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Candle Lighting (Hadlakat Nerot) Audio

In Jewish tradition, lighting candles at sundown on Friday is the last act of the workweek, the literal spark that carries us into the weekend. While you will find no verse in the Torah instructing [...]
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Jake Cohen’s Shabbat Dinner Series | Ramp It Up

Jake Cohen is a nice Jewish boy who loves food. He studied at the Culinary Institute of America, then worked the line at NYC institutions DANIEL and ABC Kitchen before transitioning out of restaurants and [...]
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Colorado, meet your new Hub Manager: Natalie!

Please welcome Natalie, our new Colorado Hub Manager, to the OneTable team! We are thrilled to have her join us as a staff member after years of being a OneTable Shabbat Coach. She can’t wait to help […]

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Shabbat at the Farm: Creating Intentional Space

Just before the Passover holiday, I was lucky enough to travel to Isabella Freedman retreat center with 17 other Jewish, Outdoor, Food, Farming, and Environmental educators to begin our year-long fellowship. We spent our days [...]
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Jake Cohen’s Shabbat Dinner Series | Persian Feast

Jake Cohen is a nice Jewish boy who loves food. He studied at the Culinary Institute of America, then worked the line at NYC institutions DANIEL and ABC Kitchen before transitioning out of restaurants and [...]
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Shopping at Whole Foods Market with Jewish Values

Hi! For those I haven’t met (I’m seated in the DMV as the OneTable DMV Hazon JOFEE fellow this year), my name is Amanda. I recently got to run my first OneTable Nosh:pitality event in [...]
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Earth Day Resources & ActNowHouston

Hurricane Harvey engulfed Houston on August 27th 2017. It was the third storm to hit Houston in a two-year period and is the second costliest US disaster in recorded history. Now, more than half a [...]
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