Want to know how to choose a Hebrew or Jewish name for your baby? Check out this advice choosing a Hebrew, Jewish or Biblical name. I’m also sharing ideas and my favorite Hebrew and Jewish names for boys and girls!
This Rosh Hashanah I’m sharing all about what a shofar is, what blessing to say when you blow a shofar and how to blow a shofar!
#shofar #roshhashanah #highholidays
For my final episode of my Summer Shabbat series I’m sharing my best advice for hosting an elegant formal Shabbat dinner. I walk you through my (easy!) Shabbat dinner menu, and show you some tips and tricks for creating an atmosphere to welcome guests into your home. The Jewish value of hachnasat orchim (welcoming guests) is a beautiful tradition and mitzvah that is especially meaningful on Shabbat. Thank you SO much to Annieglass for letting me showcase some of their gorgeous servingware in my home for this video.
To find your own Annieglass pieces to make your Shabbos table special check out their website: https://annieglass.com/
It’s the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year! For the High Holidays this year I’m sharing 10 Facts about Rosh Hashanah. Shanah Tovah 2019!
This delicious rainbow challah recipe tutorial is easy and delicious, it’s a fun creative Shabbat activity to do with kids or even something to surprise and delight any of your Shabbat guests and family.
This recipe for pressed edible flower sugar cookies is delicious and perfect for Shabbat. They’re actually quite simple to make and allow for you to be really creative! I hope you love this kosher Shabbat dessert recipe!
I had never seen cookies like this before until they magically popped up on my Pinterest feed and my first thought was how perfect they are for Shabbat. Shabbat is the day of rest that comes after the creation of the natural world, so to me incorporating the most beautiful elements of nature into the enjoyment of Shabbat is meaningful.
Here’s a quick snapshot of the recipe so you can make it in your home and to see my tips and tricks on how I do it check out the video. This is episode six of my Summer Shabbat series on my YouTube channel!
1 cup butter (softened) – use margarine for pareve recipe
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
2 cups flour
Preheat oven to 350F. Combine butter and sugar. Add in vanilla and then flour and mix until dough forms. Cut circles, press flowers. Bake for 10-12 minutes