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Make Her Day
We asked: Do you know someone whose life needs brightening? We gave you $100. And you made her day
Make Her Day
We gave them $100. They made someone’s day. 9 stories
Ariella Schiller
Family Room Feature
Mood boards to inspire your bathroom updates, from small to large, black to white — and all the colors in between
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Family Room Feature
Foundational concepts when considering a bathroom refresh
Yali Katz
No Food Left Behind
Try these Zucchini Almond Cookies for a fun breakfast or snack
Beth Warren
No Food Left Behind
These Seedfull Energy Balls pack a balanced combination of protein and fiber, helping to keep you full and satisfied.
Beth Warren
Unlock Your Heart
Awash in questions, drowning in doubt, we're still cherished
Faigie Zelcer and Leah Gebber
Unlock Your Heart
How can we find a pathway into the Yamim Noraim with this mixture of guilt, fear, and paralysis?
Faigie Zelcer and Leah Gebber
Family Diary
I felt my shoulders lift when she spoke. I had the Rebbetzin’s brachah — and assurance — that I’d go far
Musia Slavin and Rechama Jaffa
Family Diary
"You’re going to go bankrupt one day because you don’t know how to treat your customers"
Musia Slavin and Rechama Jaffa
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Leek, a root vegetable similar to an onion, has a mild, sweet, onion-like flavor with a long and rich history. With their sweet yet allium-family taste, leeks are a wonderful accompaniment to heavier vegetables, like potatoes, and they shine on their own in a multitude of preparations. Here we showcase some of the best ways

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Zucchini, whose name originates from the Italian word for “squash,” has seen a resurgence in popularity in the past few years. Popping up as a pasta alternative, a summery twist on conventional salad, or steamed, cooked, or baked, zucchini is mild in flavor, taking on the taste of the seasonings it’s paired with. Here are

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Some call it the humble protein. We call it the barbecue hero. Chicken is easy to prepare, diverse in flavor, and a great last-minute foundational item to add to your summer meals. Here are some of our favorite marinades: the delicious factor is a 10 out of 10, the seasonings can be prepared far in

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Cinnamon is one of the most commonly used spices, found in countless sweet baked goods and even in savory ones. With its vast health benefits and recipe-enhancing flavor profile, cinnamon will remain a staple for as long as we can predict. In the mood of baking? Here are our suggestions. Sugar and Spice Cinnamon Bark

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Tuna is one of the most consumed species of fish around the world. Of late, we’ve been seeing a resurgence of recipes that include seared or raw preparations, while tuna salad remains a household staple. Here are some of the ways we enjoy preparing it! Fishy Facts Matter of Size Largest ever recorded specimen of

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Pizza dough is not only the delicious foundation of one of the world’s favorite foods — it’s also a delicious bread-style base for many diverse foods. Here are some of our staff’s top pizza dough picks.   Mamma Mia First Licks Gennaro Lombardi, who immigrated to the US from Naples, Italy, is credited with starting

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