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Rivky Kleiman
Recipes
Sima Kazarnovsky
A Heaping Scoop
FamilyTable Contributors
Pantry Makes Perfect
Faigy Grossmann
Recipes
Rivky Kleiman
Incredible Lab
Watch Yochanan Ghoori's homemade tornado!
Yochanan Ghoori
Incredible Lab
Use colored Chanukah oil and some spinning power to create your own tornado vortex
Yochanan Ghoori
Musings
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Brochie Wolfson
Family Tempo
New husband. New baby. So why did she want to run home?
Ariella Schiller
Fiction
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Gila Arnold
Fiction
Tamar's life felt all wrong. Did the Sorting Sheitel make a mistake?
Gila Arnold
Club Jr.
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Jr. Contributors
Club Jr.
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Jr. Contributors
Tribute
Mourning Reb Uri Mandelbaum, legendary principal of the Philadelphia Yeshivah
Rabbi Henoch Plotnik
Magazine Feature
A final conversation with the Gaavad, Rav Yitzchok Tovia Weiss
Aryeh Ehrlich
On Site
Watch: Follow Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz on a virtual tour around the sites at Caesarea!
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Feature Videos
Follow Rabbi Schwartz around Tzipori and hear the amazing stories from the time of the mishna and gemara
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Family First Feature
I was engaged when I discovered that I was a carrier of the BRCA gene
Erin Stiebel
Family First Feature
My hyperemesis gravidarum was unbearable. Then I found a path through the darkness
Tali Edelstein
LifeLines
The brother we knew was never coming back
C. Saphir
On Site
Finding the essence of prayer in a Jerusalem wadi
Shoshana Friedman
Impressions
But then there are the gifts that don’t fit into shoeboxes, or shelves, or even albums
F. Jakabovits
The Moment
From 1958 until his passing in 1991, Rav Ezriel Yehuda Leibowitz led the American Vienner kehillah
Mishpacha Staff
For the Record
Dr. Birnbaum’s continued search led him to Orthodox Judaism
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
For the Record
The Lomza Rosh Yeshivah, Rav Yechiel Mordechai Gordon, spent more than 15 years in the United States fundraising
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
EndNote
"Whenever Pharaoh knocks at my door, I sing the song to remind myself that I’ve got a little bit of Moses in me, too”
Riki Goldstein
EndNote
Aharon Berk lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he learns in kollel and is a featured wedding and events singer
Riki Goldstein
Money Talks
Exclusive bonus podcast episode with Kosher Money's Eli Langer, featuring Naftali Horowitz
Mishpacha Contributors
Feature Videos
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Yisroel Besser
2.0 Feature
Robert Shemin believes anyone can corner the market, and participants of his course are sold
Barbara Bensoussan
Job Search
Physical therapists diagnose and treat patients whose function and movement are limited due to illness, injury, weakness, or other causes
Gila Arnold
Halachah
Real minhagim have a halachic power whereas a made-up practice does not 
Rabbi Doniel Neustadt
Parshah
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Faigy Peritzman
Feature Videos
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Feature Videos
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Podcast: The Builders
The Builders: Rav Yosef Shlomo Kahaneman
Gedalia Guttentag and Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Galinsky
Podcast: The Builders
New Podcast: The Builders: Rav Aharon Kotler
Gedalia Guttentag and Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Galinsky
Knesset Channel
In this campaign, there were no rabbits pulled out of hats; the battle plan was carefully plotted from beginning to end
Avi Blum, ESQ
What forces and trends influenced Israeli voters to kick out the left and ride a center-right, or red wave into power?
Binyamin Rose
Perspective
Our community does not have a unique problem, but we are small enough that we can create unique solutions
Rabbi Yisrael Motzen
Text Messages
He is King and it’s His Will and Word, not ours, that is the very definition of truth
Eytan Kobre
Counter Point
"When parents stop sacrificing their children upon the altars of self-image, we will have students who feel valued by, and love for, the systems they are in"
Mishpacha Readers
Perspective
If you want to take advantage of Eretz Yisrael, don’t bring America with you
Yosef Herz
Family Room
In the vast world of online furniture shopping, our contributors share their favorite rapid-fire tips to minimize the overwhelm.
Family Room Contributors
Family Room
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Rivki Rabinowitz
The Current
As Israeli-made offensive cyber-tech from the NSO Group is revealed to have targeted world leaders, will Israel’s own edge be blunted by foreign-sales restrictions?
Eliezer Shulman
A Few Minutes With
"Iron Dome was something that people thought was impossible"
Gedalia Guttentag
Flashback
“Shalom is the first priority”
Azriela Jaffe
Flashback
The easiest way to shower attention within the family
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Feature Videos
The next chapter of Yossi Green's musical journey!
Yisroel Besser
Feature Videos
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Yisroel Besser
The Day After
An expert panel featuring Rabbi Menachem Karmel, Rabbi Zvi Bender and Rabbi Ari Schonfeld, moderated by Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan WATCH / LISTEN TO THE PANEL HERE
Mishpacha Contributors
The Day After
An expert panel featuring Rabbi David Ozeri, Dr. Eli Shapiro, and Mrs. Aliza Feder, moderated by Mr. Alex Paskie WATCH / LISTEN TO THE PANEL HERE
Mishpacha Contributors
Match Quest
Important note: You can gauge that far more accurately from what she does than from what she says
Sara Eisemann
Family First Feature
Common ways daters self-sabotage—and strategies to get past the hurdles
Rosie Einhorn and Sherry Zimmerman
Halachah
Keep, toss, save, sell: A Pesach cleaning primer
Rabbi Doniel Neustadt
Magazine Feature
Can thousands of Breslovers fuse spirituality with safety in the heart of Ukraine?
Ben Horodenker
Magazine Feature
Mile by mile, tweet by tweet, Rabbi Mendy Chitrik traipses through Turkey on the ultimate back-to-roots Jewish journey
Yochonon Donn
On Site
Sometimes to have a great trip, all you need is a Tanach
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
The Moment
"What does Hashem want from us? He doesn’t want from us. He wants us"
Mishpacha Staff
The Moment
"He looks like he did ten years ago and twenty years ago too…”
Mishpacha Staff
Family First Feature
Here are step-by-step instructions to bring paint night to your home
Sarah Esral
Game On!
You can pull out an old game from the basement — but why not play one of these creative, curated games for even more fun?
Chanie Nayman
Feature Videos
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Yisroel Besser
Feature Videos
Food and prop styling by Shiri Feldman Photography by Felicia Perretti This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed! SERVES 4–6 1½–2 lbs (680–910 g) thin chicken cutlets ¼ cup Italian dressing, divided Sauce Mixture ¼ cup pareve whipping cream or pareve milk ¼ cup chicken broth
Yisroel Besser
More Food
Cooks Compete
Here are three incredible recipes that are sure to help cultivate that special Chanukah ambiance on any (or all) of the eight nights. Happy frying!
Family Table Readers
Jr. Feature
Here are a bunch of awesome inventions that could have, — should have — changed the world forever, but didn’t
Sivi Sekula
From My Table
I saw this trend floating around during the 2020 Covid creative cooking period, and I remembered it now because I thought it would be a fun thing to fry over Chanukah.
Chanie Nayman
Recipes
A doughnut cake that tastes delicious, with the white glaze and sprinkles, and is filled just like a jelly doughnut
Brynie Greisman
TableScapes
Outside it’s cold and wintery, and that allows for the indoors to become the place where we want to be, surrounded by our family and friends, celebrating eternal traditions togeth ...
Malky Gestetner
This Way That Way
This popular ingredient in Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine has a richer and nuttier taste, adding its own distinct twist to any dish
FamilyTable Contributors