At home, Shabbat is something we regulate for ourselves. Here, the government regulates it for us.
There was always going to be more time, I thought. Until I turned 60.
From the vintage jazz recordings to the timeless furnishings, everything suggests something deliciously surreptitious, a speakeasy or a private club.
Chef Yoram Nitzan made his name as a seafood master. Now, he’s moved on to kosher.
The Shabbat blessing for daughters praises the Matriarchs, but the choices they made feature plenty we find morally repugnant today.
It was like quitting smoking, at first.