SIGNS OF THE TIMES
A table set for Yom Tov is naturally special.
Adding some small touches that identify the day sets the tone and suggests the spirit.
Incorporating our hope for wonderful new year is one way we convey our warm wishes to our families and guests.
Summer is the most magical time of year for children.
School is out!
Long, lazy days filled with friends, pools, and adventurous fun. Yet, as it always is in life, all seasons must come to an end to make way for the next.
If we can make the transition from summer to the new school year exciting and worthy of celebration, we can send our children off on the right foot.
The possibilities of creativity are endless, but here are some ideas to help.
Combine the two items that take center stage on your Rosh Hashana table.
Keep your family hydrated and entertained with these adorable, creative, fun and easy to create watermelon ideas.
This plate is a lot easier to create than it looks, especially if you use bakery brownies, like I did!
Here is an easy, refreshing summer dessert idea to enhance your next summer party. I tried to keep it simple, so you can spend more time in the sun and less time in the kitchen.
Simple, delicious, light and refreshing, the chopped fruit and sorbet combination will be a big hit on any hot summer day!
These cookies are so much fun to create.
With minimal work and supplies, your children will really enjoy designing their own original flower designs. If you'd prefer not to bake cookies,use graham crackers instead.
This bed of roses is no garden variety. With a few vibrant colors veggies, you can make any quiche into a Shavuos worthy centerpiece!
I can hardly recall a Shvuos without a Har Sinai cake.
Up until today, my mother brings a Har Sinai Cake along with her when she comes for Shvuos to be enjoyed by the grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Here is a new and fun twist to create a Har Sinai cake.