Topic Tags: Sephardi

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“Blessed is the light of hope, the light that leads us to a vision of a better world”

Humanistic Hanukkah Blessings

Mizrachi-Sephardi recipes, blessings & kavannot for 5781

Blessed You’ll Be: Mizrachi Rituals & Recipes for 5781

A traditional Sephardic blessing for a girl

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Sephardic traditions imbuing food with meaning

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For optional incorporation into a baby naming ceremony

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The biblical foundation of the centuries-old Sephardic tradition for welcoming a newborn girl
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Abbreivated grace after meals based on Brachot 40b, music by Rabbi Shefa Gold

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A seder based on Sephardic tradition and form for welcoming the spiritual matriarchs and patriarchs to the sukkah

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A women’s tradition, followed largely in the Sephardic community, that provides a tasty counterpoint to the traditional male liturgy of the High Holidays. It also provides an opportunity for celebrating Jewish women’s relationship to food as a historic source of creativity and spirituality.

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Sephardic recipes for Rosh Hashanah and blessings for special foods for the holiday

Rosh Hashanah Recipes

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