Holidays

  • The Hanukkah Essentials Buying Guide

    The Hanukkah Essentials Buying Guide

    Each year on the 25th of Kislev, something wonderful happens! Jews around the world begin celebrating the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, by lighting Menorahs in their windows and ...

  • The Shofar Buying Guide That Will Blow You Away

    The Shofar Buying Guide That Will Blow You Away

    What Is A Shofar? A Shofar is a very special religious instrument with a rich and fascinating history that goes back to the times of the Bible. Made from the hollowed horn of an animal from the Bovid...

  • How to Make New Year's 2019 Sweeter with Rosh Hashanah Gifts

    How to Make New Year's 2019 Sweeter with Rosh Hashanah Gifts

    With one of the biggest holidays in the Jewish calendar just around the corner, you're probably thinking that now’s the time to make your pre-Rosh Hashanah checklist. You're obviously going to need ...

  • Kiddush Buying Guide

    Kiddush Buying Guide

    Before meals on Shabbat and holidays, Kiddush is said over wine and in an elegant goblet. Kiddush is a way to sanctify the holy day, as the word literally means "sanctification", but it is also a wa...

  • Shabbat Buying Guide

    Shabbat Buying Guide

    Shabbat has a number of traditions that we partake in every week. We start Shabbat off by lighting the Shabbat candles and before we eat Friday night dinner and Shabbat lunch, we make Kiddush over wi...

  • Safed Candles Buying Guide

    Safed Candles Buying Guide

    In the rolling hills of the Galilee, lies the spiritual mountain top city of Tzfat or Safed, the birthplace of Kabbalah and home to many religious artists. One of the artisanal shops in the Artist Q...

  • Matzah Essentials Buying Guide

    Matzah Essentials Buying Guide

    Over the spring holiday of Pesach, or Passover, we replace all the bread we eat with crunchy matzah. Matzah is unleavened bread that takes 18 minutes to make from start to finish, and it is incredibl...

  • Haggadah Buying Guide

    Haggadah Buying Guide

    A Haggadah is the book used at the Passover Seder to tell the story of Exodus, and without it, we wouldn't be able to have the Seder! The Haggadah not only includes the text, but it includes the diffe...

  • Barbara Shaw for Passover Buying Guide

    Barbara Shaw for Passover Buying Guide

    Passover is a time of renewal as nature begins to blossom and we celebrate the freedom of the Jewish people after the Exodus. Barbara Shaw for Passover is one of the best ways to celebrate this happ...

  • Israel Independence Day 2019 Buying Guide

    Israel Independence Day 2019 Buying Guide

    On May 9, 2019, Israel will be celebrating 71 years of independence and everyone is excited already! Yom Haatzmaut, or Israeli Independence Day is celebrated on the Hebrew date of the 5th of Iyar, and...

  • Matzah Trays Buying Guide

    Matzah Trays Buying Guide

    If you don't already have a matzah tray, there is still time to get one before Passover! This tray is an essential piece of Passover tableware that you never knew you needed, but is so incredibly usef...

  • Passover 2019 Buying Guide

    Passover 2019 Buying Guide

    April 19, 2019 is the first night of Passover, where families and friends will gather together to participate in the Seder, reading the Haggadah, and partaking in different traditions. Passover is a...

  • Purim 2019 Buying Guide

    Purim 2019 Buying Guide

    The Jewish holiday of Purim is one of the most joyous out there. Some call it a "Jewish Halloween" as everyone gets dressed up but thats only a small part of the holiday. Purim, like most Jewish holid...

  • Dreidel Buying Guide

    Dreidel Buying Guide

    A dreidel, sivivon or a Jewish spinning top, are a main part of Chanukah celebrations aside from the brightly lit hannukah menorah, scrumptious latkes and delicious sufganiot (jelly donuts). The story...

  • Etrog Box Buying Guide

    Etrog Box Buying Guide

    Etrog boxes are an underrated Sukkot item. Not only do we have to prepare food and a sukkah- hut- for one of the longest Jewish holidays, but we have to go and buy a lulav and etrog, a bouquet-like ar...

  • Sukkot Buying Guide

    Sukkot Buying Guide

    Sukkot, also know as the Feast of the Tabernacle, is one of the longest Jewish holidays, lasting for an entire week.  In Temple times, it was considered one of the Pilgrimage Festivals, where the en...

  • Israeli Honey Guide

    Israeli Honey Guide

    Israeli honey is legendary. When Moses spoke to God through the burning bush, he was told to bring the Jews to Israel, "good and spacious land, a land flowing with milk and honey...". Some say that ho...

  • Rosh Hashanah Machzor Buying Guide

    When one thinks of Rosh Hashanah, they might think of the iconic actions like dipping apples into sweet honey, or the sound of a shofar blast.  One might also think of all the prayer that happens o...

  • Honey Dish Buying Guide

    Honey Dish Buying Guide

    With Rosh Hashanah just around the corner, you're making sure you are prepared and making sure you have everything you need- Shofar? Check. Apples? Check. Honey? Check. Honey dish? In need! We're he...

  • Israel Independence Day Buying Guide

    Israel Independence Day Buying Guide

    Israel’s Independence Day is an exciting national holiday. It is a day full of celebration and fun for people who love Israel all across the globe! If you’re looking for a way to make your Yom Ha...

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