My oldest son turned 7 a few weeks ago. As I wrote about here, it was a really special and simple day and it was really lovely.
His birthday party was last weekend since every child we know also has a birthday in October and their parents snatched up all of the Sundays before and after his actual birthday but I’m not bitter it’s fine whatEVER. We hosted a few kids my son sees most days of the week at our homeschooling activities; I’d say these are his “closest” friends and he wanted a small party with the kids he sees most. Read the rest of this entry →
My older son turned 7 last week. He’s the one who made me a mama, unless you count my hairless cat Esau who I consider my true first son, but you probably don’t.
I’m actually off of work from The Big Bang Theory this week and my hand, although still super compromised and fairly useless, is better than it has been in the 8 weeks since my accident.
We asked Miles what he wanted to do for his special day a few weeks ago. He told us he wanted to do our every week Wednesday activity which is go to PE class, French class, and open play day which our homeschool community holds at a park. I was surprised he wanted to do “regular” stuff on his birthday, but also thought it was sweet he wanted to see all of his friends and have a normal day. Read the rest of this entry →
Breaking news. It’s something many Kveller readers have asked for so I made it happen…
My next book will be a plant-based (vegan!) family cookbook. Yay! It’s meant for vegan and non-vegan alike! I intend to include all of the Jewish recipes I’ve veganized as well as all of our family’s standard beloved recipes.
Pediatrician and pediatric nutritionist Dr. Jay Gordon is writing the nutrition chapters with me. I have a food stylist, recipes to test, and so much fun ahead!
Sure, finding great food to eat during Passover when you’re also a vegan can be a little trying, but it’s not impossible. Here are my three favorite recipes that are kosher for Passover, vegan, and totally delicious. Bon appetit!
Let me just get this out of the way: vegans do not eat animal products or byproducts. That means no meat, chicken, fish, eggs, milk, cheese, or honey. Many vegans (I am one of these) do not wear leather or wool or any product derived from an animal’s body, even if the animal was not killed in the process of its production. Read the rest of this entry →
Mayim Bialik is the grandchild of immigrants from Eastern Europe and the mother of two young boys. She is best known for her lead role in the 1990s NBC sitcom Blossom, as well as her current role as Amy Farrah Fowler on CBS' The Big Bang Theory.