The one PR war Israel is not losing is the culinary one. Israeli cuisine is so hot right now, you can see it’s influence everywhere, from shakshuka trucks, to oiled
The tradition of eating apples with honey on Rosh Hashanah to symbolize the sweet year we hope is in store for us needs no special Judaica. You can beautifully conduct
This year has just flown by. I can’t believe it is already time to start thinking about the High Holidays! Get a jump on the new year with tackling a
I have been busy, busy, busy on the product side of Chai & Home and I thought I’d show you a few of the new things I’ve been working on.
I love crumble and I love the fact that it is the easiest thing to make in the world. Anyone, no matter how incompetent in the kitchen can make crumble.
When I wrote my first Jewish Journey story about The Sleeping Giant, I meant to follow it up shortly with another one, but things got busy and how the time
The people in my family are such carnivores, just the idea of not eating meat for 9 days is tantamount to mourning a death in the family. Fortunately, that is
The first mitzvah performed in a newly established Jewish home is to hang a mezuzah. “Mezuzah” actually refers to the parchment contained in the decorative case, not the case itself,
I love to feature businesses and craft projects that have a little Jew-y twist to them and when a friend recently gave me her kid’s discarded fuse bead collection, my