Shabbat Alone Together

 

Zines with Miami Field Manager, Naomi Davis

I am constantly wrestling with the tenderness of merging artistic exploration with pursuits of justice. Artistic process and discovery can feel so abstract and conceptual, while effective activism often leans toward being direct and literal. [...]
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Setting the Table with Gratitude

This blog post was written in the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic by Lianne, M.A. LCAT, ATR-BC, and former employee of OneTable. We've condensed the article for your enjoyment during this season!  Shabbat doesn’t [...]
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Passover: Reimagining Your Family Seder

The Passover Seder belongs to you. Yes, there are traditions — symbols, foods, words, songs. But real magic and meaning are found not in the past, but in what you make of it: when you [...]
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20 Crowd-Pleasing Passover Boxes and Bundles (Especially for First-Time Hosts!)

Passover, the easy way! Ask most people, and chances are “laboring away on food prep” isn’t the way they envision celebrating the holiday of Freedom. But many people end up doing exactly that, spending long [...]
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Keeping It Cozy: Nourishment Inspo for a Socially Distanced Winter Shabbat

With colder weather comes new opportunities for creativity around the Shabbat dinner table — or Shabbat blanket, Shabbat fire pit, or Shabbat space heater. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite things you can purchase [...]
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Union: A Roundtable Shabbat with Jordan Blashek, Christopher Haugh & Sarah Hurwitz

Last Friday, on the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 tragedy, OneTable was honored to host and facilitate a virtual Shabbat gathering with community. Union | A Roundtable Shabbat brought together co-authors of Union: A [...]
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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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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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Setting the Table with Gratitude

This blog post was written in the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. However, it remains relevant and for that reason, we've chosen to keep it in its original form. The past few [...]
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