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.
Cold winter days are the perfect time to stay in and tackle complicated cooking and baking projects. Roll up your sleeves and get cooking on these four that Judith lined up!
Recipe of the Week
On a visit to Hungary last summer, I discovered flódni, a traditional…
Purim is all about costumes and masks, so shouldn’t our food have some dress-up fun, too? Judith came up with a masquerade meal of stuffed, filled and hidden treats.
This year for Purim, give mishloach manot that are better for the environment and your recipients’ bodies. Not sure where to start? Sarah put together a handy list of tips.
Forget the gaudy Purim baskets of yore filled with sugar, sugar and more sugar. This year, Merav is going for something that’s bit more modern, mature and aligned with her lifestyle.
Depriving oneself of something good usually results in the opposite—just ask any chocoholic. That’s why Purim, a sanctioned night of revelry and letting go, makes so much sense.