We would sell our souls to have been at the Babs & Billy Thanksgiving.
Remember: The Thanksgiving table isn’t the Internet.
This Thanksgiving, try some pumpkin cranberry challah with that turkey.
For some ultra-Orthodox Jews, Thanksgiving means a pre-Shabbat feast with family and friends. For others, celebrating Thanksgiving is forbidden. Why?
Whiskey rocks for your kiddush club member friends — and bagel guillotines for your cream-cheese-and-lox aficionados.
On Thursday, President Trump delivered his Thanksgiving message from Mar-a-Lago, where the first family spent their holiday.
The commandment could not be clearer: “Thou shalt love the stranger.” And why must we love the stranger? Because “you were once strangers.”
Thanksgiving has always been a holiday Jews are very comfortable with. And that may because we are literally “the People of Thanksgiving.”
American Jews have been writing Thanksgiving prayers and sermons since the 1780s.
Hosting tons of guests for Thanksgiving weekend? We’ve got you covered for brunch.