Food

Daniel Kohn
December 1, 2014

Shabbat on the Spot

In the season of thanks and holiday cheer, it’s all too easy to take the blessings of family for granted. For single-parent families in particular, even the simplest joy of sharing a traditional Shabbat dinner can present a challenge.

October 1, 2014

Leap of Faith

What does it mean to keep kosher? Beyond chicken soup for the soul, is there a more Jewish way to eat?

Jewish Detroit Bakes
July 1, 2014

Jewish Detroit Cooks! (Bakes & Caters,Too)

If ever you’ve been to a Bar Mitzvah, a wedding, a Federation community event of any size, you’ve seen their work.

Yad Ezra
July 1, 2014

Yad Ezra

Yad Ezra. The words are Hebrew and mean, “helping hand.” You might add, “loving kindness.”

June 1, 2014

What’s Newish in Detroit?

If bike lanes, food trucks, pop-up retailers, hipster coffee houses and designer watches made in Detroit are an indication of the vitality of people living, working and moving back to the city, then take heart.

April 1, 2014

How Is This Night Different?

Beyond the Four Questions and Chad Gadya, every family brings to the table something special and uniquely theirs for Passover.

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