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Y. Honig
Hasty but Tasty
Add some just-as-easy new ideas into your schedule to keep your family fed and happy, but never bored
Mishpacha Staff
Hasty but Tasty
Take the time to prepare yourself some quick, pick-me-up breakfasts and lunches
Mishpacha Staff
Pesach Cleaning in Minutes
According to Mrs. Weinberg, I couldn’t do anything right in the classroom. How would I survive my second year of teaching with her daughter in my class? Girls, pack up. It’s time to go home,” I said with a smile. “I will choose the winners tomorrow.” Thirty faces nodded up and down in excitement. My
Yael Wiesner
Pesach Cleaning in Minutes
According to Mrs. Weinberg, I couldn’t do anything right in the classroom. How would I survive my second year of teaching with her daughter in my class? Girls, pack up. It’s time to go home,” I said with a smile. “I will choose the winners tomorrow.” Thirty faces nodded up and down in excitement. My
Yael Wiesner
Treeo
Crispy crust. Spicy sauce.  Gooey cheese oozing over the sides in long, melty strings.  Do you think that there’s nothing like the first bite of a fresh, hot slice of pizza? You’re not alone!
Shoshana Gross
Treeo
Kivi sticks out his lip. “I hope there’s a tornado. And a tsunami”
Bashie Lisker
Nightmare Come True
A day of rejoicing and unity, when families celebrate their shared heritage, became a day of horrific loss and unfathomable mourning
Mishpacha Contributors
Nightmare Come True
Will we succeed in landing a decisive blow against our enemies, and what would an ultimate victory in Gaza look like? Three former National Security Council advisors, and former UN Ambassador Danny Danon, share their views
Binyamin Rose
Silent Heroes
"Yes, it’s all true, and this is what makes yeshivah cooks heroes. But Zev is the leader of them all”
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Silent Heroes
In my heart of hearts, I was envious of each of them. They were touching souls and elevating spirits
Yocheved Kreps
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According to Mrs. Weinberg, I couldn’t do anything right in the classroom. How would I survive my second year of teaching with her daughter in my class?

By Y. Honig