This booklet is a guide through the why and how of bringing Shabbat to your home and table. It includes all the blessings traditionally said at the table with candles, wine and the braided bread called challah.
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The customary salutation on Rosh Hashanah is “happy New Year,” which is literally expressed as “a good year.” It’s written out in English letters as “shanah tovah” or “l’shanah tovah.” For more greetings, please visit our Jewish Greetings Cheat Sheet.