From My Table
With a full week of Chol Hamoed, we have plenty of time for extracurricular activities. I don’t know about your house, but in mine, this often centers around the kitchen.

By Chanie Nayman

A Heaping Scoop
Having a Chol Hamoed BBQ?

By Family Table Contributors

Try it — it really tastes like techinah. I even had my family fooled!

By Chavi Feldman

The lemon slices give this dish a superb and refreshing taste.

By Faigy Grossman

This recipe went viral during the pandemic, and I thought it would be perfect for Pesach if you substitute the rice for cauliflower!

By Naomi Nachman

Go out for your Chol Hamoed trip, and dinner will be ready for you

By Naomi Nachman

Hosting can be overwhelming. I can plan everything to a t, but real life gets in the way and the results can be disappointing

By Sarah Massry

tastes like shabbos
She never involved herself in how much other people kept or followed — she loved and accepted them all the same, with no judgment

By Sarah Faygie Berkowitz

The Search: Pesach 5782
Nine writers recount their search — and what they found

By B. Mark

Rav Yaakov Kamenetsky: "To stick to one’s principles is indeed praiseworthy. But to know when to break them is gadlus!”

By Mishpacha Readers

A Healthier You
Fever isn’t a sickness, like strep throat or an ear infection. A raised body temperature is only a symptom

By Chaya Rosen

“I did everything right,” she whispers at last. I believe her, I really do. Except for one giant, glaring detail: She chose to marry him

By Ariella Schiller

Family First Inbox
"Care, and daven, for those you know who are still waiting. They yearn for these blessings more than you can ever know"

By Family First Readers

The Moment
"What did the Rosh Yeshivah have to give up to stay and learn Torah?"

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz