Planning Your Passover Menu (Part 2)

One of the most traditional dishes to serve during Passover is Tzimmes. This vegetable dish is comprised of carrots, sweet potatoes and dried plums. I make mine a bit differently than most people. Most tzimmes photos I see have the cut up vegetables not mashed. I boil the carrots and sweet potatoes until soft. Then,

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Planning Your Passover Menu Part 1

A couple of weeks before Passover, I like to sit down and plan the menu for the Passover seder. One good tip is to cook something the day before the cooking for the seder so that you and your family will have something to eat on that day and you won’t have to stop your

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Shabbat Shalom!

This week we have a double parasha reading.  They are Vayakhel (Exodus 35:1-38:20) and Pekudei (Exodus 38:21-40:38).  Here is a brief commentary from Baruch. In this week’s Torah portion, one learns about the construction of the Tabernacle. Although everyone was invited to participate in some way in the construction of the Tabernacle, one reads in

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A Testimony

Watch this powerful testimony which was recently shared with our Australasia Team Leader Christian Barrionuevo.

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