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the Places You'll Go
When cabin fever hits, some of the most surprising excursions aren’t too far from your own backyard
Zivia Reischer
the Places You'll Go
When cabin fever hits, some of the most surprising excursions aren’t too far from your own backyard
Riki Goldstein
School Daze
I feel so yucky when I go along with Vori’s shenanigans and it’s super embarrassing when we get caught
Perel Stone
School Daze
“Atara Tratner. I’m surprised at you. I’m sure your mother isn’t going to be happy to hear about this”
Perel Stone
Podcast: Ask Sarah Chana
LISTEN: How can we hold on to the positive aspects of the quarantine existence?
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Podcast: Ask Sarah Chana
A mother asks Sarah Chana how to react when her defiant teen refuses to comply with the community lockdown.
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
The Current
An entire shattered community is grieving for a family whose entire life was a constant kiddush Hashem
Yaakov Lipszyc
The Rose Report
How will recent rulings impact America?
Binyamin Rose
Impressions
Families had been decimated. So whom do you socialize with? Neighbors and fellow mispallelim filled the slot
Rabbi Mayer Weinberger
Impressions
Sometimes we actually merit to feel our ancestors hovering over us as they guide us through life
Yitzchak Meyer Twersky
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Photo Credit: Saraizel Senderovits When Chanie asked me to write about oatmeal cookies this month, I was a bit stumped. Soon after starting this column, I came up with an oatmeal cookie that was really well received… So what could I do different this time? When I mentioned the assignment to my talented photographer Saraizel,

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Ahhh, Chanukah, the season of fried everything! With eight days and nights to sample every flavor of doughnut, at some point you too may be ready for a change. And while I’m not giving up on doughnuts just yet, I was looking for a lighter option. For many years I’ve been seeing different versions of

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Photo Credit: Saraizel Senderovits When I got married, my sister presented me with a box of recipes that she had gathered from my family members. Included was a marble cake from my sister-in-law Raizy. This marble cake has been a favorite for over 20 years. It’s simple to make — no separating eggs! — uses

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Photo Credit: Saraizel Senderovits I’ve been making Estee Kafra’s water challah exclusively for the last few years. It’s light, airy, and has never failed me. In an effort to eat healthier, however, I wanted to try switching to spelt challah. I figured I’d start with the same recipe and tweak it as needed — but

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Photo Credit: Saraizel Senderovits Oh, the joy of finding the perfect Pesach cake!This one is simple tomake and holds up beautifully. Instead of finding a variety of successful recipes, I prefer to work with one basic recipe and change up the flavors. YIELDS 1 TUBE PAN 7 eggs, separated,room temperature 1 whole egg, room temperature

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Photo Credit: Saraizel Senderovits Purim is coming, and — following our age-old tradition — we will be eating hamantaschen. Now, while hamantaschen have not gone out of style, prune and poppy filling just may have. Today you can find hamantaschen in more flavors than Baskin-Robbins’ ice cream! If there’s a flavor you can dream of,

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