Tu B’Shvat Traditions

Also known as Chag La’Ilanot (Festival for Trees), Tu B’Shvat is a holiday like no other! While most Jewish holidays are accompanied by restrictive laws or stories of the Jewish people’s almost-destruction, Tu B’Shvat exists simply to mark the passing of time. The Talmud states that there are four ‘New Years’ within the Jewish year: […]

Tu B’Shvat with a Twist!

When I’m not writing for Judaica WebStore, you’ll probably find me covered in flour or hovering over the stove, wooden spoon in hand. I’m obsessed with all things food, and few things make me as happy as dreaming up fantastic new food ideas and bringing them to life! In our home, celebrations are marked with […]

5 Reasons We’re Fighting BDS

The BDS (Boycott, Divest and Sanction) movement uses boycott as a form of civil resistance against what is calls the ‘Israeli occupation of the West Bank’. Its goal is to create a global boycott of Israeli produce until Israel acquiesces to their demands, which include surrendering land to Palestinian control and recognizing the ‘right of […]