Basic Info About Rosh Hashana

List & descriptions of basic Jewish holidays & customs. Very helpful calculator for figuring Jewish festivals and holidays for any year.

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Five-a-day tagine (replace honey with agave nectar)

Five-a-day tagine

Five-a-day tagine Carrots Parsnips Onions Sweet Red Peppers Chopped Tomatoes Dried Apricots

Rethinking Shavuot: Women, Relationships & Jewish Texts

These guides combine a respectful reading of classic texts with questions and ideas to help shape healthier relationships.

"All We Can Eat," the food blog for "The Washington Post," has a blogroll down the left side of outstanding and varied food blogs.

So good for you, easy to find, and just plain delicious. Here, Washington Post gives us a few unique tips for switching up our tried and true salmon recipes.

The Tapestry of Jewish Time: A Spiritual Guide to Holidays and Life-Cycle Events

The Tapestry of Jewish Time: A Spiritual Guide to Holidays and Life-Cycle Events

beloved hebrew ring

beloved hebrew ring

Morning Prayers for Children - Christian Children's Morning Prayers

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The High Holidays – Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

The High Holidays 2013 Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur September September

PJ Library is a Jewish Family Engagement program implemented on a local level throughout North America. They mail free, high-quality Jewish children’s literature and music to families across the continent on a monthly basis.  All families raising Jewish children from age six months of age through five, six, seven or eight years (depending on the community) are welcome to enroll.

The PJ Library - A gift for Jewish children and their families: Jewish bedtime stories and songs