The basic mitzvah of Passover is to eat the Bread of Affliction, so let’s lean into the ancestral trauma and make our own matzo.
With a side of festive demons!
Celebrate the New Year with Soviet mayonnaise.
Let’s end Yom Kippur with delicious, non-dairy milk made from melons!
Taste a whole celebration of fall and a new year in every bite of my favorite challah!
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It’s cheesecake holiday time, let’s make some cheesecake.
This vegetarian, kitniyot-free vegetarian chopped liver feels really homey and comfortable and hearty and celebratory. Chag Pesach sameach!
Purim is a party, so let’s make a big batch of rainbow hamantaschen to celebrate!
Happy Hanukkah! Celebrate the holiday, which starts tonight at sundown, with a recipe for delicious vegan sufganiyot.
Last week’s Shabbat was a tragedy. Let us make this week’s Shabbat a space for mourning, for healing, for connecting, for resisting, and for peace. Shabbat Shalom.
Apples! Honey! Vision boards! Fasting! Resolutions! Let’s talk about how we celebrate the Jewish High Holidays.
In a couple of weeks I’m hosting my very first queer Seder. Let’s talk about how we celebrate Passover!
“It reminds me of traditions I enjoyed as a child with my family, and it reminds me that I like my religion, and it reminds me that history is very long and humans are very resilient.”
Some very cool ladies to remember in all that we do
“It’s like biting into a decorative soap. Whoever decided this was an acceptable form of dessert was a sadist of the highest order. If anyone ever offers you one of these items, escape immediately; this person is trying to kill you.”