This is such an auspicious season in our calendar and the weight of it all is felt especially now. I wish for all of us to be signed and sealed in the Book of Life and to be blessed with a year of comfort, prosperity and peace! Here are some oldies but goodies you might [...]
Boker tov my dear readers. We’re almost there! May our new year be filled with sweetness and blessings. I shared this video last year, but I love this one! Perfect for all of us struggling to seed a pomegranate today.
Writing this blog is such a blessing in my life. To get to do what I love, and to share it with all of you… I can’t describe how fortunate I feel. Thank you so much for reading, for commenting, for chatting with me on Facebook and Twitter (especially all the #rhcooking tweeters the last [...]
We’ve been waiting for this one! I still love the Chanukah one the best, but this is sweet. Enjoy!
Earlier this week, I shared my easy method for making a round apple challah for Rosh Hashana. While I love that method and plan to use it for most of our challot, sometimes you need something a little more… impressive. Impressive – but still not difficult. Enter the braided round challah. This four-strand challah is [...]
Last week, a few of us were discussing the merits of paper cards vs. e-cards for Rosh Hashana. Although I love receiving “real” cards – especially since we use them to decorate our Sukkah – I completely appreciate the benefits of e-cards. In fact, I intend to send some myself this year. One option for [...]