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The minute the weather turned permanently colder, with no chance of more warm, short-sleeve days, my mother would make a huge pot of spaghetti sauce with what seemed like hundreds of meatballs. I … more
It has always been important for Jews to write recipes and serve our grandmothers’ precious treats to our own children. Jewish foods are part of our mesorah, our historic oral tradition. But … more
Kristin Eriko Posner recalls feeling torn right before she finalized her conversion to Judaism. Though she felt an affinity to the religion from a young age and was eager to embrace … more
When a gunman entered The Tree of Life Congregation and killed 11 worshippers on Saturday, he also struck at the heart of Pittsburgh’s Jewish community — the neighborhood of Squirrel … more
JERUSALEM — As our train hurtled through the tunnel — my ears popping on the descent — and then burst into sunlight that was bathing fields and rocky hills, I finally let myself … more
My wife and I recently had lunch with a longtime friend, Fortuna Calvo Roth. Fortuna is an award-winning journalist with an amazing list of accomplishments. She was recently honored by the … more
Our parasha relates the deaths of one of history’s most spiritually dynamic couples, Sarah and Avraham: “And Sarah died in Kiriath Arba, which is Hebron, in the land of Canaan, and … more
As I sit here writing this article for Sukkot, I find it hard to believe that Sukkot is already here. It seems like it’s been just a few months since the sukkah was stored away. Oh, wait, it … more
No, I haven’t retired! I had a busy few weeks, but now I’m back. Sukkot was great: I had my kids, my adorable granddaughter Arielle, and my granddogs Murphy and Penny, along with … more
Two weeks ago, Jerry’s daughter Jordana (yes, we each have a daughter named Jordana) gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Adel Mattel Sara (Mattel was Jerry’s mom’s name). When the … more
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