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Sourdough Pumpkin Zucchini Muffins

Looking for ways to use up all that excess zucchini? These sourdough pumpkin zucchini muffins are the answer! SUMMER OR FALL RECIPE? Gardens during the summer are overflowing with zucchini, and pumpkin is just the epitome of fall…so is this recipe a summer or fall recipe? Both! In the summertime, this recipe would be the…

Homemade Matzah

Eight days with no bread?? This homemade matzah recipe is so delicious, you may not even miss it! (Maybe…) What is matzah? “For seven days you are to eat matzah-on the first day remove the leaven from your houses. For whoever eats hamatz (leavened bread) from the first to the seventh days is to be…

Charoset w/ Orange Zest

Spice up your charoset recipe this Passover with some orange zest! What is charoset? Charoset is an element of the passover seder plate. it is traditionally made with apples, nuts, honey, and either wine or grape juice. What does charoset represent? Charoset represents the bricks the israelites made when they were slaves in egypt. it…

Sourdough Hamantaschen

This Purim take your hamantaschen to a whole new level with this sourdough hamantaschen recipe! Every Biblical Feast has evolved into having certain foods that have become traditional to eat during that time, and for Purim it’s hamantaschen! Hamantaschen are essentially sugar cookies with filling in the middle, that is then folded into a triangular…

Shavuot Cheesecake Challah

Take your Shavuot gathering to a whole new level with this cheesecake stuffed challah! Easy to make and so delicious to eat! If you didn’t already love celebrating the Biblical feasts, I think I could definitely persuade you to after you experience the FOOD. For some of the feasts, there isn’t a specific food G-d…

Shavuot Spicy Date Honey Pizza

This pizza is sure to please any Shavuot gathering you attend this year! It’s spicy, it’s sweet from the date honey, and can be customized with any of your favorite toppings. Yum! Shavuot is definitely not the holiday to go dairy-free on! Traditionally it’s a time to eat cheesecake, cheese platters, and all the dairy…

What is Shavuot?

Shavuot, meaning “weeks”, is a Biblical festival celebrated in Spring/early Summer to offer first-fruits to G-d.  What is shavuot?  In the Old Testament, G-d gives us feasts and celebrations as a way to remember the things that He has done and to point to things that are coming. One of those feasts is Shavuot.  After…

Passover Unit Studies

Help your child be more engaged this Passover with my Passover unit studies! Available for preschool all the way up to high school ages!   The Purpose Passover is such a beautiful, rich, in-depth feast. There’s so much to it, and sometimes it can be hard to communicate all of that to our children. So,…


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