Reprinted interview with a chef from Australia–where Passover occurs in the autumn–including recipes for red eggs, sherry charoset, and cocoa cream layer cake.
Profile of Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, author of With Roots in Heaven: One Woman?s Passionate Journey into the Heart of Her Faith, and her spiritual journey that led her to new approaches of incorporating interfaith families into her synagogue.
Personal narrative from an intermarried man describing how Thanksgiving is both the easiest and most difficult holiday for his family:??it?s the one where he and his wife feel equally?comfortable and knowledgable,?but it is also the
In this Seesaw column from The Forward, a woman asks if it’s necessary to visit Christian sites with her husband on their visit to Israel.
After Brittany’s parents visit her in Israel, she reflects on the unique interfaith nature of their time together.
Review of Pilgrims. By Daniel Gavron, a novel that relays a couple’s unexpected travels in Jerusalem.
Rewiew of Rabbi Tirzah Firestone’s With Roots in Heaven: One Woman’s Passionate Journey into the Heart of Her Faith, a memoir of an Orthodox’s woman’s uncoventional spiritual journey.
Review of All That’s Holy: A Young Guy, An Old Car and the Search for God in America by Tom Levinson, about the writer’s personal spiritual quest.
Personal narrative from a Jewish woman who loves living in Japan because nobody ever questions her relationship with a non-Jewish man.
Personal narrative from a Jewish man whose non-Jewish wife was more interested in seeing where his eastern European family came from-and suffered-than he was.