How do you best prepare for the 25-hour-long Yom Kippur fast? For Esther, it now means a pre-fast meal of satisfying dairy dishes and comfort foods, fresh salads and lots of vegetables.
Over twenty years ago, Harvey Bernstein and daughter Corey had a rugelach-baking gig called Daughter & Dad. It then went on hiatus, but recently came back as Me & 3.
Don’t forget the drinks when planning your Yom Kippur break-fast! Instead of the usual coffee and juice, try this spice tea to rehydrate and ease yourself into a lavish and tasty spread.
Bagels, cream cheese, lox. For many of us those are Yom Kippur break-fast staples. Not so if you’re vegan. Here are some ideas for breaking the fast without hurting animals, tradition or your appetite.
Around here, bagels are common for the break-fast, but among Sephardic Jews, other types of bread—boulou in North Africa or ka’aka in Yemen—are the first post-fast treats. Let them eat bread.