A pandemic, protests, politics—5781 isn’t starting off on the right foot… Here are some ways to make it sweet and just a little smoother despite the crazy circumstances
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The coronavirus pandemic has increased food and financial insecurity. Throughout the DC area, Jewish organizations have stepped up to try to alleviate it and help families in need.
Besides road trips and nearby nature, summer travel has mostly been canceled. In the coming weeks, we’ll be featuring menus and ideas for meals that will whisk you away—no passport required.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington has mobilized to aid vulnerable members of the community and institutions through the Jewish Community Coronavirus Response Fund.
During this season of uncertainty and social distancing, one constant that will sustain our community is our ability to connect with one another. Here are some resources for Passover and beyond.
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.
Mishloach manot gift baskets are just the call the indecisive baker needs to whip up all the recipes she’s been bookmarking for years. Here are 10 to start off with…
With so many new cookbooks released this year by Jewish authors, there’s something for every foodie on your list. In fact, there’s a good chance it’ll be hard to choose…
Adeena Sussman’s colorful new cookbook, Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors from My Israeli Kitchen, puts a bright and sunny spin on Israeli cuisine, celebrating produce, seasonality and that creative immigrant influence.
By the end of the Jewish month of Tishrei, a lot of us feel beyond stuffed. Here’s how to incorporate a little more minimalism and a lot more enjoyment into High Holiday meals.