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Shabbat 1500 Event Breaks National Record

Shabbat 1500 Event Breaks National Record

For the first time in history, more than 1,500 people attended the Shabbat 1500 event on Friday night at Binghampton University. Chabad’s annual event was co-sponsored the Student Association, Hillel-JSU, the Elaine Heumann Memorial Foundation and a few social and professional fraternities. Students were encouraged to bring their friends to the 6 p.m. dinner at [...]

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Tips in Planning Your Shabbat Menu

Shabbat or Sabbath is one of the most popular Jewish observances. Shabbat is observed a few minutes before sunset every Friday until a few minutes after the first three stars appear in the sky on Saturday night. This Jewish observance is considered a festive day and a festive meal are traditionally eaten. Here are some [...]

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A Taste of Tradition

The How and Why of Jewish Cookingby Ruth SirkisIllustrated by: Rafael Sirkis By offering many full menus, A Taste of Tradition makes holiday meal-planning easy and fun. They cover the range from luscious canaps and hors d’oeuvres to mouth-watering desserts, with exciting and manageable dinner dishes in between. Try a dinner in the Succah, or [...]

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A Taste of Tradition

The How and Why of Jewish Cookingby Ruth SirkisIllustrated by: Rafael Sirkis By offering many full menus, A Taste of Tradition makes holiday meal-planning easy and fun. They cover the range from luscious canaps and hors d’oeuvres to mouth-watering desserts, with exciting and manageable dinner dishes in between. Try a dinner in the Succah, or [...]

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