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Passover Games

3 weeks ago swinawer 0
Since Pesach is around the corner, here are some games to spice up the holiday prep. Play these with your family and friends at the seder table: 1. Ten Plagues Headbands: To play this game, everyone has to put a card that will have a photo of a plague on it on their forehead, using Read More

Passover Pancakes

3 weeks ago ssalles 0
Passover Pancakes   This recipe has been all over the Internet! Not only is it easy, but it’s vegetarian as well. Ingredients 1 banana 2 eggs ½ cup chocolate chips, fruit, etc.(optional) oil Steps Mash a ripe banana with a fork or masher until puréed. Crack your eggs. Remember! Crack them into a separate cup Read More

My CTeen Family

2 months ago Leighest 0
By Julia Gozman, Bucks County, PA 2000 teens. One weekend. One experience. To laugh, to cry, to love. To be a part of one family. That is what it really means to be part of Cteen. One big Jewish family, taking over New York City for a weekend. Staying in touch with friends from afar, Read More

8 Reasons Chanukah is the BEST Jewish Holiday

4 months ago swinawer 0
8 Reasons Chanukah is the BEST Jewish Holiday 1.The Garb: Nowadays, Chanukah apparel has become a huge trend. You can find sweaters containing light up menorahs, cute puns, and even the classic ugly Chanukah sweater! 2.The Food: If you like fried food, then this holiday is just right for you! From delicious jelly donuts, to Read More

7 Ways Pokemon Go is the Ultimate Jewish Game

9 months ago swinawer 1
Never give up: We Jews are well known for having chutzpah, and for going that extra mile to achieve our goals. The Pokemon phenomenon really puts our global chutzpah to the test….have you seen how far people will go to catch Pokemon? Imagine if they’d channel that energy for something else…wow! Facing and conquering our Read More

Dairy-Free, Raw Lemon Cheesecake

11 months ago Archive 1
  Graduation is a beautiful, pivotal moment when old chapters close and new ones open.  It is mascara-stained cheeks and nervous laughter.  It is the goodbye to former teachers and hello to future professors.  It is the photo of me and my best friend wearing our white caps and gowns.  It will hang on my Read More

Traditional Charoset with a Twist

1 year ago Archive 0
By: Danielle Collins   It’s time to stock up on matzah and break out the Seder plate because Passover is here! Growing up, my favorite part of the Passover meal was always my grandma’s apple-walnut charoset.  I would gorge myself on matzo-charoset sandwiches, leaving no room for her famous roasted chicken or noodle kugel.  This Read More
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