With this week’s double parshios, Matos-Masei, we once again close the turbulent book of Bamidbar.
We have journeyed with the Israelites as they departed - triumphant - from Har Sinai and prepared for their entry into t
This is a super easy dish to prepare, the color of the chicken is gorgeous, and the flavor is superb. I recently made it for Shabbos, and used boneless dark meat, skin-on, chicken bottoms (which they call “capon chicke
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Pinchas, the Torah details the different korbanos (sacrificial offerings) to brought on the various holy days. In regard to the korbanos brought on Rosh Chodesh - the beginning of the new
This is a delicious dish, healthy, full of flavor, carb-free, and a great replacement to the calorie laden traditional cabbage-with-noodles side dish.
I served it with dinner one night last week, and everyone enjoyed it -
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Balak, Balak, king of Moav, hires Bilaam, a prophet from the nations of the world, to curse the Jews, who seem to have spread over the eye of the land as they approach Eretz Yisrael.
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Chukas, we learn of the death of righteous Miriam, the prophetess and leader of the women; we learn of the death of peaceful, loving Aharon ha’Kohen, high atop Hor Ha’Hor; and we learn
My mother gave me this recipe years ago, which a friend had passed along to her years before that. I have since shared the recipe with others, and the feedback is always great.
This is a perfect side dish for an anyti
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Korach, under the direction and persuasion of Korach, a first cousin of Moshe and Aharon, the elite of the nation stage a rebellion against the leadership of Moshe and Aharon. “Is not t
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Shelach, we learn of the tragic sin of the scouts sent to tour the Land of Israel and bring back a report to the Israelites camped in the desert wilderness. What is the land like, Moshe i
At the end of this week’s parsha, Parshas Beha’alos’cha, the Torah tells us that Miriam and Aharon spoke about their brother Moshe, in regard to the wife he took (and that he subsequently separated from, by instructi