From My Table
I saw this trend floating around during the 2020 Covid creative cooking period, and I remembered it now because I thought it would be a fun thing to fry over Chanukah.

By Chanie Nayman

This Way That Way
This popular ingredient in Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine has a richer and nuttier taste, adding its own distinct twist to any dish

By Family Table Contributors

This is one of those dishes that will be enjoyed by adults and children alike, guaranteed!

By Rivky Kleiman

A doughnut cake that tastes delicious, with the white glaze and sprinkles, and is filled just like a jelly doughnut

By Brynie Greisman

I used butternut squash as opposed to potatoes in these latkes because it packs a punch of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants

By Brynie Greisman

Cooks Compete
Here are three incredible recipes that are sure to help cultivate that special Chanukah ambiance on any (or all) of the eight nights. Happy frying!

By Family Table Readers

Outside it’s cold and wintery, and that allows for the indoors to become the place where we want to be, surrounded by our family and friends, celebrating eternal traditions togeth ...

By Malky Gestetner

Fun, exciting, creative, and interactive activities are really what makes a party. Here are a variety of ideas to help make your Chanukah memorable!

By Esther Ottensoser

Second Thoughts
It is precisely our fealty to mitzvos outside our natural comfort zone that defines us as Jews

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman

Family First Serial
“If we were to listen to the soul, not of you or me, but of this time, these months and days, what would we hear?” he asks

By Leah Gebber

Total greatness doesn’t tolerate a discrepancy between public persona and private reality

By Gedalia Guttentag

The Midrash connects Reuven’s rescue of Yosef and the Chanukah miracle of the pure oil

By Faigy Peritzman

Open Mic
I’m going to answer the question that has been at the forefront of our communal consciousness for decades 

By Gitty Perl

Magazine Feature
It wasn’t just Kingsbury, London that transformed under Rabbi Maurice Hool’s leadership; his vision affected the wider Anglo-Jewish community

By Riki Goldstein