By Robin Schwartz
If you are committed to keeping kosher and your family is committed to you cooking something perfectly delicious and yet somehow healthful, this is your cookbook.
Everything you wanted to know about the weekly celebration of Shabbat (and Havdalah) in one place.
Some of our favorite holiday articles from the LGBT archives of InterfaithFamily.com.
By Ellen Scolnic
An introduction to the holiday of Sukkot, including the temporary dwellings built for the festival, the role of guests, and activities for the whole family.
A look at the temporary dwellings or huts built for the Jewish festival of Sukkot. What they are, how to build them and more!
By Benjamin A. Maron
In recent conversations about the current holiday of Sukkot, I've heard a common theme: People understand that we build a hut, known as a sukkah, and that we shake four species, known as lulav and etrog, but they want to know why. "I get that it's a harvest thing but..." is a trailing thought I've heard articulated repeatedly. So, before the holiday comes to a close, here's my guide to the less commonly known aspects of Sukkot.
A video demonstrating how to say the blessing over the wine.
Information on interfaith Tu Bishvat, the New Year for Trees, environmental Judaism, seders for intermarried families and more.
By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
Haggadahs for Tu Bishvat, aimed at little kids, children, and teens / adults.
A resource booklet explaining the holiday of Purim, its customs and traditions.