From My Table
The theme in my house is “last licks of summer,” both on the grill and patchkeh’ing with all kinds of ingredients from the pantry. If you like salty-sweet, you’ll like this!

By Chanie Nayman

This Way That Way

By Family Table Contributors

Everything is better with beef fry, especially when it’s candied and tossed into a spectacular salad

By Rivky Kleiman

This fabulous marinade is very versatile and will work on almost any piece of meat

By Rivky Kleiman

Pantry Makes Perfect

By Faigy Grossmann

Man With a Pan
I don’t do side dishes — could I dish up enough for two more families anyway?

By Joe Blumenthal

Off the Eaten Path
France is very northerly on the globe; that meant Shabbos was over very late...that gave us lots of time to rest, eat, rest, read, rest, eat, and walk around

By Naomi Nachman and Noemi Levy

“Mona Lisa. You’ve never heard of it? The most famous portrait painting in the world, by Leonardo da Vinci"

By Rochel Samet

The Moment
An investigation will be launched to determine the cause for the pilots’ flighty fatigue, but we have some ideas of our own

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

On Site
A committed cadre climbs Kilimanjaro while never missing a minyan

By Sandy Eller

Standing Ovation
Some of today’s popular Jewish performers share the camp memories that sparked their own dreams

By Dovid Nachman Golding

Here in our subculture of the frum publishing world, we’ve developed uniquely frum brands of clichéd characters and scenarios

By Shoshana Friedman

The Conversation Continues
Our shidduch stats generated a great deal of discussion. Savvy singles and seasoned shadchanim offer their insights into the process

By Family First Contributors