Good Enough to Eat (In!)

Sukkot begins on the evening of Wednesday, September 18th. Here are instructions to make a fun and easy edible sukkah to decorate (and eat in) your sukkah, or just to celebrate the holiday. You probably have most of these ingredients…

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Get In a Jam

Etrog jam is a yummy treat to enjoy during Sukkot when etrogs are plentiful, or afterwards when you're looking for uses for them. Here is an etrog jam recipe from Food.com that looks delicious and should keep for a long…

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8 Days of Peace and Thanks!

Here is a great Sukkot poster in the spirit of the original Woodstock posters. The artist created the poster as a "graphics experiment" after comparing the similarities between the two events and what they both symbolize in our society. Music,…

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Hold on to that Etrog!

Wondering what to do with your etrogs after Sukkot? Don't toss that expensive fruit! This article from the Tablet about Jewish customs incorporating etrogs gives an interesting overview of the many uses of etrogs throughout history. One of our favorite…

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Everything Sukkot

For those hard-to-find Sukkot items, or really, just to learn what Sukkot is exactly, look no further then World of Judaica. They can fill all of your Sukkot needs, as well as give a brief overview of why we celebrate…

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