Ah, Shavuot… Cheesecake, blintzes and lasagna—what’s not to love? A lot, it turns out, if your table includes Celiacs, lactose intolerant people and vegans. Here’s how to make it more inclusive.
Most goats are bread in late fall or early winter and give birth in spring, which means that dairy-heavy Shavuot coincides perfectly with when the first goat milk goes to humans.
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The beauty of challah baking is that it has so much symbolism, so much meaning and significance, yet is also so simple – hands on, physical, made from just a few ingredients.
It’s hard to think about Passover prep when we’re all just wondering what the next few weeks will look like. Here are some ways to support each other during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fight the chorus of “I’m bored” and “I’m hungry” by getting kids to roll up their sleeves and join you in the kitchen to prepare breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks.