How to make a cider-y, crispy fried apple turnover
As Sukkot ends I have one dose of Jewish herbal medicine for you: Save Your Etrog.
When my wife first came home with an etrog, I was enchanted and aghast. This was before we were married, when we were just beginning to celebrate the cycle of Jewish holidays together. I knew that to observe the holiday of Sukkot, Jews traditionally constructed makeshifts huts, and performed a ritual waving tree fronds while holding a citron, the knobby cousin of lemons which in Hebrew is called etrog.
In the real world, there is no happy side to being unhoused.
Figuratively “remaining in that sukkah” for just a bit longer than is comfortable can help us achieve great change.
I always think of sweet peppers on Sukkot, because stuffed foods are often eaten on the holiday to symbolize a bountiful harvest.
During his 2006 run for attorney general, Cuomo reportedly mocked Jews and ‘their f***ing tree houses.’
At night, many restaurants seem like they’re hosting an especially fashionable celebration of the Feast of the Tabernacles.
Thanks to Avi Berkowitz, Sukkot was was saved for tens of thousands of New York area Jews.
Chefs share recipes for Sukkot, the outdoor holiday we need right now