Mar 5 2012
Awesome Purim Crafts
Purim is one of those Jewish holidays that lends itself so easily to crafting. From making mishloach manot (goody bags) to groggers (noisemakers) to costumes, there’s just so much to do. We’ve collected some of our favorite crafts for you … Continue reading
Feb 21 2012
In case you’d forgotten, we’re still in the midst of our cookie contest.
Feb 17 2012
Friday Night Dinner: Moroccan Inspiration
Kveller was recently introduced to personal chef Rebecca Bazini, who’s a French ex-pat cooking her way through New York City. She volunteered to share a couple of recipes with us that she promises aren’t too hard, and are a delicious … Continue reading
Feb 15 2012
Last week, the Kveller office was graced with a pretty incredible package of cookies. They were so good that we ate them all. In a week. Yes, yes, we did.
Feb 10 2012
Friday Night: All About Six Words
I recently was told about this really cool project, the six-word memoir. Now, many of you have probably already heard of it–sometimes I can be behind the times–but if not, it’s pretty self-explanatory. How to write a six-word memoir? Sum … Continue reading
Feb 8 2012
Fun Stuff to Do on Tu Bishvat
So you’re looking for a way to celebrate Tu Bishvat with your kids? Don’t feel like just drawing a tree on paper and sticking it up on the wall? Well, you’re in luck. We’ve done some research and found some … Continue reading
Feb 3 2012
Friday Night: Tu Bishvat Recipe Roundup
Well, it’s that time of year again: the birthday of the trees. My 2.5-year-old loves celebrating birthdays, so I think we’ll have to do something special for all those trees. As usual, I look to the internet for my inspiration–and … Continue reading
Feb 1 2012
Our Israeli Friends in Brooklyn
Last year I wrote a post about Israelis in Brooklyn, this amazing organization started by a local Israeli momma who wanted her kids to have a greater connection to their Israeli roots. She banded together with friends, neighbors, and community … Continue reading
Jan 31 2012
Baruch Dayan HaEmet
Ayelet did have a transplant, at the end of August, but after months of hospitalization, this morning it proved to not be enough to save her life.
Jan 30 2012
Now that my daughter is 2.5-years-old, our lives have changed a bit.