Food

Hazon
November 30, 2015

Why Hazon, Why Now?

As all nonprofits grow by the grace and trust of many, Hazon – a uniquely Jewish eco-conscious community – is starting to take root in Detroit.

The Great Challah Bake
October 30, 2015

Keeping It Together

From Johannesburg, where it all began, to Dublin, Paris, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, San Francisco, and everywhere in between, Detroit was one of hundreds of communities from countries all over the world to host a Great Big Challah Bake as part of The Shabbos Project.

Kosher to Go
March 1, 2015

Kosher to Go from Jewish Senior Life

Got a party or meeting to cater? An occasion for a cookie tray? Or just a yen for a delicious meal as close as it gets to home cooking – without cooking at home?

Imerman Cakes
February 1, 2015

Imerman Cake Company

This is a story about hope, courage, inspiration, patience and cake batter. A lot of cake batter.

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?

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