Little “babkalach” available at The Babka Lady
Freedom babka from the Babka Lady
Clean Slate for Hashem: Frimet Goldberger wears the hand-embroidered cotton apron she received from her mother-in-law while lighting Sabbath candles.
Book of Life: The author composed a Yiddish poem praising her mother’s domestic skills in seventh grade around Rosh Hashanah time. ‘The week goes by/ The year flies by/ She doesn’t miss a day/ Of putting in effort and hard work.’
Frimet Goldberger poses with her children at a pumpkin patch.
Then and Now: Frimet Goldberger used to wear and wig and a hat over her shaved head (left). Today she grows her hair long.