Havdalah is the Jewish religious ceremony that marks the end of Shabbat and ushers in the new week. The rituals
Ring in spring this Shabbat with these delicious challah recipes featuring spring vegetables. These Cilantro Scallion Challah Rolls from Joy
Purim is a joyous holiday meant for partying, and we love the silly and sometimes zany touches people add to
Purim is coming up soon and there are lots of dishes one can bake besides hamantaschen to celebrate the holiday.
In honor of Shabbat and Valentine’s day, here are some heart-shaped challahs that you can make to recognize both holidays.
Looking for information or guidelines for Shabbat and/or Havdalah? Whether you’ve never celebrated either before and are looking to start,
In honor of World Nutella Day, here is a round up of some of our favorite recipes, including one for
Sometimes one glass of Manischewitz on Shabbat is enough. But you’ve opened that bottle and don’t want to toss the
Resolved to start celebrating Shabbat this year? Get some great tips and advice from The Modern Jewish Mom’s Guide to
Maybe one of your New Year’s resolutions is to simplify more in your life, or perhaps to cook more homemade
If you have houseguests staying with you over vacation week, make Shabbat easier for yourself and pick up store-bought challah.
Traveling over the holidays? Don’t miss Shabbat with this handy candle-lighting calculator from Chabad. Just plug in a city or
It’s Friday, and that means it’s a challah-day! And since we dig the challah puns, we had to feature Challywood Challahs this
Here is something we had never seen before – a kiddush fountain! This impressive piece would look stunning on any
Hanukkah begins in less than two weeks and the third night overlaps with Shabbat. In case you’re looking for a
It’s Friday and that means time for challah! With the weather turning cold, we are thinking about warmer climates and
If you are looking for a healthier challah option this Shabbat, here is a great recipe for Honey Whole Wheat
Wondering if it’s a Jewish holiday? There are lots of them – some kind of obscure. If you’re not sure