Hanukkah Day 7 - Healing Hurts and Promoting Well-being by Rabbi Katy Z. AllenJewish tradition teaches that we are each to light our own hanukkiah - or... Read More
by Rabbi David Lerner The obituaries have been written, the plot has been opened and the tombstone is being carved. But before we complete the... Read More
These days, there’s a good chance that your Thanksgivukkah celebration is going to include someone who wants the stuffing but not the bird. (And that’s... Read More
This recipe gives a Hanukkah dish a sweet autumnal spin. Rolling the blintzes is a fun step that can be assigned to any kids hanging... Read More
Sweet potatoes are one of my favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. And they’re easy enough to make Hanukkah-appropriate too—simply grate them and turn them into latkes.... Read More
This year, take a break from your nightly latkes and fry up some pickles instead. This simple version of the trendy bar staple has an... Read More
I often hear that Judaism places a strong emphasis on our deeds, and less so on our beliefs. What does this mean and is it a generalization?
I often hear that Judaism places a strong emphasis on our deeds, and less so on our beliefs. What does this mean and is it a generalization? By... Read More