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Jewtina x OneTable | El Seder de Rosh Hashaná: Edición Latina

While Rosh Hashanah Seders are more typically celebrated in Sephardi and Mizrahi homes, more Jews from around the world are starting to incorporate this practice into their New Year celebrations. This year, we want to [...]
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4 Round Challahs Made Easy

A quick search for challah will return beautiful images of long, braided bread. But you may notice a few round challot (plural of challah) as well. What’s up with that? Well, some people bake round challah for [...]
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Living Six Days for One

Shabbat at camp is one of the most magical experiences I’ve ever had. For campers, camp is a happy place, the place waited to be in all year round.  Surrounded by camp friends. No parents, [...]
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Celebrating Jewish Creativity Through Shabbat

When I visited Poland, I wasn’t expecting a society which had moved on, in many ways, from the days of Fiddler. I kept expecting the Jews I met there to be like my imagination of [...]
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Shabbat [Summer] Hygge

I spent my semester abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark and while living there, I learned about hygge. As I became quickly obsessed with this Scandinavian principle of hygge, a mood of coziness and warmth (pronounced hoo-gah), [...]
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Dinner Description Glow Up

One of the many things I love about my job is getting to read through the descriptions of the Shabbat dinners that hosts create with OneTable. I feel like I could curl up with a [...]
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OneTable Live | Michael Twitty Talks (and Cooks!) Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Last Thursday, Michael Twitty, acclaimed author of The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South and forthcoming Kosher Soul, joined us virtually for a conversation and with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable Board [...]
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Queer Shabbat

Other LGBTQIA+ Shabbat Resources: OneTabe's Pride 2020 Page Our Queer Shabbat Page Keshet's resources
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Shabbat Poetry Project

“...poetry is not a luxury. It is a vital necessity of our existence. It forms the quality of the light within which we predicate our hopes and dreams toward survival and change, first made into [...]
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6 Ways to Make Sure Home Still Feels Like Home

When cities started following their own versions of Safer at Home orders, we immediately heard from our OneTable community members about how hard it was to make the home-space feel special enough for Shabbat during [...]
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