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Giveaway: Zoku Instant Iced Coffee Maker

Congratulations to Paula Speicher, winner of the Zoku Iced Coffee Maker! We’ve teamed up with our friends at The Peppermill for our latest Chanuka giveaway! We’re giving away one Zoku Instant Iced Coffee Maker.

How to make our own olive oil.

Five years ago when we were just starting out, we decided to make a video on how to make olive oil. We made it (badly) and posted it on the site and on YouTube. Hilariously, it has over 113,000 hits. Enjoy!

Maccabeats Latest: Latke Recipe!

Another great Maccabeats hit, just in time for Chanuka!

The Perfect Latke Recipe

The year we discovered this recipe, I made latkes every single night of Chanukah.

Giveaway: The Olive Tree USA

This great Chanuka season we’ve partnered with The Olive Tree USA to give two lucky winners one bottle each of  Organic Virgin Olive Oil! 

Torah Treats: VaYetze

In this week’s Torah reading, stones are prominently featured.

Parsha Craft: VaYetze. Ladder up to Heaven.

This week’s Parsha begins with Yaakov leaving Canaan and heading for Charan. The night before he enters Charan, Yaakov has a dream where he sees a ladder stretching up to the sky with angels going up and down the ladder.

TEN: directly into your inbox!

For $18, premium subscribers will get TEN Parsha questions delivered to their inbox each Friday for a year! Our new format is colorful, vibrant and exciting! Each week we offer up TEN questions to bring to your Shabbat table. Don’t worry we include the answers and where to find the answer in the Parsha.

This is a great resource to bring to your classroom or your Shabbat table!

Parsha Craft: Toldot. Yaakov and Esav Puppets

In this week’s parsha, Parshat Toldot, we meet Isaac and Rebecca’s sons, Esau and Jacob. Although they are twin brothers, they are very different both internally and externally. According to Genesis 25:27, “Esau was a man who understood hunting, a man of the field, whereas Jacob was an pure man, dwelling in tents.”

Let’s Make David Porat/Eli Shur Famous

This website,, that I have created and love so much focuses on all things that are wonderful about Judaism. It focuses on holidays and families and great food and creative crafts. It does not focus on bad.