A delicious addition to a holiday meal!
As Shavuot heads our way, I’ve been thinking about Moshe in the desert. It took him 40 years to travel an estimated 1400 miles to bring the Jews out of Egypt and lead them to the land of Israel. And while I’ve spent my fair share of time in Jewish Day School and understand the reverence we are supposed to have for our Jewish heroes and leaders, I truly believe I could have taught Moshe a thing or two about traveling with family.
In this week’s Torah reading, Parshat Yitro, we read about the monumental moment of the giving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai.
It’s the perfect storm of flavor: chocolate and cheesecake. This easy crowd-pleaser should be on everyone’s Shavuot menu plan.
A great sophisticated dish!
A homemade basket filled with treats is the perfect Shavuot centerpiece.
Quiche always gives off the illusion of being a difficult dish to prepare. Nothing could be farther from the truth! This simple quiche recipe will have your guests impressed while only you know the secret of how easy it was to prepare!
These baskets are a great Tu B’Shvat or Shavuot centerpiece. Vibrant and colorful, this craft can easily be adapted for younger and older kids.