Hosting Tips

 

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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5 Ideas for a More Sustainable Shabbat Dinner

I’ll admit it. If someone stopped me in the street and said Quick! Name a Jewish value! sustainability would not be the first to come to mind. After all, sustainability is a universal idea, not [...]
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[Slow] Cookin’ up Shabbat

We know it can be daunting to prepare a meal for Friday night. How will you cook everything after a long workday? How can you ensure your dishes are perfectly timed and nice and hot [...]
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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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We Asked the OneTable Community How They Like To Unwin(e)d on Shabbat, and Here Are Their Answers.

We hear you: It’s been a long, long week, and you’ve never been more ready to take a break from kicking ass at the office and move on to getting into pajamas, or onto a [...]
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11 Memes That Are Literally All Of Us Hosting Shabbat Dinner

You signed up to organize a Shabbat dinner and while it sounded easy in your head, it gets real when you start all the planning (even while the end result can be so meaningful it [...]
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We Asked the OneTable Community to Share Their Last-Minute Shabbat Hosting Tips. Here’s What They Told Us.

You’re hosting a Shabbat dinner, and unless you have supernatural powers (and hey, maybe that’s you) things might be getting a little stressful. We got together with our newest nourishment partnership to ask the OneTable [...]
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Take It Outside

It’s summer, so why not bring your Shabbat dinner outdoors? Here are some tips + tricks for your next al fresco Shabbat, whether you’re camping or at a music festival — make Shabbat a nourishing [...]
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Summertime Sippin’ | Cucumber Mint Juleps

There are many different ways to make this recipe, but it came about because I received cucumbers in my Ugly CSA box, and had to come up with something to make sure nothing went to [...]
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Flavors of the Past | Diana in Denver

Diana Lizmi is a Texas native who loves all things food — you can find her cooking and baking for friends and winning hearts through full bellies. She grew up in a Morrocan and Lebanese [...]
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