They aren’t glamorous. But, I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t like falafel. This healthy, sprouted version is a tasty, surprisingly light starter for a Shavuos (Shavuot) meal or a main […]
It’s Lag B’omer 5773 (2013) today. It’s a day of bonfires and get-togethers. Last night we began dancing in the streets and then brought the party home until 3:00 AM. […]
The knee bone’s connected to the…skin? Yes, it is. And a holistic view of the body and its functions is firmly rooted in Jewish spirituality. The soul and the body […]
Baking a “schlissel challah” for the first Shabbos after Pesach is a beloved Hassidic custom. Surprisingly, it’s been ardently disputed by one online author as to the custom’s Jewish bona fides. His […]
These nourishing soup recipes are inspired, not by Lewis Carroll’s quirky ode to soup, but by two readers’ personal dietary adventures.