 a healthy, kosher diet in Alaska is a never ending challenge.  While keeping kosher in the lower 48 was sometimes difficult, living in Alaska brings in an entirely new set of challenges.   847 more words


A Holy Environment

“The birds and many of the land animals forbidden by the Torah are predators, while the permitted animals are not. We are commanded not to eat those animals possessive of a cruel nature, so that we should not absorb these qualities into ourselves.” 270 more words


What the small print giveth the Lord reserves the right to taketh away.

This recent flurry of blogging was spurred by my anger at an incident where cruelly captioned photos of a Sikh man were passed around on Snap-o-gram (whatever) because he is “other”. 1,983 more words


Chocolate Chip Dot Cookies & Prayer Before Taking Medicine

Chocolate Chip Dot Cookies

I have been very quiet lately because unfortunately, Raizel has been very sick. I am trying to visualize the positive and praying for her to receive a complete and speedy recovery. 616 more words


Beginning July 21, you can eat Kosher at Wrigley Field

Another Century-Long Wait Is Over for the Chicago Cubs: Wrigley Field Is Getting Kosher Food
by Sophie Aroesty
July 13, 2017

The Chicago Cubs famously went 108 years without winning a World Series championship, but few know about their other over-a-century-long streak. 67 more words