Back off, Passover shamers. Nothing I’m going to be able to pull off in my 1,500 sq. ft. home aka office aka school during the COVID-19 crisis is going to resemble our family’s normal, awesome family Seder. So I’m not going to try.
I’m not going to fit into a pretty Jewish box. Most of us don’t. But that’s what makes our community so awesome.
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When people were regularly asking me,”Huh? A blog? What’s that?,” Minneapolis Jewish Federation “got” TC Jewfolk. We wouldn’t be where we are without them.
Cooking delicious and healthy food gives me an incredible sense of joy. It’s creative – a dash of basil here, a dollop of coconut oil there, and voila, a taste sensation! It’s relaxing – mixing, and sifting, and stirring, and tasting, all the while watching episodes of my favorite TV shows on my computer (currently, Top Chef). […]
We had so much fun with our First Annual Recipe Contest, and we hope you did too, seeing the photos, getting the recipes, and generally following along.
Our celebrity judges for our first annual recipe contest!
Support TC Jewfolk and you can feast on all the kosher food, drinks, and information you desire for just $5 per adult at the Twin Cities’ first ever KosherFest.
Every Jewish recipe contest needs a judge who’s a Bubbe. So here’s what ours has to say about her food, her favorite restaurant, and her advice for aspiring chefs.
TC Jewfolk is about to embark on a dramatic transformation. And we have just 29 days to raise the $60,000 to make it happen.