Holiday Shabbat Dinners

 

“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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Shemini Atzeret | A OneTable Shabbat Guide

In Hebrew, Shemini Atzeret literally means the Eighth (Shemini) day of Assembly (Atzeret) — an eighth day of gathering and celebration that follows Sukkot. Both connected to Sukkot and a distinct holiday of its own, [...]
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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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Happy Shabbirthday! | The OneTable Guide

Ahhhh. Birthdays. A celebration of the unique, loved, and valued human that you are. It’s a reminder to the world around you (and yourself) that you are worth celebrating. It’s common to have birthdays bring [...]
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Tu B’Shvat Shabbat

Tu B’shvat is the Jewish holiday for trees 🌳 that falls on February 10th this year. If you want to incorporate the holiday’s themes into your Shabbat dinners this month, begin by celebrating some of the beautiful foods [...]
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The Shabbanukkah Guide

Everything you need to know about Hanukkah, and, more importantly, Shabbanukkah. View all the Shabbanukkah Resources
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Opening Your Table The Day AFTER Thanksgiving

Join me on this journey into the future and pretend it's Thursday night, post-Thanksgiving dinner... Your Thanksgiving was FILL IN THE BLANK. Tasty? Full of gratitude? Stressful? Joyful? All of the above? Now you’re coming [...]
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The Shabbat Shuvah Guide

Falling between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Shabbat Shuvah, the Shabbat of Return, ushers in a unique weekend, an incredible opportunity to reflect on the year that was and welcome the year to come. Over [...]
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