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Latest tastes like shabbos
tastes like shabbos
Family Table Readers
tastes like shabbos
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
tastes like shabbos
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
tastes like shabbos
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
tastes like shabbos
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
EndNote
There’s always a story behind the songs that connect us to our own Pesach experience
Riki Goldstein
Fiction
I don’t want to get involved — but I need to
Esty Heller
Day of Reckoning
We can only begin to decipher the disturbing scenes of Wednesday’s lethal raid on the Capitol by asking the right questions: What allowed these events to morph from the unthinkable to reality?
Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky
Day of Reckoning
How do police, entrusted with crowd control, make their split-second decisions in the face of a violent rioting mob? Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Patrol Lieutenant Steve Riback shares some of the behind-the scenes training protocol and other tools to keep the fear away and his colleagues safe
Margie Pensak
This Way That Way
All the benefits of a classic roast with flavors that make it fresh and current.
FamilyTable Contributors
This Way That Way
There’s nothing like starting off the day with a cold glass of freshly squeezed OJ, but the practical applications of orange juice go far beyond the beverage
FamilyTable Contributors
Afterwords
Bircas Hatov V’hameitiv
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
Afterwords
Even at times of joy, there is a gaping hole in our landscape
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
Outside Chance
Chaim picked up his laffa, then put it down. He seemed to be thinking. “I don’t remember ever making a conscious choice in my life”
Esther Kurtz
Outside Chance
My breath caught in my throat. Every time I let myself picture that awful moment, I felt first-trimester nausea
Esther Kurtz
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tastes like shabbos

Rebbetzin Frieda Halberstam (née Rubin) was born and raised in Poland, and spent five bitter cold and difficult years in Siberia during World War II. Even in Siberia, she did everything she could to avoid working on Shabbos. Frieda lost her father and some of her siblings in the war. After the war, she and

By Sarah Faygie Berkowitz

tastes like shabbos

Photo Credit: Baila Rochel Leiner “At the center of a home filled with chesed and love, our mother, Rebbetzin Miriam Belsky, stood side by side with our father, Rav Chaim Yisroel Belsky ztz”l, in his communal work drawing talmidim and others close to Hashem,” says their eldest daughter Sarah Hindy Gross. “It’s hard to talk

By Sarah Faygie Berkowitz

tastes like shabbos

Rebbetzin Shulamit Bitton-Blau, as remembered by her children and grandchildren Maybe it was because she was an only child, born under miraculous circumstances to her holy parents, Rav Shimon and Beya Cohen, that led to a lifelong joie de vivre for Rebbetzin Shulamit Bitton-Blau. Perhaps it was the massive and beautiful Birkas Kohanim endowed on

By Sarah Faygie Berkowitz

tastes like shabbos

There was a feeling of peace, serenity, and holiness. That’s what the guest saw that night, and what family and visitors experienced every Shabbos.

By Sarah Faygie Berkowitz

tastes like shabbos

My mother wasn’t a natural in the kitchen, and possibly, she would have rather been elsewhere.

By Chanie Nayman and Rebbetzin Faigie Horowitz