Meet the Artist: Andrea Strongwater

Photo: Courtesy of Andrea Strongwater Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I was born in New York City – Manhattan – but we lived in New Rochelle, NY on Long Island Sound. You could see the marina from my bedroom window. The building was a lovely, charming 1930’s apartment building with […]

Meet the Author: Tobi Rubinstein

Photo: Courtesy of Tobi Rubinstein Please tell us a little bit about your background. I was raised orthodox and attended Bais Yaakov of Queens Girls Yeshiva. My love of fashion at an early age led to me to prestigious career within that industry in top level positions for 40 plus years. The combination of faith and […]

Book Review: The Wagamama Bride by Liane Grunberg Wakabayashi

Photo: Courtesy of Liane Grunberg Wakabayashi Liane Grunberg Wakabayashi is a tremendously talented author and excellent storyteller. As a reader, you will enjoy discovering Japan and Japanese culture through her eyes. She is a master of observation who catches these very moments wonderfully on paper. You will not be able to put this captivating memoir […]

12 Jewish Cookbooks to Add to Your Bookshelf

Cookbooks are much more than a decorative element of your kitchen. You can learn so much from reading them! While you will learn everything there is to know about traditional cooking methods, changes that have been made over the centuries, and how to create a menu that harmonises fit for a dinner party, you will […]

*Book Review*: My Mushy Matzah Ball by Arianna Brooks

Photos: Courtesy of Arianna Brooks If you are a (new) Jewish parent who loves to connect with family through delicious food this picture book is perfect for you to read to your little ones! Written by Arianna Brooks for babies and toddlers from the ages of 0 – 3, the beautiful illustrations and charming characters […]

Meet the Children’s Book Author: Arianna Brooks

Photo: Courtesy of Arianna Brooks Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I hold a Master’s degree in Elementary Education and a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism Management. Both experiences have informed my life and writing.  As a debut children’s author and former third grade teacher, I’m mindful of the impact of […]

5 Shabbat Cookie Cutters You Have to Add to your Basket Immediately!

We have yet to meet someone who does not enjoy the smell of freshly baked cookies filling their homes! There is no lovely smell than the one of freshly baked goods. Especially on a Friday. Today, we want to introduce you to five of our favourite Shabbat themed cookie cutters we know you will enjoy […]

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