Granola Baked Apples for Rosh Hashanah Breakfast

During the High Holidays, when apples are at their seasonal and symbolic peaks, baked apples are the perfect make-ahead morning meal.

Remembering Oliver Sacks, 'Old Jewish Atheist' With a Great Brain and Even Greater Heart

Among the slew of doctor-writers published in recent decades, Oliver Sacks decisively left us some of the most vivid case histories and self-diagnoses, for which readers must be forever grateful.


Making Your Own Kosher Dills

With fresh local cucumbers in season and readily available, now is the best time to whip up your own.

Clarice Lispector's Stories Aren't Much Fun, But They'll Sear Your Mind

Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector has been dubbed the most important Jewish writer since Kafka. It’s said she wrote like Virginia Woolf — and looked like Marlene Dietrich.

How We Lost Leah

Why in our collective imaginations of the biblical matriarchs and patriarchs is Leah so often ignored?

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