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Jew-Ish: A Cookbook: Reinvented Recipes from a Modern Mensch | Jake’s Book Launch Shabbat Recipes

OneTable is thrilled to celebrate friend and board member, Jake Cohen, on the March release of his beautiful cookbook, Jew-ish: A Cookbook: Reinvented Recipes from a Modern Mensch. About the book: When you think of [...]
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Keeping It Cozy: Nourishment Inspo for a Socially Distanced Winter Shabbat

With colder weather comes new opportunities for creativity around the Shabbat dinner table — or Shabbat blanket, Shabbat fire pit, or Shabbat space heater. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite things you can purchase [...]
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Creating Light this Season

We light candles in so many of our rituals: when we observe, when we commemorate, when we celebrate, and when we remember. On Chanukah, we light candles to celebrate the miracle of light. And while [...]
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Mask-Wearing is a Jewish Value

Jewish tradition teaches that saving one life is tantamount to saving the entire world. OneTable takes this teaching seriously, and we’ve leaned on it heavily when designing our social distancing guidelines. This teaching is based [...]
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Chicago, welcome your new Field Manager: Leah Weinstein!

Leah C. Weinstein is so excited to be joining OneTable after a year and a half in the bicycle industry at the local Chicago institution, Kozy’s Cyclery. Leah is originally from Charlotte, N.C. and graduated [...]
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The Magic of Shabbat in Israel

This is a sponsored post from Masa, the global leader in immersive international career development and leadership experiences in Israel for young Jewish adults from around the world. With a variety of long-term programs in Israel, Masa [...]
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A Zoom-fatigue-proof Friday Night

By Jill Raney, OneTable host & founder of Practice Makes Progress. We've got a lot of scary things to be stressed about these days. And the beauty of Shabbat is that we actually need this built-in [...]
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“Awesome” High Holidays

You can scour any Jewish records before the Middle Ages and you won’t find the High Holidays referred to as the “Days of Awe.” In the grand scheme of Jewish history, it’s a recent term, [...]
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A Sweet Seder: The Rosh Hashanah Meal

Apples and honey are a well-known holiday staple at Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) tables all over the world. We indulge in sweet foods, so that the year to come will be just as [...]
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Union: A Roundtable Shabbat with Jordan Blashek, Christopher Haugh & Sarah Hurwitz

Last Friday, on the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 tragedy, OneTable was honored to host and facilitate a virtual Shabbat gathering with community. Union | A Roundtable Shabbat brought together co-authors of Union: A [...]
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