I’m all for repurposing leftovers and re-using what’s left in my fridge. In this case, I used leftover deli from Shabbos and boom – a pastrami pizza was born.
Twisting and turning miserably for five hours, all I could think about was how I was going to survive an upcoming trip to visit my daughter in Israel.
Truth be told, if you were to ask graduate students in ancient history who Amalek was, you’d likely get blank stares.
It is fun for the whole family, and best of all, can be done anytime and anywhere.
Sure, Pesach might be a little labor intensive, but it brings incredible opportunities to spend quality time with your nearest and dearest...
Being positive and upbeat is a valuable weapon in the battle to stay healthy.
If you’re looking for a transitional jacket for spring, I’m sharing 4 styles that were seen all over the spring runways.
The seudah will be done as a pot-luck with my two sisters, and I will bring challah freshly baked that day. The only thing remaining to worry about is costumes.
While purists insist on traditional fillings, others are reinventing and loading them up with goodies ranging from s’mores to baklava to pulled brisket and even spinach and cheese.
My son Dovid helped me to create a great flavor combo! He absolutely loves all things peanut butter, and I love cookie butter.
Here are some fun ways to dress up, make some noise and have a raucous good time at your next Purim party.
History has some of the most tragic events and deaths listed for the month of Adar, events that reach as far back as the great scholarly houses of Hillel and Shammai...
My son will request hamantaschen like most kids ask for chocolate chip cookies. It’s his favorite treat and he refuses to wait for Purim to eat them.
While we prepare, we can share our positive insights and how-tos, and recipes, and keep raising the happiness level all around.
Let’s face it, no matter how hard you try, sometimes a gift just misses the mark, and I confess this has happened to me more than once.
Looking at the story, one could argue that Mordechai was somewhat responsible for what happened and it was only through Esther’s heroic sacrifice that the Jews were saved.