Fall Recipe: Apple Crumble Pie

Oct 29, 2017  |  By Shira Goldstein
apple crumble pie

Nothing says “fall” quite as clearly as delicious baked apple desserts, and this amazing dish lets you enjoy the best of both worlds: meet the apple crumble pie. A delicious, sweet-and-tart apple pie is baked in a crisp, flaky shortcrust case. A decadent, buttery topping is generously sprinkled over the top, creating a sensational hybrid you’ll want to serve up time after time! Makes one 28cm pie For the pie: […]

 

This Week’s Torah Portion: Lech Lecha

Oct 25, 2017  |  By Shira Goldstein

Name: Lech Lecha Reading: Genesis 12:1 – 17:27 Haftara: Isiah 40:27- 41:16 Parsha Summary – Lech Lecha God tells Abraham to leave Haran God appears to a 75-year-old Abram and tells him to leave his home for a land that He will show him, and promises to make him a big, protected nation. Abram leaves Haran with his wife, Sarai, his nephew, Lot, and their household and possessions. They pass […]

Category  : Parsha of the Week   | Tags : , , ,
 

The Shabbat Project – Keeping it Together

Oct 22, 2017  |  By Shira Goldstein
Shabbat Project 2017

This weekend (27-18 October) is the fourth year of the Shabbat Project. This is a yearly global event with a single mission: bring every Jew around the world together to keep Shabbat for one very special weekend. Dreamed up by South African Chief Rabbi Dr. Warren Goldstein in 2013, the original Shabbos Project was an instant success as Jews across the globe clamored to bring the project to their communities. […]

Category  : Parsha of the Week   | Tags :