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Shabbat and Other Holidays

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    Beyond the Lulav and the Etrog

    By Jane Larkin

    She didn't celebrate Sukkot growing up, but it's just perfect for her young interfaith family to express gratitude for their garden and nature.

    Date: 09-29-2009

    Jewish Food Cheat Sheet

    By InterfaithFamily

    An alphabetic listing of Jewish dishes and food-related terms to help people new to Jewish families to figure out what's on the table.

    Date: 08-07-2009

    Understanding Jewish Food Traditions

    By InterfaithFamily

    An overview of Jewish foodways, including an introduction to keeping kosher, the role of Shabbat and the impact of immigration.

    Date: 08-06-2009

    Shabbat and Other Holidays

    Information for interfaith families on Shabbat, Sukkot, Shavuot, Tu Bishvat and other Jewish holidays that might be new to you.

    Date: 07-10-2009

    Shavuot: Days of Cheese and Roses

    By Ruth Abrams

    Shavuot is a great holiday for interfaith families. We have some ideas for how to celebrate and what to eat.

    Date: 05-26-2009

    Guide to Shabbat Additional Resources

    By InterfaithFamily

    Part of the Guide to Shabbat for Interfaith Families.

    Date: 05-21-2009

    Shabbat in the Synagogue

    By InterfaithFamily

    Part of the Guide to Shabbat for Interfaith Families.

    Date: 05-20-2009

    How You Can Make Shabbat at Home

    By InterfaithFamily

    How to celebrate Shabbat at home, including preparing for Shabbat, lighting Shabbat candles and saying Shabbat blessings.

    Date: 05-20-2009

    Variations on Making Shabbat

    By InterfaithFamily

    No two Jews have the same Shabbat rules. As long as you don't work on Shabbat, you're keeping the Sabbath.

    Date: 05-20-2009

    What's Shabbat All About?

    By InterfaithFamily

    Part of the Guide to Shabbat for Interfaith Families.

    Date: 05-20-2009

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