During the first days of November, I begin to travel into my “Thanksgiving mode.” Before I ever dreamt about becoming a rabbi, this meant trying to transform the day into something more for my...
Food rituals reflect different facets of Judaism – some tie me closer to God, some to Torah and some to my people.
It left a sour taste in my mouth to know that my food could be technically kosher but have unjust origins. I wanted another dimension for my brakhah.
High Holidays, Sukkot, Thanksgiving … food is at the heart of our collective experience now. But for some, insecurity is also a given.
You’ve shared a multitude of ideas that can help us celebrate joys, heal sorrows, and wash away difficulties.