As we are in the cooler months of the winter, I am focusing on warm and hearty meals, ones that are short on prep time and family friendly.
We help each other on a regular basis, but are free to say no without feeling guilt or resentment.
Sometimes people ask me questions that have been circulating for a while. That doesn’t mean I don’t have answers, though.
Water can be a curse as well as a blessing.
Once the snow has begun to fall, you can start debating the age old question: Do you wait until the snow stops to start shoveling or do you go out and shovel a few times during a lengthier snowfall?
My voyage into the world of sous vide began with the Sansaire immersion circulator, a product that got its start on Kickstarter and exceeded its goal by more than 800 percent.
Playing dreidel is like the miracle of the oil. You expect a game to take ten minutes and it lasts for eight nights.
Don’t forget to take advantage of stores and websites that send you fun stuff just for being born.
She began changing her eating habits and tweaking her recipes and saw the pounds start to disappear.
So my advice is to put small trackers on all his yarmulkes – the kind that make a “Bip-bip!’ noise when you push a button on your key fob – so you can find them when he can’t.
I was deeply insulted. Did I raise a brood of battered kids?
Inform the merchant of your preferences: Do you want a yellow esrog or a green one? Pittum still on or pre-broken off for your convenience? Fat or skinny? The kind that fits in an esrog box or the kind you have to lift with both hands?
And maybe an ocean wasn’t absolutely necessary. After all, lake or ocean, water is still water.
Not every main dish has to be time consuming, because, let’s face it, we don’t just cook for Shabbos and Yom Tov; we have to eat during the week also.