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There is nothing like a beautiful simcha to make the winter warm and wonderful. We live for these celebrations. No matter the weather, the freezing temperatures, the snow and ice, we make them … more
Roasting vegetables is one of the easiest ways to prepare vegetables, not to mention the most delicious. Roasting at a high heat caramelizes veggies, creating an amazing depth of flavor and natural … more
Joseph Bistritzky, son of a rabbi known for owning an iconic kosher deli on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, now owns the six-store Seasons supermarket chain, along with his family and a group of … more
Mushrooms are one of my favorite foods. They’re an irresistible source of extraordinary flavors, textures, and aromas, and can be baked, fried, sautéed, mixed with meat, chicken, … more
In one of the opening statements of his essay “The Lonely Man of Faith,” Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik writes, “The nature of the dilemma can be stated in a three-word sentence. I am lonely.” … more
Many years ago, long before we founded Yeshivat Orayta, I was privileged to direct a program called Isralight, which was what some would call a kiruv, or outreach, program. The students, mostly … more
I’m old school. My social media is limited. I’m on Facebook, but I’m not that active. While I have met some interesting people on Facebook, it is rare for me to really follow … more
One evening about 30 years ago, my girlfriend, who is now my wife, returned to her small flat in London with her eyes swollen with tears, and the backs of her knees and thighs covered in painful … more
This week’s Torah portion describes the “fundraising campaign” of the ancient Israelites in connection with building the Mishkan, the temporary sanctuary while they were in the … more
Our parasha, Terumah, focuses upon the mitzvah of constructing the Mishkan (portable desert Sanctuary). The verse that conveys this commandment is found early on in our Torah reading: “And … more
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