From My Table
Hear me out; the warmth, the scents, and the soft rolling boil of a simmering soup is a simple luxury.

By Chanie Nayman

This Way That Way
Although it’s certainly a traditional food, there are so many non-traditional ways to prepare it.
My mother used to make this when I was growing up. It’s a cross between a Sephardi salmon recipe and Ashkenazi gefilte fish.

By Naomi Nachman

This fish is a Shabbos staple in my house. I make it every week.

By Chanie Apfelbaum

It’s so easy and delicious that it’s become part of our regular rotation.

By Chaya Baila Leiber

Bursting with flavor, satisfying and versatile... French onion soup and meatballs will certainly not disappoint!

By Rivky Kleiman

I had a vision: If we enjoy a good chili, why not attempt a chili soup? I tried it and loved it. A new family fave was born!

By Rivky Kleiman

Everyone loves a classic cream of mushroom soup. Elevate it with roasted garlic, leeks, and shallots, and it enters a league of its own!

By Rivky Kleiman

True Account
It soon became clear that the sentiment was mutual. If Yaakov wasn’t eager to return to his family, they weren’t eager to have him back

By Shimon Breitkopf

There’s nothing as satisfying as a hearty bowl of vegetable soup. With this recipe I took out any guesswork. Your soup will come out perfect every time, guaranteed.

By Rivky Kleiman

"One niggun that gets requested night after night and never gets boring is the 'Berdichever Niggun,' made famous by Shlomo Carlebach"

By Riki Goldstein

Man With a Pan
My wife’s got her hands full, and I love to take over at the stove. Here’s what I do.

By Chaim Gold

Open Mic
One’s political leaning has often gone far, far beyond mere political preference, with the assumption that every frum person must share the same politics

By Avraham Daniels

Family Diary
“I totally don’t do that, ever. I never even let the boy buy a drink for me”

By Shani Leiman