Monday, December 5, 2016 Kislev 5, 5777

By:
Rabbi Seth Goren
As Perry Como crooned so beautifully, there’s no place like home for the holidays. He might not have had Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in mind, but the sentiment still resonates as we head into the High Holiday season.
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By:
Marissa Stern | JE Staff
There are plenty of alternatives for places to go to get the family together to celebrate the New Year.
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By:
Jon Marks | JE Staff
The Gluten Free Jewish Momma bakes a special Rosh Hashanah challah and Jewish kugel for her daughter and husband and makes sure everything on the table is properly labeled.
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By:
Keri White | JE Food Columnist
Honey forms a cornerstone on most Rosh Hashanah menus, symbolizing the hope for a sweet year ahead.
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By:
Lori Samlin Miller | JE Feature
The Torah is specific when it describes what a Jew should do about his first fruits, his first harvest and his first-born male children. But what about a first-born donkey?
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