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Friday Night Crafting, Camp Style

Welcome to the Arts & Crafts cabin! You know the rules — don’t run with scissors, leave the space clean for the next group, and believe in yourself. In this space, we value enthusiasm over [...]
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Camp Activities for Friday Night

Camp is all about letting loose, being yourself, and enjoying the moment. As adults, immersed in our lives (and feeling extra immersed these days), planning an evening of low-stakes fun can be the perfect way [...]
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Take it Outside: Nourishment Inspo for a Socially Distanced Shabbat

Jewish tradition teaches that saving one life is tantamount to saving the entire world, and we take this teaching seriously. As such, we may be slower to fully “reopen” than some other organizations. After 3 [...]
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OneTable Live | Pati Jinich Talks (and Cooks!) Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Last Thursday, Pati Jinich, host of the two-time James Beard Award-winning and three-time Emmy nominated PBS television series “Pati’s Mexican Table,” joined us virtually for a conversation and cooking demo with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable [...]
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OneTable Live | Mike Solomonov Talks (and Cooks!) Shabbat with Jake Cohen

Last Thursday, five-time James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov joined us virtually for a conversation and cooking demo with Jewish Food Influencer & OneTable Board Member/Superhost Jake Cohen. They had a little something to say [...]
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OneTable Live | Diaspora Dinners

Leftover Matzah? Just always want matzo brei and macaroons no matter what time of year it is? Literally same. We got together with Diaspora Dinners (@diasporadinners) to make Passover friendly eats that are delicious regardless [...]
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#SupportLocal Shabbat: Denver Edition

Denver, while we know that this time can feel difficult and isolating, our hope is that through the magic of Shabbat, you can still end your week with gratitude, grounding, and a deep exhale. Many [...]
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Feeling…board? Try a Virtual Game Night Shabbat

One of the best things about Friday night is gathering with friends and bonding over a shared activity — be that wine tasting, movie night, or board games. In the time of social distancing, that [...]
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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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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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