Although you need three flavors of mousses and three types of bark for this petite presentation, don’t let it scare you, as very little mousse goes into each dish. With lots of yom tov meals coming up, you'll find these minis convenient and easy to store in your freezer. The rectangle plate is available in a smaller size as well, which fits two bowls instead of three.
To be honest, my kitchen is closer to my sukkah than to my dining room, so I do not have to think twice about using China on Sukkos, but my children love hearing how their grandparents managed in an apartment building during Sukkos! They would pass all the dishes and food up and down with a pulley system to the alley of the building below.
Whether you live high up in an apartment building or you're hosting lots of guests over yom tov, we thought it would be a great time to feature interesting ways to make use of the plethora of plasticware available.
Mix and match your favorite toppings to create this personal salad bar.
Lately I’ve been seeing embroidery hoops galore, popping up just about everywhere as colorful and inspired decor. From mobiles to wreaths to colorful ceiling decor, the ideas are seemingly countless and most of them are inexpensive and easy to make. With Sukkot just around the corner, though we’re limited in time, we all want to add something special to decorate our Sukkah. With embroidery hoops, you can easily transform something so basic and simple into works of art that are sure to adorn your Sukkah.
Here is a cute new twist for Simchat Torah bags. Simply tape a Laffy Taffy rope to a snack bag.With little effort and low cost, you can sit back and enjoy those cute faces wave their candy as they dance around the Torah.
I couldn't resist posting these adorable etrog box party favors that I made for my friend's sons Bar Mitzva which will take place this Shabbat. I have always enjoyed handing out green sour sticks and lemon candies (which resemble the lulav and etrog) to my little "Succah hoppers".