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.
Keep your family hydrated and entertained with these adorable, creative, fun and easy to create watermelon ideas.
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.
As Acai bowls are super popular these days-treat your family and friends to an acai bowl on the go.
Acai (pronounced “ah-sigh-EE”) is popularly known as a “super” fruit because of nutritional value packed into this little purple berry.
An acai bowl is basically a really thick smoothie that's been topped with nuts, seeds, fruit, coconut, chocolate…
Any combination of berries can be used to make an Acai (or mock Acai bowl).
This Tu B’Shvat bring the Shuk to you! Fill these adorable mini burlap bags with a variety of the fantastic fruits/ nuts available and give your family a “taste” of the Macheneh Yehudah experience.
Have a blast creating these adorable fruit characters.
Full of personality and fun, they are a great Tu B’shvat activity for the younger (and older) members of the family.
This rice crispy treat-surely cannot be beat!
Using the classic rice crispy recipe as your base, decorate with a variety of sweets and treats.
The perfect family delight for any Chanukah night.