An overview of Kosher Nation by Sue Fishkoff, published by Schocken Books.
Pictures of my 2010 Sukkot sukkah
What is Yom Kippur? Why do we fast and seek atonement? What is the deeper meaning of this Jewish holiday?
Learn to make roasted peppers stuffed with goat cheese, topped with sesame seeds and fresh herbs.
The Louvre is closed, so is Versailles… but Le Train de Vie is open, ready to serve us Ashkenazi delights and copious amounts of klezmer music.
Couscous at Chez Bebert, kosher eats at Deloren, and a meal to remember at La Coupole.
A poem from Emma Lazarus, one of the first successful Jewish American writers.
A Manhattan deli tour to find the best knish in New York City.
A candid post about my conversion to Judaism and what it meant to me spiritually.
Shabbat is the holiest day of the Jewish week. It’s a chance to pause, reflect, and reconnect.
Discussing the word shiksa, the definition, the modern context, and reclaiming the word in order to redefine it.