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The Waldorf’s wondrous sukkah

Right after Yom Kippur is over, Jews throughout Israel and the rest of the world busy themselves building temporary “huts” called sukkot (plural; the singular is sukkah). The sukkah can range from a basic design decorated with posters and paper chains to more elaborate structures adorned with draperies and chandeliers. Most of the requirements for…

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Recipes to Break the Fast

  Homemade Gravlax Eating lox this time of year connects our own process of “teshuvah” with salmon’s seasonal “return.” GET THE RECIPE     More-Vegetable-Than-Egg Frittata This simple frittata — just eggs, vegetables, fresh herbs and a little Parmesan if you’re feeling luxurious — is proof that eating well doesn’t have to be deprivational. It…

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Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, PJ Library and Tovah Feldshuh To Commemorate Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Yahrzeit with Musical Read-Along

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, along with partners PJ Library, announced a collaboration with Broadway star Tovah Feldshuh to commemorate Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s upcoming Yahrzeit. Feldshuh, who originated the role of Ginsburg on stage in the play Sisters-in-Law, will bring her talent to the smallest screen in an all-ages read-along of Debbie Levy’s I Dissent: Ruth…

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Israelis take to the streets on Yom Kippur

By Haim Silberstein At Yom Kippur, Israel grinds to a halt. For 25 hours, schools, restaurants and businesses shut down, roads empty out as driving is prohibited, and there are no buses, no trains, and no planes. Known as the Day of Atonement, it’s the holiest day in the Jewish calendar when religious Israelis across…

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Apple Recipes for Rosh Hashanah

  Apple-Filled Star Challah Family and guests will ooh and aah over this beautiful Rosh HaShanah challah, which tastes as good as it looks! GET THE RECIPE       Caramelized Onion and Apple Tarts with Gruyère and Thyme Every holiday celebration needs an easy and elegant appetizer to keep guests satisfied until the main…

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An Apple a Day for the High Holidays

What comes to mind when you think of the “forbidden fruit” described in the Garden of Eden – the one that Eve is said to have eaten and then shared with Adam? If you guessed an apple, you’re probably wrong. In the Talmud, when listing the possible “fruits” that may have been products of the…

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