For young and old, Chanukah parties are the highlight of the season. If you're lucky enough to have the opportunity to host, you know that it can be daunting to crey of bars means that each person can have things just the way they like them! An excellent way to assure that your party is the best one, bar none!
There are some parties that are prepared out of habit, sometimes even out of duty. Jobs are divvied, menus created, the party comes and the party goes. Then there are the simchahs we create to commemorate a milestone, perhaps the birthday of a family matriarch, who has shaped us in so many ways, from how we’ve raised our children to how we stuff our cabbage and host our guests.
This party is about so much more than about grosgrain versus satin, live music versus stereo, or fleishigs versus milchigs. It’s about the celebration of a mother’s full life, and the attention we pay to planning it is just a representation of that appreciation.
National Donut Day is celebrated on June 1st. Of all our national holidays, this one is probably the most exciting! In honor of National Donut Day I want to share with you some eye catching ways to decorate your donuts. It's easy to complement your color scheme or party theme, just follow these simple steps outlined below.
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Shavuot is a special time for adults and children alike. If you’re like me, when I think of Shavuot I automatically associate this holiday with two things; cheesecake and flowers! Cheesecake aside, flowers are a wonderful way to bring the spirit of the holiday into your home. These candy flower planters are easy and lots of fun to make. They will look stunning as a decorative addition to your Yom Tov sweet table and they will be enjoyed by both adults and children alike.So, after the cupcakes have been eaten and the lollypops licked, the fond memories of the flowers (and the cheesecake) will linger year after year.