OneTable Live

Hey OneTable Fam, thanks for joining us in this virtual gathering place. We are so grateful to have you here.

Some updates:
  • Please only host the people you live with, or host a virtual Shabbat. We’ve lifted the restrictions on the minimum of people needed to host a OneTable dinner. We’re here to nourish you and your roommate(s), or even just you creating the space to make your Friday night a little special. We’re updating our tech to best support you in hosting virtual gatherings to welcome Shabbat. Updates will be shared in this group and at onetable.org/shabbatshalone/
  • Every Tuesday, we’ll be posting the schedule for that Friday’s OneTable Live. From group Shabbat cooking classes to virtual ritual to Trivia nights, we’re going to experiment, learn, and connect with all of you.
  • We know some people are experiencing difficulties accessing grocery stores at the moment. Feel free to just watch-along with any cooking streams we offer, and we’re compiling a list of ways people with more resources can help out those who need community and assistance the most right now. We’ll post this list soon.
FRIDAY | 6.5
While our Black community faces racism every day, this weekend was a particular reminder of how far we have to go. Right now, our hearts are aching and there is so much going on in our world that needs immediate energy and attention, so we have postponed any events for this week that don’t actively focus on intersectionality and social justice. If you’re hosting this week, attending one of the OneTable Live events below, or just looking for a moment in community this Friday night, join us on Instagram at 8pm ET/5pm PT as Kohenet Keshira haLev Fife creates a ritual space with the implicit kavannah, or intention, of helping us all slow down and ease into Shabbat, making space for prayers of healing and justice.

5pm ET/2pm PT | Sobremesa de Shabbat: A Night of Alfajores + Conversation
Share your stories and experiences of intersectional Latin American and Jewish identities while bringing in Shabbat with Latin American flavor. Jessy Cohen and Martina Bialek are teaching us how to make Alfajores — delicious Argentinian dulce de leche cookies. While we give the dough some time to rise we’ll chat about being Latinx and Jewish as a large group and then in more intimate groups based on interests. We’ll finish the night with a sweet Kabbalat Shabbat and some buena musica.

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6:30pm ET/3:30pm PT | Lab/Shul SHABasics
OneTable joins the Lab/Shul Ritual Team + Feast Team to invite our community gather around a giant virtual table to light, sip, bless, connect, and sabbath together in the spirit of renewing our commitment to the ongoing fight for justice.

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FRIDAY | 6.12

1pm ET/10am PT | OneTable Live x JDC Entwine Welcome Shabbat
Global, but keep it virtual. Join OneTable and JDC Entwine to welcome Shabbat together! JDC Entwine’s Joshua Mikutis and members of our communities will share some words about Shabbat, the Torah portion, and how it ties into our current world. We’ll then share in music + stories.

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6pm ET/3pm PT | What’s In Yer Fridge *The Shabbat Edition* with Zoë Komarin
Fresh off her Great Big Jewish Food Cooking Challenge win, Zoë Komarin joins us to ‘magically’ whip-up a Shabbat Feast using only what she has at home. Join us to prep for Shabbat using what you have, learn from Zoë about how to transform your pantry and your table into the dinner of your dreams, and ask any and all your questions while she cooks. Then, join us for a bit of ritual as we welcome Shabbat in community.

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8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT | Pub Trivia Night Shabbat
Friday night Pub Trivia is BACK for round 4! BYOSD (bring your own Shabbat dinner) and get ready to play! **Share the love! But, because trivia will be played in teams, we ask that you share the link and ask friends to sign up on the platform directly. If you’re hoping to play on the same team as a friend or specific group, mention their full names where it asks once you click RSVP.

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DATE TBA

6pm ET/3pm PT | Sarah Jampel Talks (and Cooks) Shabbat
Sarah Jampel joins us in conversation with Jake Cohen to talk (and cook) all things Shabbat. Sarah is the editor of Basically at Bon Appétit, where she also develops recipes and writes print features. Before that, she spent years at Food52 as a recipe developer, food stylist, and writer, and worked in pastry kitchens around New York, making 300-plus sandwich cookies a week, churning gelato at 7 a.m., and hulling pounds and pounds of the tiniest strawberries imaginable. Recipes to come!

Past Events

FRIDAY | 5.29

8pm ET/5pm PT | Good Vibrations
Shabbat is all about pleasure and rejuvenation. During this time of social distancing, we want to bring that sexy sparkle back to Shabbat. Come as you are and let’s take this holy time to explore all things sensual about Shabbat. All are welcome to join us for this special Shabbat experience in partnership with Awakening, Denver, Colorado’s premier sex-positive boutique. Tory Johnson and Rose Kalasz, founders of Awakening, will teach us about all the ways you can bring more pleasure and sensuality to your life, and OneTable team members Natalie Bergner and Tali Burger will share what Jewish texts have to say about pleasure as it relates to this special weekly holiday. *First 20 RSVPs are eligible for a special gift sent straight to you from Awakening!*

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8pm ET/5pm PT | A Mizrachi Shavuot: Ritual with JIMENA
Join JIMENA and OneTable to celebrate Shavuot, a Jewish harvest festival, led by the Rabbi Tsipi Gabai — the first Moroccan female rabbi and currently one of only four female Mizrahi/Sephardic rabbis worldwide. We’ll welcome in Shabbat together singing sacred ancient Sephardic song cycles known as Piyyutim with percussionist Katja Cooper, and learn about Moroccan Jewish traditions & culture of Shavuot. Come with questions or stories to share!

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8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT | HaHaChallah: A Comedy Shabbat
Join OneTable along with Julia Weiss, Head Writer of Cards Against Humanity, Caleb Hearon, Shelby Wolstein, Gianmarco Soresi, and more for A Comedy Shabbat! Torah may be how we found our place in the promised land, and comedy may be how we found our place in America — so the theme for the night is ‘tackling our wandering with words, jokes, and laughter.’

During the night we’ll have live performances, sketches, and small group breakouts where you can share about times you’ve used humor to get through a tough spot or to cope with these scary COVID times.

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8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT | Shabbat Sounds
Join us for an incredible evening of live music, right from the comfort of your home. We’re excited to bring you three new artists from around the country for our fourth night in the Shabbat Sounds series. We’ll begin with Shabbat rituals, then enjoy a 20-25 minute set from each artist. Engage with us off-screen or on-screen, however you feel most comfortable. If at the end of the work week, your hopes are to close your eyes, open your ears, and listen to something inspiring and beautiful, then we’re happy to provide and hold that space for you. 🙏🏼

This Friday’s Artists + Co-Hosts:
Matt LiVigni
MOONZz
Kyle Bielfield

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FRIDAY | 5.22

The Great Big Jewish Food Fest kicks off this week, which means there aren’t any OneTable Live Events, but it’s not too late to use what you learn at the fest to host a OneTable Shabbat for yourself, your roomies, or your friends on the internet. Post your dinner here, then use the tag GreatBigJewishFoodFest and use the GBJFF photo in the image slider to be part of a national movement of Great Big Shabbat Dinners – we’ll provide the Nourishment to make it extra special.

We’ll all be coming together for some Shabbat blessings this week on Insta Live. Whether you’re having Shabbat on your own, or want to share these rituals with your virtual guests, join us Friday at 8:30 ET/ 5:30 PT on @onetableshabbat.

THURSDAY | 5.14

6pm ET/3pm PT | Pati Jinich Talks (and Cooks) Shabbat
Born and raised in Mexico City, Pati Jinich is the host of the two-time James Beard Award-winning and three-time Emmy nominated PBS television series “Pati’s Mexican Table” now going on its ninth season. Join virtually for a conversation and cooking demo with Jake Cohen. Learn how to make Pati’s Shabbat dinner go-tos, based on her cookbooks, Pati’s Mexican Table and Mexican Today. During or after the event, we invite you to cook your own version of Pati’s Shabbat menu so that we can Shabbat Alone, Together!
See the ingredients & reserve your spot

FRIDAY | 5.15

7pm ET/4pm PT | Chopped: Shabbat Edition
You’ll be given a few minutes to pick FIVE random ingredients from your fridge, freezer, or kitchen to make an epic dinner. Once the dinners are finished, we’ll share the fab creations and anyone is welcome to stick around to chat and eat.
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7:30pm ET/4:30pm PT | Observations in Nature: A Meditative Shabbat
Join Adventures Accessed & OneTable for an evening of nature-based meditation to welcome Shabbat. Whether it’s enjoying the nature outside of your window, sitting on a porch or balcony, or finding a quiet spot outside safely away from others, we invite you to hold gratitude for your surroundings at this restorative Shabbat.
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8pm ET/5pm PT | Shabbat Beats: Beatbox + Ritual to Welcome Shabbat
Join OneTable this Friday for Beatbox x Shabbat ritual: the 2020 collab you didn’t know you needed. Whether you’re having your own intimate Shabbat dinner, joining a virtual event, or just kicking off your weekend with something for yourself, start your Friday night off right as beatbox vocalist and yoga instructor Jonathan Stone leads us into Shabbat.
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8:30pm ET/5:30 PT | Pub Trivia Night: a virtual trivia game night
Friday night Pub Trivia is BACK! BYOF (bring your own food & drinks) and get ready to play! We’ll be divided into teams, so the night will run smoother if you’re on time for this one. **Share the love! But, because trivia will be played in teams, we ask that you share the link and ask friends to sign up on the platform directly. If you’re hoping to play on the same team as a friend or specific group, please mention their full names where it asks if you’d like to send a message to those host once you click RSVP.
Reserve your spot- limited space available!

FRIDAY | 5.8

1pm ET/10am PT | OneTable Live x JDC Entwine Welcome Shabbat
Global, but keep it virtual. Join OneTable and JDC Entwine to welcome Shabbat together! JDC Entwine’s Joshua Mikutis and members of our communities will share some words about Shabbat, the Torah portion, and how it ties into our current world. We’ll then share in music + stories. Whether this is your first event with us or your 37th, join us to begin the process of closing the week with intention.
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6:30pm ET/3:30pm PT | Welcoming Sacred Time with Sweetness and Song: Ritual Led by Kohenet Keshira haLev Fife
In a time of liminality and uncertainty, we can look to Jewish time to ground and hold us. Join Keshira haLev Fife, a Kohenet (Hebrew Priestess), community shepherdess, ritual creatrix, liturgist, songstress, public speaker, and writer who will help us cross into sacred time together and welcome Shabbat with reflection, ritual and joyful song.
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7:15pm ET/4:15pm PT
Join us after ritual for a juicy conversation with Keshira about the gems of Jewish culture, values, rhythms, and practices that can help support our wellness and wholeness in this time of Covid and beyond.
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8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT | Shabbat Sounds
Join us for an incredible evening of live music, right from the comfort of your home. For our third night in the Shabbat Sounds series, we’re excited to bring you three new artists from around the country. If at the end of the week, your hopes are to close your eyes, open your ears, and listen to something inspiring and beautiful, then we’re happy to provide and hold that space for you.
This Friday’s Artists: Julia Sabra, Samuel Herb, & Maya Elise
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9pm ET/6pm PT | Movement Shabbat with Merrick
This Movement Shabbat is FOR ALL – for any level of fitness & for any age no matter where you are in the world. We’ll transform our collective (but individual) space into a magical world of adventure, exploration, intuition, & play. Influenced by somatics & improvisational movement, we’ll drop into our bodies, getting our whole selves ready for Shabbat together. Then, we’ll welcome Shabbat together with blessings.
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8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT | Pub Trivia Night Shabbat
Friday night Pub Trivia is BACK for round 3! BYOF (bring your own food & drinks) and get ready to play! **Share the love! But, because trivia will be played in teams, we ask that you share the link and ask friends to sign up on the platform directly. If you’re hoping to play on the same team as a friend or specific group, mention their full names where it asks once you click RSVP.
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FRIDAY | 5.1
PART 1 @ 1pm ET/10am PT then PART 2 @ 5pm ET/2pm PT | Challah At Us: A 2-part challah bake with @challahhub

You’ve seen them baking on Buzzfeed and sharing insane pictures on their Instagram, and now you can bake with Sarah and Elina of Challah Hub live with OneTable! If you’ve been curious about how to integrate some funky ingredients to mix up your loaves, this is the time to ask how to make it happen! This event will happen in two parts because… challah! Unexpected bonus? Their challah recipe is vegan-friendly!

You’ll need:
☐ WHISK
☐ 1 LARGE MIXING BOWL
☐ MEASURING CUPS AND SPOONS
☐ SPATULA OR WOODEN SPOON
☐ KITCHEN TOWEL☐ WARM WATER • 1 cup
☐ RAPID RISE YEAST • 1 packet
☐ FLOUR • 3-4 cups
☐ SUGAR • ½ cup
☐ SALT • 1 ½ teaspoon
☐ VEGETABLE OR COCONUT OIL • 2 tablespoonEGG REPLACEMENT MIXTURE:☐ BAKING POWDER • 2 teaspoons
☐ WARM WATER • 3 tablespoons
☐ VEGETABLE OR COCONUT OIL • 3 tablespoons
7:30pm ET/4:30pm PT | Mindful Meditation Shabbat

Join Sarah Langer, Certified Mindfulness & Wellbeing Coach, to practice mindfulness through meditation, gratitude and ritual. Participants will need: wine or grape juice, a salad with a minimum of 3 ingredients (i.e. greens, a veggie, dressing), a “dessert” (can be anything fun/special; fruit, ice cream, a cookie, WHATEVER!). Optional: candle, challah/bread.

7:30pm ET/4:30 PT | Let’s Get Crafty: an upcycled Shabbat experience for @moreloveletters
Arts-and-crafts pro Maya Booth will show you how to make upcycled postcards out of cardboard food boxes you probably have around the house or in your recycle bin. This is a great opportunity to welcome Shabbat with the warm-and-fuzzies by making something meaningful, treating the earth kindly, and spreading love in a socially distanced world. You’ll need a clean cardboard food box (cereal, sparkling water & beer cartons, etc), scissors, permanent marker or pen, and a straight edge.
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8pm ET/5pm PT | Together We Flow

Join Abby Maroko for this evening of embodied love and compassion through sweet dynamic movement, selective stillness, and traditional Friday night blessings. Like the candles we will continue to light, we will warm ourselves with asanas; like the wine we will continue to raise, we will flow with abundance; and like the challah we will continue to bake, break, and share, we will rise up in resiliency, together.

FRIDAY | 4.24
5:30pm ET/2:30pm PT | Challah at Us: A Vegan Shabbat Dinner Experience
Are you vegan? Vegan-curious? Have friends that are vegan and never know what to bring to their house when they invite you over? Wondering how Judaism and veganism connect? Recently turned vegan and really missing challah and desperately seeking a recipe and someone to walk you through it? This is the Shabbat evening for you.
6:15pm ET/3:15pm PT | Welcoming Shabbat with the OneTable Team
Join some of our OneTable Team for a brief meditation to take a breath and end the week with intention, candles, and a toast. Then, feel free to join your own Shabbat dinner or any other virtual or unplugged plans for the night!
7pm ET/4pm PT | Paradise: A Queer Virtual Gathering with The Shabbos Queen
Join OneTable for a celebratory Queer Shabbat with Stuart Meyers, AKA The Shabbos Queen! Be ready to laugh and dream as we bring in Shabbat in the best, queerest way we know how. We’ll be lighting candles, blessing the wine (or another beverage of your choice), and getting deep into rest-mode. Bring your candles and yourself – we can’t wait to see you there.
7pm ET/4pm PT | Deaf Shabbat PAH!
OneTable is teaming up with Jacob Salem, Director of Hillel at Gallaudet, and members of the local Deaf community to create a Deaf-run Zoom Shabbat! Gather in your kitchen (or living room or couch) and join us for dinner, including Shabbat ritual and space for open and small discussion. Open to the ASL community.
THURSDAY | 4.23
6pm ET/3pm PT | Mike Solomonov Talks (and Cooks!) Shabbat
Five-time James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov joins us virtually for a conversation and cooking demo with the OneTable Team. Learn how to make Mike’s go-to Shabbat dinner, and connect virtually with a community that connects around food. After the event, we invite you to cook your own version of Mike’s Shabbat menu so that we can Shabbat Alone, Together.
FRIDAY | 4.17
6pm Queer Men, 6pm Queer Womxn & 7:30pm Straight | NYC Cyber Singles Soirée
We’re partnering with Here/Now and putting a twist on your favorite Friday Ritual. Throughout the evening we will introduce you to everyone in the room, get into the spirit of Shabbat with an evening free of phones, work and quarantine small talk. After the gathering, they’ll connect you digitally with anyone you hit it off with. NOTE: This event is for NY-based guests. We’ll be sharing more events in other cities in the coming weeks!
6pm ET/3pm PT| MIMOUNA 2020
Celebrate Mimouna with OneTable and JIMENA! Mimouna is a festival celebrated by Moroccan Jews the day after Passover, marking the return to eating chametz (leavened foods) and celebrating friendship, community, and coexistence. Join Yaniv of Frena Bakery to learn how to make your own mufletta, a traditional easy-to-make Moroccan treat served at Mimouna celebrations. Ingredients are super simple: water, flour, oil and honey, with the choice of some embellishments to keep things *fun*. Can’t get ingredients in time and just want to learn from Yaniv? No problem! Then, we’ll be joined by Rabbi Tsippi Gabai, the first Moroccan female rabbi who is currently one of only four female Mizrahi/Sephardic rabbis worldwide, along with percussionist Katja Cooper. We’ll welcome in Shabbat together and learn about Moroccan Jewish traditions & culture – feel free to come with questions or stories to share!
7:30pm EDT/4:30pm PT | It’s a *Sign*: A virtual astrology Shabbat with Jordan Shomer of Your Astrology Friend
Jordan Shomer, a Jewish astrologer and cosmic coach, will guide as through dinner as we discuss the Jewish connection to Astrology (Shabbat! Rosh Chodesh!) and share in virtual space and time together. Ritual will include a prayer led by Jordan to welcome in the evening, and together we’ll light the candles and bless the wine and challah. This will be a space for folks who are just getting into astrology (what’s my sun sign again?) and for those who know each of their placements on their chart.
8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT | Shabbat Sounds: An Intimate Night of Live Music to Welcome the Weekend
Join us for BYOdinner and a concert with amazing performers from across the country. RSVP to see who we’ve got lined up!
MONDAY | 4.13

Monday @ 8:30pm EDT | Passover Baking with @diasporadinners
Join Diaspora Dinners and OneTable to make Passover-friendly eats that are delicious regardless of the season. We’ll be making sweet matzo brei with tahini and dates, and coconut macaroons with chocolate, pistachio, and orange blossom. Can’t get ingredients in time and just want to learn with us? No problem — join us for that! See the ingredients & reserve your spot.

FRIDAY | 4.10

Friday @ 7pm EDT | Movie Night + Chill: The Prince of Egypt
A wise person once said, “there can be miracles when you believe” and we believe that our ability to gather virtually and celebrate with community during this time is pretty much just that. To keep with the Passover tradition of retelling the story of our people, we’ll be watching Dreamworks’ The Prince of Egypt – just grab your Matzah or movie snacks, your PJs, and your singing voice. Reserve your spot.

Friday @ 8pm EDT | Welcoming Shabbat in Song with Shira Kline
Shira, aka ShirLaLa, is an award-winning New York based performer and music educator will guide us through 15-20 minutes of ritual and song — then feel free to join your own Shabbat dinner or any other virtual or unplugged plans for the night! Reserve your spot.

Friday @ 8:30pm EDT | Lez Be Queer Together
Liz Alpern and Shira Kline will host an hour of queer community conversation and celebration over the virtual Shabbat table. We’ll talk queer soup, and queer connection and we’ll share smiles, struggles and much-needed time with chosen family. Reserve your spot.

MONDAY | 4.6

Monday @ 7pm EDT | Get That Matzo: a virtual matzo making class with @gefilteria
No matzo? No problem. Join the Gefilteria team to learn how to DIY matzo! All you need is water, flour, and some salt. Get your counter clean and your oven hot for this matzo making workshop. Reserve your spot.

FRIDAY | 4.3

Friday @ 3pm EDT | How is this night different? a new kind of Seder plate with @mister_krisp
Join OneTable and @mister_krisp‘s Jessica Siskin for some time to decompress before Shabbat and make your own sweet seder plate! Join us to make a rice crispy seder plate – if you have the ingredients to follow along, then great. Otherwise, tune in to watch and learn for next week! Reserve your spot.

To make it, you’ll want to have:
4.5 tbsp. Butter – 7 cups mini marshmallows – 8 cups Rice Krispies – cooking spray – colored decorating icing (Jess recommends blue, red, and green, but anything will work) – white decorating icing – green airhead or fruit roll up – red or pink gummy candy – green sour straws or licorice – red m&m’s, skittles, or other red candy – brown food coloring – additional 1 cup Rice Krispies (or sub cocoa Krispies and you don’t need brown food coloring)

Friday @ 7pm EDT | Chicken Soup for the Poet’s Soul: a virtual poetry and Shabbat ritual experience
Love poetry or simply want to see how it can tie seamlessly into your Shabbat practice? Join Chicago Field Manager Julia Logan as we welcome Shabbat through poetry + ritual in community this Friday night. All are welcome, whether those are your Shabbat plans or whether you’ll be hopping into a zoom dinner afterwards. Reserve your spot.

Friday @ 8:30pm EDT | Pub Trivia Night: a virtual trivia game night
BYOB (or beverage of your choice & dinner) and get ready to play!
Share the love! But, because trivia will be played in random teams, we ask that you share the link and ask friends to sign up on the platform directly, and be on time! If you’re hoping to play on the same team as a friend or specific group, please mention their full names where it asks if you’d like to send a message to those host once you click RSVP.
Study up + see you there! Reserve your spot- limited space available!

Friday @ 8:30pm EDT | A Women’s Shabbat: Divine Cosmic Feminine Energy
This Shabbat experience is for you if you are seeking some time to focus inward, connect with your feminine side in order to nurture it, give yourself a break, and find light in this seemingly dark time. How is empathy playing a role in self-care while quarantining? How can we use feminine energy support each other? What are healthy boundaries you can set to manage wellness? Reserve your spot- limited space available!

THURSDAY | 4.2
Thursday @ 12pm EDT | Here All Along: a Q+A with author & former Obama speechwriter Sarah Hurwitz
Join us on Thursday for lunch, brunch, breakfast, or snack time as we learn from Sarah Hurwitz, author of Here All Along: Finding Meaning, Spirituality, and a Deeper Connection to Life – in Judaism (After Finally Choosing to Look There). She’ll be speaking to our community about her experience with the Obamas, her beautifully written book, and how to plug into Judaism in the time of COVID-19 and beyond. Reserve your spot.
FRIDAY | 3.27
5:30-7pm EDT | Pasta-making with @pastasocialclub
The incredible @pastasocialclub will be hosting a Zoom pasta-making workshop! You can either make pasta with us, or use pasta you already have in your home and join to make the simple pomodoro sauce after the event with the recipe. This event has limited space, sign up here to reserve your spot.
For the sauce, you’ll need:
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 pint cherry tomatoes, halved (optional)
  • 1½ cups tomato puree/passata (if not using fresh tomatoes, increase to 2 cups)
  • 6 tablespoons butter
  • Salt and pepper
  • Optional garnishes: panko breadcrumbs, thyme leaves, Pecorino romano
For the pasta, you’ll need:
  • 1 lb  ’00’ flour or all-purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for shaping
  • Semolina flour, for dusting
  • Large mixing bowl
  • Dinner fork
  • Bench scraper or sharp knife
  • Wooden cutting board or surface (optional but preferred)
  • Rolling pin (or wine bottle)
  • Pastry brush (optional)
  • Baking sheet
  • Plastic wrap
7:15pm-8:15pm EDT | Together We Flow: A Virtual Yoga Shabbat Experience
Sweet dynamic movement, selective stillness, and traditional Friday night blessings. Like the candles we will continue to light, we will warm ourselves with asanas; like the wine we will continue to raise, we will flow with abundance; and like the challah we will continue to bake, break, and share, we will rise up in resiliency, together. This event has limited space, sign up here to reserve your spot.
You’ll need:
  • yoga mat
  • candles (optional)
8:30pm EDT | Shabbat Sounds: An Intimate Night of Live Music to Welcome the Weekend
Join us for BYOdinner and a concert with amazing performers from across the country. RSVP to see who we’ve got lined up!
FRIDAY | 3.20
We have @zoepsky making challah with us! She will be live on the @onetableshabbat Instagram at the following times if you want to bake along:
2 – 2:30 EDT: making the dough (rest 1.5 hours or FREEZE)
4:30-4:45 EDT: challah braiding tutorial (then rest 1 hour+)
6pm EDT: put in the oven to bake for 30 minutes
6:30pm EDT: Take the challah out and Zoe guides ritual to welcome Shabbat.
 You will need:
  • 3 3/4 teaspoons active dry yeast (about 1 1/2 packages)
  • 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup olive or vegetable oil, plus more for greasing the bowl
  • 5 large eggs
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon salt
  • 8 to 8 1/2 cups all-purpose flour

OneTable

OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. The OneTable community is funded to support people (21-39ish), not in undergraduate studies, and without an existing weekly Shabbat practice, looking to find and share this powerful experience.

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