Hamburgers and hot dogs are usually the stars on July 4th, but why should the grill have all the fun? Wow your guests with these patriotic, but simple desserts.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could taste watermelons before buying them, like in Israel in the past? Watermelon that isn’t sweet disappoints, but when turned into granita it awakens Leah’s childhood memories.
At home in Alabama, Esther is scouring the farmers’ markets, preparing for her DC daughter’s return home and their first Shabbat together in a long time.
A simple salad shared by an Israeli friend takes just minutes to make and refreshes on the hottest summer days—but does little to calm a mother’s worries about her daughter.
Lag b’Omer is a day to celebrate life with picnics, cookouts and bonfires. This lesser known holiday, a break in a serious period on the Jewish calendar, also heralds summer on the horizon.