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Mimouna: A Celebration of Friendship, Hospitality, and Coexistence

As Jews around the world prepare to celebrate Passover, there is one Jewish holiday that is unique to North African and Sephardic communities: Mimouna. Mimouna is a celebration that marks the end of Passover and [...]
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Hosting a Planet-Friendly Vegan Shabbat: It All Ties Together

Lisa Apfelberg, from Jewish Veg, shares ideas in this guest blog post about cooking for and hosting a planet-friendly vegan Shabbat. I see the tie between a plant-based dinner and Shabbat so clearly. When I [...]
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Accessibility + Mindfulness at Your Shabbat Table

by Naomis Davis and Lilli Stordeur Hi everyone! Lilli (she/her) and Naomi (they/them) here. We’re your New York and Miami Field Managers, respectively! Lilli, New York Field Manager (above) and Naomi, Miami Field Manager (below) [...]
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Accessibility and Your Event

So you're hosting a Shabbat! Yay! Welcoming friends and new guests into your home is truly an incredible experience. There's definitely a hosting high after everyone has left that can carry you straight through the [...]
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Celebrating Black History Month at the Shabbat Table

The Shabbat table is a beautiful place to celebrate the rich diversity, heritages + histories of the people who make up our community as we come together to share food, ritual and conversation. Shabbat gives [...]
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Affinity Shabbat Gathering Guidebook

So you want to host an Affinity Group Shabbat? Check out our new Affinity Shabbat workbook to support and guide your dinner! Questions about this resource? See below or reach out to Maya Katz-Ali, OneTable’s [...]
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Gratitude After the Meal: Mindful Eating Practices

Create a sense of gratitude at your Shabbat dinner table with Birkat Ha’mazon. By: Dr. C Tova Markenson After the Meal Blessings: Mindful Eating Practices If you bring to mind the best meal that you’ve had [...]
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Shabbat Shuvah: The Potential for Transformation

Dr. C. Tova Markenson loves exploring the mystery of the present moment through story, ritual, and Shabbat! Read Tova’s thoughts about Shabbat Shuvah, a special Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. A refrain of [...]
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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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Going Full Circle: Challah Rituals

Dr. C. Tova Markenson loves exploring the mystery of the present moment through story, ritual, and Shabbat! Read a reflection about Tova’s experiences with challah on Shabbat with some special twists for the new year [...]
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