I’m breaking out the “L” word for Joan Nathan’s ‘Quiches, Kugels and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France.’ Hits stores on Oct. 26th. Here’s your sneak peek.
Sounding the shofar. To stir our conscience, to confront our past errors, and ultimately, to return to wholeness and holiness.
A renewed covenant awaits us this year. Renewal of our selves. Renewal of our covenant with Israel.
This is how you know someone loves you: when he forgoes sitting inside by the fireplace you don’t have and ventures out into the damp to help you build a temporary house for a holiday he’s never heard of.
Adath Jeshurun and AIPAC Minnesota welcome the editor of The Jerusalem Post to Minnesota. This event is not to be missed! Will you be there?
In the stream-of-consciousness novel by Israeli Eshkol Nevo, “Homesick,” its characters’ lives seems to roll downhill, as does the novel’s grip on its reader.
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My kids know who celebrates what. But they’re not sure of the sweet meshing required to make the world a better place. Yet.
Israel and HUC is a very difficult place sometimes. I was expecting the High Holy Days to be extra meaningful just being in Jerusalem. Some of the days were powerful and other parts were tough. Some experiences are only possible in Israel.
Another holiday means more meals. Here’s an easy recipe for Grilled Mahi Mahi with Vinegar Spiked Vegetables so you’ll have one less to plan.