To toast or not to toast? President Biden caused some controversy when he picked up a toasted bagel at Call Your Mother in DC on his first Sunday in office.
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This year won’t involve a different group of friends or party every night, but that doesn’t mean Chanukah is canceled. Here are some ways to bring the holiday light to your home celebrations.
Instead of your usual apple pie, this year after you go apple or pumpkin picking, head home and make one of these recipes from somewhere else across the globe.
Looking for activities to keep your kids busy and entertained while they’re home? Need decorations for your sukkah? Put the two together for lifelong keepsakes from this strange time.
Finally! A holiday that seems perfect for social distancing. With outdoor seating—under the stars with plenty of fresh air—Sukkot offers a semblance of normalcy during a crazy year.
Elad Shore is next in line to run Shlomo and Doron, a popular Tel Aviv hummus spot. But just like his dad added hummus to the menu, Elad has added his own (international) twist.
Ruthie isn’t going to bars to enjoy her favorite limonana (mint lemonade) or limonarak (same, but spiked), so this is a great opportunity to make a frozen version she can enjoy at home.
One of my go-to summer cafe drinks is limonana, a Hebrew portmanteau of the words limon (lemon) and nana (mint) that sounds like limonada (lemonade). Limonana is generally a slushy type drink made with those two ingredients, plus a good amount of sugar. If I want something alcoholic, I’ll opt for a limonarak, lemonade mixed…