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Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 3 - Manischewitz Granita

Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 3 - Manischewitz Granita

Despite not being able to use some ingredients, Passover recipes are pretty heavy. After the matzoh balls, brisket, roasted potatoes, and chopped liver, I can’t... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 2 - Nana’s Brisket

Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 2 - Nana’s Brisket

Family recipes are funny. They’re not always the most detailed, having been passed from generation to generation, scribbled on a crumpled piece of paper that’s... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 1 - Manischewitz Poached Pears

Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 1 - Manischewitz Poached Pears

Passover is right around the corner—do you know what’s on your seder menu? Let us help you plan. We’ll be sharing a Passover recipe every... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: A Good Apple (Cake)

Chosen Eats: A Good Apple (Cake)

My parents always taught me that a good houseguest brings a gift for her host as a thank you for opening their home. And as... Read More
Posted in: Food
Sunday School for Jewish Studies

The Fall Holidays of Judaism

This past Sunday I had the privilege of leading an interactive presentation on the Fall Holidays of Judaism, with a focus on universal themes. About... Read More
Four Kids, Old Traditions and New Meanings

Four Kids, Old Traditions and New Meanings

By Dan BrosgolDirector of Prozdor at Hebrew College Boston isn’t like anywhere else. For that I’m grateful. Eastern Massachusetts is a crucible of history, innovation,... Read More
Posted in: Kids & Parenting
The Community Kollel of Sharon

The Torah Minute with Rabbi Yitzi Weiner: Tishrei

  Rabbi Yitzi Weiner on why Rosh Hashanah is described as a time of freedom. Read More
Why do High Holiday services feel more formal and remote than Shabbat services?

Why do High Holiday services feel more formal and remote than Shabbat services?

I've been to services on Shabbat and I find them warm, welcoming, and somewhat informal. But on High Holidays, they seem heavily ritualized and really... Read More
Giving Back at a Time of Self-Reflection

Giving Back at a Time of Self-Reflection

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are a natural time to take stock: of what we are grateful for, what we hope for the next year,... Read More
Posted in: Personal Stories
Temple Shalom

On Inheritances and Responsibilities

Let's begin with a modern parable: There was a man who had been widowed. The man had been happily married for many, many years. He... Read More
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