I didn’t host a Rosh Hashanah dinner this year but I did set the table over at my friend’s house, which is the part of entertaining I like best anyway.
Did you think I was going to leave you hanging without a new craft project for Rosh Hashanah?! I would hope you know me well enough by now. Anyway, here
Although my Rosh Hashanah table last time was pretty, I wouldn’t say it was really amazing. I did have an excuse: I didn’t actually plan on having a Rosh Hashanah
When you are a guest for a big dinner like Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur it is always nice to bring a hostess gift. A bottle of kosher wine is
Setting a pretty table at Rosh Hashanah is easier than any other holiday because the raw materials are so attractive…apples and pomegranates. Consider these 5 super easy ways to add
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.
I’m one of those people that likes to learn and speak a foreign language when I travel to non-English speaking countries. I think its fun and part of the novelty
In addition to serving apples and honey at Rosh Hashanah, it is also customary to serve or display pomegranates in some form. With their many seeds, pomegranates symbolize righteousness, because
I had a rare moment to kill the other day so I decided to go to my local Jo-ann Fabrics and look around for ideas. I was feeling crafty and needed