On Valentine’s Day, one is absolutely the loneliest number. My grandmother always said: ‘There’s a cover for every pot.’ But what if you can’t find your cover?
Due to my husband’s long work hours, dinner at our house is often ladies night, adapted for the Mommy-and-Me set. Like any top chef, I start Lila’s meal with an amuse bouche. That is, I let Lila chomp on some Cheerios, while I design that night’s dinner menu. Sometimes Lila and I just chat over dinner — her comments made largely in Lilese — but on most nights, we have musical accompaniment.
Federal tax breaks for families that save for private or Jewish day schools are in danger of being slashed. They should be expanded, writes Melissa Langsam Braunstein.