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True Leadership Knows No Limits: People with Disabilities and Parashat B'shalach, Shabbat Shira
It may only be February, but the climax of (at least my childhood's version) of the story of Passover is the subject of this week's Torah portion. Moses, in a scene worthy of any movie, leads the Israelites out of Egypt and into the Red Sea-with Pharaoh and his army in hot pursuit.
Planting and Parenting: The Lessons of Tu BiShvat
Here is the quintessential Jewish question: How do we emulate God? We are told that we were created by God. We are told that we have a divine spark within us.
Falafel (Chickpea Patties)
Falafel is sold on street corners in every city and town in Israel.
Shishlik (Meat Kabobs)
The simple method of preparing meat on an open grill goes back to ancient biblical times.
Derived from central Europe, the popular kichlach (Yiddish for "cookies") are to be found in many of the packages prepared by parents for their children serving in the Israeli military.
Vegan Seven-Vegetable Soup with Matzah Balls
This colorful soup is nutrient-rich and is great on its own or served topped with vegan matzah balls during Passover.
Vegan Matzah Balls
The brilliance of this recipe is that you don't boil the matzah balls. You bake them! This way, they stay intact.
Vegan Sweet Potato Kugel
The walnuts in this sweet kugel give it great texture, and the quinoa flakes add just the right amount of moisture.
Vegan Walnut Lentil Pate
This Passover dish is simple to prepare. Serve as a hearty appetizer with crudite for dipping, or use as side dish alongside the main course.