In this week’s poetic and moving song-of-Torah, Parshas Haazinu, Moshe Rabbeinu prepares to take leave of the nation he has loved and led for forty years. The people will now cross the Jordan River to fulfill their des
Dear Friends, Shavua tov.
Below is the link to today’s (new) Aseres Yimei Teshuva shiur, presented this morning at the YI Woodmere, in memory of Ari Fuld z’l HY”D.
“Through the Lens of the Akeidah: Is There Meani
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Nitzavim, Moshe Rabbeinu leaves us with the final messages of this year. As we are about to enter into 5779, with Rosh Hashana upon us, we take Moshe’s words with us.
The pasuk (vers
This beautiful dish elevates humble gefilte fish into a palate-pleasing and visually colorful perfect appetizer. The roasted carrots and parsnip add flavor, sophistication and depth, and complement the fish very well.
For all those of us who love cookies, but don’t have the time to bake batches of cookies, these squares are great. There are super easy to throw together, on the healthier side for a cookie (oil instead of margarine, w
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Ki Savo, we read of the brachos (blessings) that will come if we follow the path of Torah. The pasukim (verses) say:
And it will be, if you listen to the voice of Hashem, your G-d, to kee
In this week’s parsha, Parshas Ki Seitzei, we are told of the Ben Sorer U’Moreh - the wayward and rebellious son. This is the boy who does not listen to the voice of his father and to the voice of his mother, and the
Okay… drumroll please. This is seriously one of the best rice dishes. Ever. It’s super gourmet, yet super easy to throw together. The sautéed carrots and leeks lend gorgeous color to the rice, and all the flavor