Mizrahi Heritage Month x Shabbat: giveaways + discounts + resources!

November is Mizrahi Heritage Month, a time dedicated to elevating and celebrating the cultures, heritages, and traditions of Jews from the Middle East and North Africa. No matter your background, whether you want to connect more deeply to your roots or discover the flavors of the greater Jewish diaspora, OneTable is here to help you celebrate Mizrahi traditions at your Shabbat table!

Post a dinner in November and use the word Mizrahi in your dinner title or description and you’ll get an exclusive 20% discount code to Casablanca Market! Their beautiful products are crafted with love by 🇲🇦 🇹🇳 Moroccan + Tunisian artisans. Explore their cookware, decor + fine foods to make your dinner extra delicious! 

One discount code per person. Discount code is valid through Nov 30, so be sure to use it by then!

Plus, you’ll be automatically entered to win a set of three incredible books by groundbreaking Mizrahi/Sephardic community leaders + creators:

📚The Wrong Kind of Jew: A Mizrahi Manifesto by Hen Mazzig
📚Good Food: Inspired by my Middle Eastern roots and the places I’ve called home by Sina Mizrahi
📚The Flying Camel: Essays on Identity by Women of North African and Middle Eastern Jewish Heritage, edited by Loolwla Khazzoom

One entry per dinner, so post dinners each week for bonus entries!

The cover of the book The Flying Camel. The three sisters who comprise the band A-WA, Tair, Liron, and Tagel Haim, are sitting in front of a colorful mural with the words The Flying Camel.
From the cover of “The Flying Camel: Essays on Identity by Women of North African and Middle Eastern Jewish Heritage” edited by Loolwa Khazzoom

Explore our Mizrahi Shabbat resources to learn more + get inspiration to plan your dinner!

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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